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OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF THE UNITED STATES PATENT 
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1089 


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Vol. 1089 Number 1 



OFHCIAL 
GAZETTE 

of the 
UNITED STATES PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TRADE^':ARKS 
Aprils, 1988 



U.S. 

DEPARTMENT 

|0F COMMERCE 

Patent 

and 

Trademark 

Office 




PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY AUTHORITY OF CONGRESS 



4, 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE of the 
UNITED STATES PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

April 5, 1988 Volume 1089 Number 1 



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CONTENTS 

Patent and Trademark OfBce Notices 

Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) Information 1089 

Notice of Maintenance Fees Payable 1089 

Notice of Expiration of Patents Due to Failure to Pay Maintenance 

Fees 1089 

Notice of Acceptance of Delayed Payment of Maintenance 

Fees 1089 

Reissue Applications Filed 1089 

Requests for Reexaminations Filed 1089 

Errata i089 

Adverse Decisions in Interference 1089 

Subscription Pricing Information 1089 

Request for Suggestions for New Search to be Added to the 

CASPIR Topic Index Lists 1089 

Amended Decision Re: Klein 1088 

Recommended Decision Re: Klein ^. . 1088 

Condition of Trademark Applications 1088 

Special Boxes for Mail 1088 

Reference Collections of U.S. Patents Available for Public Use in 
Patent Depository Libraries 1088 

Marks Published for Opposition 

Registrations Issued 

Principal Register 

Supplemental Register 

Registrations Renewed 

Registrations Canceled 

Registrations Published under Sec. 12(c) 

Index of Registrants 

Change of Address Form and Subscription Order Form 



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The following are mailed under direction of the Superintendent of Documents, Government 
Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 20402, to whom all subscriptions should be made payable and all 
communications addressed: 

THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE (PATENT SECTION), issued weekly. 

THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE (TRADEMARK SECTION), issued weekly. 

GENERAL INFORMATION concerning PATENTS. 

GENERAL INFORMATION concerning TRADEMARKS. 




COPIES OF PATENTS are furnished by the Patent and Trademark Office at $1.50 each; 
PLANT PATENTS in color, $6.00 each; copies of TRADEMARKS at $1.50 each. Address orders 
to the Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks, Washington, D.C., 20231. 



Printing authorized by Section 1 l(a)3 of Title 35, U.S. Code P.T.O. 



PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE NOTICES 



Patent CooperatJon Treaty (PCD loformatioii 

For information concerning the PCT member 
countries see the notice appearing in the Official Gazette 
at 1076 O.G. 3 on Mar. 3, 1987. 

For use of the European Patent OfTice as a Searching 
Authority for PCT applications filed in the United 
States Receiving OfHce, see the notice appearing in the 
Official Gazette at 1022 O.G. 52 on Sept. 28, 1982. 

For use of the European Patent Office as a Prelimi- 
nary Examining Authority for PCT applications filed in 
the United States Receiving Office, see the notice ap- 
pearing in the Official Gazette at 1080 O.G. 2 on July 7, 
1987. 

Certain domestic PCT fees for international applica- 
tions have been changed effective Oct. 5,. 1985 in the 
rule change notice titled "Revision of Patent Fees" 
published at 1057 O.G. 24 on Aug. 20, 1985. 

The Search fee of the "European Patent Office was 
changed due to a difference in the exchange rate of the 
U.S. dollar with regard to the German Mark as of Mar. 
15, 1988, and was announced in the Official Gazette at 
1087 O.G. 24 on Feb. 16,-4988. 

Domestic PCT Fees for Chapter IF, effective July 1, 
1987, were announced in the Official Gazette at 1079 
O.G. 32 on June 16, 1987. "^ 

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International PCT fees were changed on July 1, 1987 
due to a difference in the exchange rate of the U.S. dol- 
lar with regard to the Swiss Franc and were announced 
in the OfTicial Gazette at 1079 O.G. 50 on June 23, 1987. 

International PCT Chapter II fees which were effec- 
tive July 1, 1987, were announced in the Official Gazette 
at 1079 O.G. 50 on June 23. 1987. The elimination of 
multiple handling fees and the supplement to the han- 
dling fee under PCT Rule 57 was announced at 1085 
O.G. 34 on Dec. 22, 1987. 

The withdrawal of the Japanese declaration under 
PCT Article 64(2)(a), concerning the requirement for a 
Japanese translation of the international application 
within 20 months from the priori^' date when Japan is 
elected under PCT Chapter II, as from Dec. 8, 1987, 
was announced at 1085 O.G. 34 on Dec. 22, 1987. 

National stage fees effective July 1, 1987, for entering 
the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office as a designated or 
elected Office were changed effective July 1, 1987, and 
were announced in the Official Gazette at 1079 O.G. 32 
on June 16, 1987. 

The current schedule of PCT fees is as follows: 

Transmittal fee: 170.00 

Search Fee 

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office as 

Searching Authority (ISA) 
— No corresponding prior U.S. national 

application fil^: 520.(X) 

— Corresponding prior U.S. national 

application filed: 350.(X) 

— Supplemental search fee, per 

additional invention 140.(X) 

European Patent Office as Searching 
Authority 1300.00 

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Preliminary examination fee 
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office as 

Preliminary Examining Authority (IPEA) 
—Search fee paid to USPTO as 

Searching Authority 370.00 

— Additional examination fee, per 

additional invention 125.(X) 

—Searching Authority not the USPTO . . 570.00 

— Additional examination fee, 

per additional invention 190.00 

International fees 

Basic fee: 485.00 

Basic Supplemental fee (for each page 

over 30): 10.00 

Designation fee for the first 10 

national or regional offices: 120.00 

Designation fee for 11th and No 

subsequent designations: Charge 

Handling fee: 150.00 

U.S. National Stage fees 



U.S. Patent and Trademark 
Office was Preliminary Ex- 
amining Authority (IPEA) 

USPTO was ISA but not 
IPEA 

USPTO was neither ISA nor 
IPEA 

USPTO was IPEA and all 
claims presented satisfied 
provisions of PCT Article 
33(1) to (4) 

— For each independent 
claim in excess of 3 

— For each claim in excess of 
20 

— For each application con- 
taining a multiple depen- 
dent claim 

— Surcharge for filing nation- 
al fee or oath or 
declaration after the time 
limit applicable under PCT 
Article 22 or 39. 1 

— Processing fee for filing 
English translation after 
the time limit applicable 
under PCT Article 22 or 
39.1 



Small 
Entity 


Non-small 
Entity 


150.00 


300.00 


170.00 


340.00 


225.00 


450.00 


25.00 


50.00 


17.00 


34.00 


6.00 


12.00 



55.00 



55.00 



26.00 



110.00 



110.00 



26.00 



Jan. 21, 1988. 



DONALD J QUIGG, 

Assistant Secretary and 

Commissioner of Patents 
and Trademarks. 



Notice of Maintenance Fees Payable 

Title 37, Cod"; of Federal Regulations, Section 
1.362(d), effective Nov. 1, 1984, provides that mainte- 
nance fees may be paid without surcharge for a six- 
month period beginning 3, 7, and 1 1 years after the date 
of issue of patents based on applications filed on or after 
Dec. 12, 1980. An additional six-month grace period is 
provided by 35 U.S.C 41(b) and 37 CFR 1.362(e) for 
payment of the maintenance fee with the surcharge set 
forth in 37 CFR 1.20(k) or (1), as amended effective Oct. 



April S, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



1089 TMOG 3 



S, 1985 If the maintenance fee is not paid in a patent re- 
quiring such payment the patent will expire on the 4th, 
8th or 12th anniversary of the grant. 

Attention is drawn to the patents which were issued 
on April 2, 1985, for which maintenance fees due at 3 
years and six months may now be paid. The patents 
have patent numbers within the following ranges: 

Utility Patents 4,507,801 through 4,509,212 
Reissue Patents based on the above identified patents. 

No maintenance fees are required for dksign or plant 
patents. \ 

Payments of maintenance fees in patents should be di- 
rected to "Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks, 
Box M. Fee, Washington, D.C. 20231." 

The current amounts of the maintenance fees due at 3 
years and six months are set forth in 37 CFR 1.20(e) and 
(h), as amended effective Oct. 5, 1985, which are repro- 
duced below: 

37 CFR §1.20 Post-issuance fees 

"(e) For maintaining an original or reissue patent, except 
a design or plant patent, based on an application filed 
on or after Dec. 12, 1980 and before Aug. 27, 1982, 
in force beyond 4 years; the fee is due by three years 
and six months after the original grant . . . S 225.00" 

"(h) For maintaining an original or reissue patent, except 
a design or plant patent, based on an application filed 
on or after Aug. 27, 1982, in force beyond 4 years; 
the fee is due by three years and six months after the 
original grant: 

By a small entity (§1.9(f)) S 225.00 

By other than a small entity S 450.00" 

The amounts of the surcharges as amended effective 
Oct. 5, 1985, are set forth in 37 CFR 1.20 (k) and (I) 
which are reproduced below: 

"(k) Surcharge for paying a maintenance fee during the 
6-month grace period following the expiration of 
three years and six months, seven years and six 
months, and eleven years and six months after the 
date of the original grant of a patent based on an ap- 
plication filed on or after Dec. 12, 1980 and before 
Aug. 27, 1982 $ 1 10.00" 

"0) Surcharge for ftaying a maintenance fee during the 
6-month grace period following the expiration of 
three years and six months, seven years and six 
months, and eleven years and six months after the 
date of the original grant of a patent based on an ap- 
plication filed on or after Aug. 27, 1982: 

By a small entity (§1.9(f)) $ 55.00 

By other than a small entity SI 10.00" 

Section 1.20 paragraph (m) as amended as a result of 
enactment of Public Law 98-622 effective Nov. 8, 1984, 
is reproduced below: 

"(m) Surcharge for accepting a maintenance fee after ex- 
piration of a patent for non-timely payment of a 
maintenance fee where the delay in payment is 
shown to the satisfaction of the Commissioner to 
have been unavoidable S 500.(X)" 



ent will expire at the end of the 4th, 8th, or 12th anni- 
versary of the grant of the patent depending on the first 
maintenance fee which was not paid. 

According to the records of the Office, the patents 
listed below have expired due to failure to pay the re- 
quired maintenance fee and any applicable surcharge. 

PA TENTS WHICH EXPIRED JANUAR Y 17. 1988. 
DUE TO FAILURE TO PA Y MAINTENANCE FEES 



Notice of Expiration of Patents 
Due to Failure to Pay Maintenance Fees 

35 U.S.C 41 and 37 CFR 1.362(g) provide that if the 
required maintenance fee and any applicable surcharge 
are not paid in a patent requiring such payment, the pat- 



Patent Number 


Serial Number 


Issue Date 


4,425,667 


06/351.108 


1/17/84 


4,425,668 


06/336.040 


1/17/84 


4,425,670 


06/283.562 


1/17/84 


4,425,671 


06/253.059 


1/17/84 


4,425,676 


06/356,575 


1/17/84 


4,425,677 


06/318,870 > 


1/17/84 


4,425,678 


06/352,181 ^ 


1/17/84 


4,425,680 


06/376.026 


1/17/84 


4,425,682 


06/499.423 


1/17/84 


4,425,691 


06/373,737 


1/17/84 


4,425,706 


06/343,116 


1/17/84 


4,425.710 


06/337,950 


1/17/84 


4,425.713 


06/411,590 


1/17/84 


4.425.714 


06/387,240 


1/17/84 


4,425,722 


06/424,246 


1/17/84 


4,425,725 


06/380,527 


1/17/84 


4,425,726 


06/359,232 


1/17/84 


4,425,728 


06/330,962 


1/17/84 


4,425,730 


06/291,287 


1/17/84 


4,425,731 


06/285,148 


1/17/84 


4,425,734 


06/275,368 


1/17/84 


4,425,735 


06/400,346 


1/17/84 


4,425,738 


06/444,282 


1/17/84 


4,425,739 


06/302,697 


1/17/84 


4,425,745 


06/269,824 


1/17/84 


4,425,757 


06/220,738 


1/17/84 


4,425,779 


06/297,741 


1/17/84 


4,425,784 


06/400,745 


1/17/84 


4,425,789 


06/310,355 


1/17/84 


4,425,792 


06/376,133 


1/17/84 


4,425,796 


06/450,821 


1/17/84 


4,425,797 


06/272,730 


1/17/84 


4,425,806 


06/362,883 


1/17/84 


4,425,820 


06/231,008 


1/17/84 


4,425,824 


06/282,113 


1/17/84 


4,425,826 


06/253,113 


1/17/84 


4,425,828 


06/325,639 


1/17/84 


4,425,832 


06/345,089 


1/17/84 


4,425,833 


06/412,157 


1/17/84 


4,425,850 


06/261.705 


1/17/84 


4,425,851 


06/359.582 


1/17/84 


4,425,862 


06/406.207 


1/17/84 


4,425,874 


06/372,988 


1/17/84 


4,425,878 


06/359,662 


1/17/84 


4,425.893 


06/327,827 


1/17/84 


4,425,897 


06/259,337 


1/17/84 


4,425,898 


06/319,636 


1/17/84 


4,425,901 


06/273,678 


1/17/84 


4,425,931 


06/344,898 


1/17/84 


4,425,932 


06/271,201 


1/17/84 


4,425,934 


06/274,094 


1/17/84 


4,425,947 


06/317,749 


1/17/84 


4;425,948 


06/328,389 


1/17/84 


4,425,950 


06/406.114 


1/17/84 


4,425,951 


06/349,046 


1/17/84 


4,425,952 


06/348,994 


1/17/84 


4,425,955 


06/378,759 


1/17/84 


4,425,956 


06/380,033 


1/17/84 


4,425,958 


06/322,063 


1/17/84 


4,425,959 


06/281,256 


1/17/84 


4,425,960 


06/260,931 


1/17/84 


4,425,961 


06/332,340 


1/17/84 


4.425.962 


06/349,601 


1/17/84 


4.425.963 


06/241,944 


1/17/84 


4.425.964 


06/365,447 


1/17/84 


4.425.968 


06/381,601 


1/17/84 



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OFFICIAL ( 


jAZEIIE 




April 5, 1988 


4,425,970 


06/304,287 


1/17/84 


4,426.289 


06/289,304 


1/17/84 


4,425.972 


06/291,393 


1/17/84 


4.426.293 


06/491,588 


1/17/84 


4,425.984 


06/406,266 


1/17/84 


4.426.295 


06/306.494 


1/17/84 


4.425.985 


06/349,047 


1/17/84 


4.426.322 


06/447.215 


1/17/84 


4,425,990 


06/312.129 


1/17/84 


4,426.335 


06/378,156 


1/17/84 


4,425,995 


06/273.249 


1/17/84 


4,426,342 


06/332,121 


1/17/84 


4,426.000 


06/422,%5 


1/17/84 


4,426,380 


06/435,595 


1/17/84 


4,426.024 


06/329,706 


1/17/84 


4,426,384 


06/405,439 


1/17/84 


4,426,038 


06/338,713 


1/17/84 


4,426,392 


06/287,260 


1/17/84 


4,426,039 


06/338.424 


1/17/84 


4,426,414 


06/416,032 


1/17/84 


4,426,046 


06/307.902 


1/17/84 


4,426,430 


06/441,119 


1/17/84 


4,426.048 


06/303,503 


1/17/84 


4,426,440 


06/442.700 


1/17/84 


4,426,050 


06/253.087 


1/17/84 


4,426,444 


06/419.337 


1/17/84 


4.426,057 


06/358.517 


1/17/84 


4,426.454 


06/246,544 


1/17/84 


4.426.063 


06/318.032 


1/17/84 


4.426.456 


06/352,472 


1/17/84 


4.426.064 


06/247.288 


1/17/84 


4.426,458 


06/403,802 


1/17/84 


4.426.067 


06/456,204 


1/17/84 


4.426,459 


06/235,521 


1/17/84 


4,426,069 


06/417,141 


1/17/84 


4,426,462 


06/402,453 


1/17/84 


4.426,071 


06/347.446 


1/17/84 


4,426,473 


06/374,198 


1/17/84 


4.426.080 


06/281.538 


1/17/84 


4,426,484 


06/311,375 


1/17/84 


4,426,083 


06/350.202 


1/17/84 


4,426,515 


06/487,260 


1/17/84 


4,426,091 


06/376.755 


1/17/84 


4,426,520 


06/307,907 


1/17/84 


4,426,095 


06/306.078 


1/17/84 


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06/344,079 


1/17/84 


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1/17/84 


4,426,522 


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1/17/84 


4.426,097 


06/349.430 


1/17/84 


4,426,523 


06/346,341 


1/17/84 


4.426.098 


06/346.293 


1/17/84 


4,426,529 


06/342,276 


1/17/84 


4.426.103 


06/242.398 


1/17/84 


4,426,530 


06/335,987 


1/17/84 


4,426,104 


06/313.282 


1/17/84 


4,426,531 


06/323,013 


1/17/84 


4,426,105 
4,426,110 


06/283,722 
06/303,112 


1/17/84 
1/17/84 


4,426,539 


06/377,119 


^ 1/17/84 


4,426,111 


06/316,325 


1/17/84 


4.426,548 


06/346.921 


' 1/17/84 


4,426,113 


06/296,960 


1/17/84 


4.426,552 


06/397,687 


1/17/84 


4,426,134 


06/317,687 


1/17/84 


4,426,554 


06/343,728 


1/17/84 


4,426,138 


06/296.887 


1/17/84 


4,426,559 


06/333.731 


1/17/84 


4,426,146 


06/346.835 


1/17/84 


4,426,565 


06/272.392 


1/17/84 


4.426.149, 


06/326.063 


1/17/84 


4,426,575 


06/307.278 


1/17/84 


4.426,155 


06/309.583 


1/17/84 


4,426.589 


06/332.747 


1/17/84 


4.426,164 


06/383.503 


1/17/84 


4.426.601 


06/283,154 


1/17/84 


4.426.165 


06/425.447 


1/17/84 


4,426.603 


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1/17/84 


4.426.167 


06/348.144 


1/17/84 


4.426,606 


06/439,942 


1/17/84 


4.426.169 


06/298.314 


1/17/84 


4.426,607 


06/357,532 


1/17/84 


4.426,176 


06/291,658 


1/17/84 


4.426,627 


06/262,709 


1/17/84 


4,426,196 


06/302,520 


1/17/84 


4,426,634 


06/372,199 


1/17/84 


4.426.199 


06/379,458 


1/17/84 


4,426,638 


06/315,174 


1/17/84 


4,426,202 


06/364,698 


1/17/84 


4,426.639 


06/298,499 


1/17/84 


4,426,203 


06/335,939 


1/17/84 


4,426,642 


06/309,404 


1/17/84 


4,426,204 


06/314,121 


1/17/84 


4,426,663 


06/337,348 


1/17/84 


4,426,222 


06/337,003 


1/17/84 


4,426,669 


06/227.416 


1/17/84 


4.426,227 


06/306,392 


1/17/84 


4,426,685 


06/363.336 


1/17/84 


4,426,244 


06/413,445 


1/17/84 


4,426,691 


06/297.198 


1/17/84 


4.426.245 


06/468,755 


1/17/84 


4,426,695 


06/376,136 


1/17/84 


4.426.249 


06/509,785 


1/17/84 


4,426,697 


06/276,915 


1/17/84 


4.426.258 


06/353,814 


1/17/84 


4.426.706 


06/331,109 


1/17/84 


4.426.259 


06/375,380 


1/17/84 


4.426,714 


06/229,755 


1/17/84 


4,426.275 


06/325,143 


1/17/84 


4,426.726 


06/351.417 


1/17/84 



Notification of Acceptance of Delayed Payment of Maintenance Fee 
(35 U,S.C. 41(c); 37 CFR 1 J78) 

The patents listed below are considered as not having exmred but are subject to the conditions set forth in 35 
U.S.C. 41(cX2). in view of the Petition to Accept Late Tjryment of the maintenance fees which has been 
GRANTTED BY THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS ANDSTRADEMARKS, as provided for under 35 U.S.C. 
41(cKl) and 37 CFR 1.378. 



Patent No. 


Serial No. 


Patent Date 


Application 


Delayed Payment 




« 




Filing Date 


Acceptance Date 


4.357.726 


06/257.200 


11/9/82 


4/24/81 


3/2/88 


4,357.909 


06/234.383 


1 1/9/82 


2/13/81 


3/4/88 


4,368.962 


06/229.667 


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U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



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REISSUE APPLICATIONS FILED 

Notice under 37 CFR 1.11(b). The reissue applications listed 
below are open to inspection by the general public in the indi- 
cated Examining Groups and copies may be obtained by paying 
the fee therefor (37 CFR 1.19(a)). 

4463.551, Re. S.N. 145,688, Filed Jan. 15, 1988, CI. 
324/233, METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR IDEN- 
TIFYING A CONDUCTIVE OBJECT BY MONI- 
TORING THE IMPEDANCE CHANGE IN A COIL 
SYSTEM CASED BY INTRODUCING THE OB- 
JECT INTO THE COIL SYSTEM, Gregory D. Wil- 
liam, et al.. Owner of Record: The President A Directors 
of Georgetown University, Washington. D.C., Attorney or 
Agent: Norman F. Obion, et al., Ex. Gp.: 267 

4,498,969, Re. S.N. 143,049, Filed Jan. 12, 1988, CI. 
204/298, SPUTTERING APPARATUS AND METH- 
OD, Kovilvila Ramachandran, Owner of Record: Cana- 
dian Patents and Development Ltd.. Ottawa, Canada. At- 
torney or Agent: Peter ICirby. et al., Ex. Gp.: 112 

4,564.218. Re. S.N. 138,536, Filed Dec. 24, 1987, CI. 
280/804, AUTOMATIC SEAT BELT DRIVING DE- 
VICE, Toshihiro Yokote, et al.. Owner of Record: 
NSK-Wamer K.K., Tokyo. Japan, Attorney or Agent: 
Alan H. MacPherson, et al., Ex. Gp.: 316 

4,566,366, Re. S.N. 148,422. Filed Jan. 25, 1988, CI. 
86/24, HAND HELD CARTRIDGE RELOADING 
PRESS. Richard J. Lee. Owner of Record: Inventor. At- 
torney or Agent: Ralph G. Hottenfeldt, Ex. Gp.: 223 

4,568,485. Re. S.N. 144,801, Filed Jan. 15, 1988, CI. 
252/518, ORGANIC POLYMERS CONTAINING 
TCNQ COMPLEXES AMD STABILIZED 
AGAINST THE EMISSION OF HCN. Friedrich Jo- 
nas, et al.. Owner of Record: Bayer Aktiengesellschaft, 
Leverkusen-Bayerwerk, Germany. Attorney or Agent: Ar- 
thur G. Connolly, Ex. Gp.: 115 

4,577,653, Re. S.N. 137,993, Filed Dec. 28. 1987. CI. 
137/119, ANTI-SIPHON AND ANTI-KNOCK 
DIVERTER VALVE, Garry R. Marty, Owner of Rec- 
ord: Masco Corp., Taylor. Mich.. Attorney or Agent: 
Steven L. Permut, et al. Ex. Gp.: 347 

4,592.100. Re. S.N. 145,824, Filed Jan. 19, 1988, CI. 
4/492, AIR CONTROL VALVE, Joeab A. Robertson, 
Owner of Record: Jacuzzi Inc.. Little Rock, Ark., Attor- 
ney or Agent: James Van Santen, et al., Ex. Gp.: 243 

4,595,175. Re. S.N. 145,157, Filed Jan. 19, 1988. CI. 
256/1, FENCELINER, Lawrence R. KaufTman, Owner 
of Record: Inventor, Attorney or Agent: Joseph A. 
DeGrandi, et al., Ex. Gp.: 351 

4.599,368, Re. S.N. 141,131, Filed Jan. 6, 1988, CI. 
523/122, MARINE ANTI-FOULING COATING 
FORMULATIONS CONTAINING A SOLUBLE 
PHASE INCLUDING A ORGAN OTIN POLYMER 
IN COMBINATION WITH AN INSOLUBLE 
PHASE INCLUDING AN CROSSLINKED 
ORGANOTIN POLYMER, Albert L. Kimmel, et al.. 
Owner of Record: Midwest Research Institute, Kansas 
City, Mo.. Attorney or Agent: John D. Gould, Ex. 
Gp.: 151 

4,628,159, Re. S.N. 137,885, Filed Dec. 21, 1987, CI. 
200/51.05, ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR APPARA- 
TUS, James C. Deitch, et al.. Owner of Record: ADC 
Telecommunications. Inc., Minneapolis, Minn., Attorney 
or Agent: John D. Gould, et al., Ex. Gp.: 248 

4,638,175, Re. S.N. 146,057, FUed Jan. 20, 1988, CI. 
307/64, ELECTRIC POWER DISTRIBUTION AND 
LOAD TRANSFER SYSTEM, Michael P. Bradford. 



Owner of Record: United Technologies Corp., Hartford, 
Conn., Attorney or Agent: P. R. Ruzek, et al., Ex. 
Gp.: 214 

4,694,103, Re. S.N. 139,788, Filed Dec. 30, 1987, CI. 
562/450, METHOD OF PREPARING N- 
ACRYLOYL-a-AMINO ACIDS, Larry R. Krepski, et 
al.. Owner of Record: Minnesota Mining and Manufac- 
turing Co., St. Paul, Minn., Attorney or Agent: Donald 
M. Sell, et al., Ex. Gp.: 126 



REQUESTS FOR REEXAMINATION HLED 

Notice under 37 CFR 1.11(c). The requests for re- 
examination listed below are open to inspection by the gen- 
eral public in the indicated Examining Groups. Copies of the 
requests and related papers may be obuined by paying the 
fee therefor esublished m the Rules (37 CFR 1.19(a)). 

In the event correspondence to the patent owner is not re- 
ceived, this notice will be considered to be constructive no- 
tice to the patent owner and reexamination will proceed (37 
CFR 1.248(aX5)and 1.525(b)). 

3,667,171, Reexam. No. 90/001,447, Requested: Feb 
19, 1988, CI. 52/9, ROW FOLDING SEATING 
STRUCTURE, Robert G McClelland, et al.. Owner of 
Record: Interkal, Inc., Kalamazoo, Mick, Attorney or 
Agent: Dawson, Tilton, et al.. Ex. Gp.: 350, Requester: 
M. M. O'Brien, Chicago, 111. 

3,809,101, Reexam. No. 90/001,444, Requested: Feb. 
11, 1988, CI. 132/764. NAIL FILE. Takaetsu Shimizu, 
Owner of Record: Inventor, Tokyo, Japan, Attorney or 
Agent: Peter L. Berger, Ex. Gp.: 330, Requester: Owner 

3,858,147, Reexam. No. 90/001,448. Requested: Feb. 
26. 1988, CI. 338/62, NON-INDUCTIVE FILM-TYPE 
CYLINDRICAL RESISTOR, Richard E. Caddock, 
Owner of Record: Inventor. Riverside. Calif, Attorney 
or Agent: Richard L. Gausewitz, Ex. Gp.: 210, Request- 
er: HY-MEG Corp., Addison, III., 

4,384,514, Reexam. No. 90/001,442, Requested: Feb. 
19, 1988, CI. 100/38, NIP CONTROL METHOD AND 
APPARATUS, Rene Larive, Owner of Record: Consoli- 
dated-Bathurst Inc., Quebec, Canada, Attorney or Agent: 
Robert J. Schaap, Ex. Gp.: 240, Requester: Accuray 
Corp., Columbus. Ohio 

4,420,982. Reexam. No. 90/001,443. Requested: Feb. 
22. 1988, CI. 73/861, UNITARY ELECTROMAG- 
NETIC FLOWMETER WITH SEALED COILS, Roy 
F. Schmoock, Owner of Record: Fischer & Porter Co., 
Warminster, Pa., Attorney or Agent: Michael Elbert, Ex. 
Gp.: 260. Requester: Terry M. Gemstein. McLean, Va. 

4.697.608, Reexam. No. 90/001.446. Requested: Feb. 
11, 1988, CI. 137/1, ELECTROMAGNETIC VALVE 
ASSEMBLY, Lawrence A. Koize, et al., Owner of 
Record: Eaton Corp., Cle^land, Ohio, Attorney or 
Agent: Roger A. Johnston; Ex. Gp.: 340, Requester: 
Owner •' 

4.708.638. Reexam. No. 90/001,445, Requested: Feb. 
22, 1988, CI. 431/116, FLUID FUEL FIRED BURN- 
ER, John F. Brazier. Owner of Record: Tauranca Ltd., 
Hampshire. England, Attorney or Agent: J. David 
Dainow, Ex. Gp.: 340, Requester: Owner 



ErraU 

"All reference to Patent No. 4,721.437 to Lonnie L. An- 
gle of Ariz, for ENERGY AMPLIFIER APPARA- 
TUS' appearing in the Official Gazette of Jan. 26, 
1988 should be deleted since no patent was granted." 

"All reference to Patent No. 4,727,915 to Richard L. 
Grant of Ariz, for 'AUTOMATIC SHUTOFF LIQ- 



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OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



April S, 1988 



UID DISPENSING NOZZLE" appearing in the Of- 
flcial Gazette of Mar. 1, 1988 should be deleted since 
no patent was granted." 
"All reference to Patent No. 4,728,793 to Stephen L. 
Merkcl of Ohio for SYSTEM FOR MONITORING 
MATERIAL DISPENSED ONTO A SUB- 
STRATE' appearing in the Official Gazette of Mar. 
1, 1988 should be deleted since no patent was 
granted." 



Adverse Decisions in Interference 

In the designated interferences involving the follow- 
ing patents, final decisions have been rendered that the 
respective patentees are not entitled to patents contain- 
ing the claims listed. 

Patent No. 4,324,770. Even Bakke. PROCESS FOR 
DRY SCRUBBING OF FLUE GAS, Interference No. 
101.428, decided Aug. 6, 1987, claims 1-7. 

Patent No. 4,460,336. Dennis C. Smith. Rolf Maijer, 
ORTHODONTIC ATTACHMENTS, Interference No. 
101,576, decided Dec. 15, 1987, claims 1-4. 

Patent No. 4,518,132. Timothy J Schmidt, COMBI- 
NATION SEAT BELT RETRACTOR MECHA- 
NISM. Interference No. 101.642. decided Dec. 4, 1987, 
claims 1-10. 

Patent No. 4,547,686, Dan Y. Chen. HYBRID POW- 
ER SEMICONDUCTOR SWITCH, Interference No. 
101,710. decided Nov. 5, 1987. claims 1-11. 

Patent No. 4.551.128. Salomon Hakim and Carlos A. 
Hakim. CEREBROSPINAL FLUID SHUNT VALVE. 
Interference No. 101.732. decided Dec. 30, 1987. claims 
1-9. 12, 14-17 and 28. 

Patent No. 4.533,815, Frank E. Martin. OPTICAL FI- 
BER CABLE CONSTRUCTION. Interference No. 
101.680. decided Dec. 30. 1987, claims 1-7. 

Patent No. 4,578,682, Robert L. Hooper and Law- 
rence W Yonge, III, ANTENNA DISH. Interference 
No. 101,845, decided Nov. 5. 1987, claims 1-11. 

Patent No. 4,589.548, John E. Fay, SPUTUM COL- 
LECTION APPARATUS, Interference No. 101,662. 
decided Jan. 21. 1988. claims 1-25. 

Patent No. 4.601.530. Daniel R. Coldren. Wayne S. 
Davis and Jon A Fortuna. ELECTRICAL CONNEC- 
TOR AND WIRE ASSEMBLY METHOD, Interfer- 
ence No. 101,771, decided Nov. 6, 1987. claims 12, 15. 
and 17-19. 

Patent No. 4,605,813, Yukihisa Takeuchi. Masaaki 
Mori. Kenji Maekawa and Toshiaki Nishizawa. AMOR- 
PHOUS SILICON SOLAR BATTERY. Interference 
No. 101.783. decided Jan. 7, 1988. claims 1-8. 

NANNIE B. HENRY, 
' - Deputy Clerk, _,. 

Board of Patent Appeals 
and InterfereiKes. 



Adrerae Decisions in Interference 

In the designated interferences involving the follow- 
ing patents, final decisions have been rendered that the 
respective patentees were not the first inventors with re- 
spect to the claims listed. 

Patent No. 3,940,371, Leslie Catron Case, DIAMINO 
DISULFIDE CURATIVES FOR POLYURE- 
THANES. Interference No. 100,004, decided May 17, 
1987, claim 15. 

Patent No. 4.138.543. Michel Bargain and Claude Mil- 
let, POLYMERIZATION OF ORGANOPOLY- 
SILOXANES, Interference No. 101,030, decided June 
19, 1986, claims 1-3, 7, 8 and 12-22. 

Patent No. 4,383,525, F. Brantley Scott, John H. 
Burton, IMPLANTABLE PENILE PROSTHETIC 



CYLINDER vhTH INCLUSIVE FLUID RESER- 
VOIR, Interference No. 101,149, decided Sept. 5, 1985, 
claims 1 and 2. 

"Dannie b. henry. 

Deputy Clerk, 

Board of Patent Appeals 
and Interferences. 

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for Administration. 



Request For Suggestions For New 

Search Terms to be Added to the 

CASPIR Topic Index Lists For 

Searching Computer A Data Processing 

Art in Qass 364 Subclasses 200 and 900 

The CASPIR (Computer Aided Search and Patent 
Image Retrieval) system is a successor to the CCMSS 
(Computer Controlled Microfilm Search System). 
CASPIR is a mechanized search system which includes 
a database of over 9000 patents and other published doc- 
uments classified in 364/200 (General Purpose Program- 
mable Digital Computer Systems) and 364/900 (Miscel- 
laneous Digital Data Processing Systems). For 
additional information concerning CASPIR, see 10S2 
OG 56 (Mar. 26. 1985). 

Each document in the CASPIR database is "coded" 
(or numerically indexed) with selected terms that reflect 
the conceptual content of the document. Searching in- 
volves the use of these terms and boolean logic to iden- 
tify documents containing teachings related to the con- 
cepts which correspond to the selected terms. The 
identified patents or other documents are then viewable 
on a microstrip viewer. 

Currently, there is a term list of about 400 topics (con- 
cepts) for searching in the 364/200 art and there is an- 



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other term list of about 400 topics for searching in the 
364/900 art. Copies of these terms lists are available at 
the CASPIR terminals in the Public Search Room 
(Crysul Plaza. CP-3-1A-03) or by contacting the 
undersigned. 

Each of these two CASPIR term lists is being 
expanded to incorporate emerging and growing areas 
within the art. Suggestions are invited — from 
attorneys/agents, searchers, inventors, or other interest- 
ed parties — for new terms to be included on the 
expanded CASPIR term lists. Suggestions may be either 
for additional breakouts (i.e.. indents or more subdivi- 
sions detailed) of existing categories on the old term lists 
or for wholly new categories (outdents) or concepts 
which are becoming particularly pertinent within the 
computer architecture and data processing art. 

Responses to this notice may also include brief com- 
ments or definitions (and/or illustrative examples of 
hardware/software elements) indicative of the intended 
scope of the suggested new terms. In suggesting terms, 
those responding should be aware of the necessity to 
weigh the cost of coding documents for each term ver- 
sus the usefulness of the term for search purposes in de- 
termining how many and what kinds of terms are sub- 
mitted. 

Date: Any suggestions for new CASPIR terms should 
be received by May 2. 1988. 

Addrest: Address written comments and suggestions to 
the Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks. Washing- 
ton. D.C. 20231 to the attention of Eari Levy, Crystal 
Plaza 4-11D-37. For further information contact Earl 
Levy by telephone at (703) 557-5088. 



Mar. 7, 1988. 



EARL LEVY, 

Director, Group 230 
Patent and Trademark Office. 



United States Patent and Trademark Office 
Before the Commisioner of Patents and Trademarks 

Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary 
and Deputy Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks 



In the Matter of 

Arthur O. Klein 
Respondent 



Docket Number 84-1 



AMENDED DECISION* 

This is a disciplinary proceeding initiated against Ar- 
thur O. Klein, an attorney currently registered to prac- 
tice before the United States Patent and Trademark Of- 
fice (PTO), registration number 19102. The proceeding 
is brought under 35 U.S.C. §32 and the regulations pro- 
mulgated thereunder, 37 C.F.R. Part 1. 

The Respondent is charged in the Notice of Proceed- 
ing dated Aug. 17, 1984. with four counts of alleged 
misconduct arising out of the handling of eleven papers 
in ten separate patent applications, and in giving false 
answers in PTO Requirements for Information relating 
to two of the ten applications, in violation of 37 C.F.R. 
§§1.344 and 1.56. DR 1-102(AX4). and DR 6-l01(AK3) 
of the Code of Professional Responsibility of the Ameri- 
can Bar Association (1970) (the Code). The Solicitor 
seeks to have Respondent sus(>ended or excluded from 
further practice before the PTO. The matter was 
assigned to Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Hugh J. 
Dolan and a hearing, requested by Respondent, was 
held at two locations on the following dates: On June 24 
-25, 1985, in Arlington, Va.; on June 26-28, 1985, in 

ed. nole; This nutter is currently under judicial review pursuant to 33 
U.S.C. J32. 



New York City, NY.; and on July 1, 2 and 15, 1985, 
and Mar. 26, 1986, in Arlington, Va. 

After careful review of the evidence and the argu- 
ments presented by the Respondent and the Solicitor, 
Judge Dolan prepared a Recommended Decision, dated 
May 2, 1986, in which he recommended that Respon- 
dent be barred from practice before the United Sutes 
Patent and Trademark Office. 

Respondent duly filed Respondent's Exceptions to the 
Recommended Decision of the Administrative Law 
Judge. Having reviewed the record in these proceed- 
ings, and having considered fully Respondent's Excep- 
tions as well as "Respondent's Point by Point Submis- 
sion in Opposition to the Recommendation of the 
Administrative Law Judge," I adopt the Recommended 
Decision, dated May 2, 1986. but modify it as set forth 
below. 

THE COUNTS 

Count 1 accuses Respondent of willfully engaging in 
dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation, and vio- 
lating the duty of candor and good faith, in filing, or 
causing to be filed, in the PTO one or more of eleven 
papers, each with a certificate of mailing pursuant to 37 
C.F.R. §1.8', when he knew or should hate known that 
each would be mailed after the date on the correspond- 
ing certificate of mailing. These papers are referred to as 
Responses I-XI. respectively, in the Notice and in the 
record. 

Count 2 accuses Respondent of neglect of legal mat- 
ters entrusted to him in that one or more of Responses I 
-XI were mailed to the PTO after the due date for re- 
sponse and. hence, in an untimely manner. 

Counts 3 and 4 accuse Respondent of willfully engag- 
ing in dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation, and 
violating the duty of candor and good faith, in giving 
false answers to questions in PTO Requirements for In- 
formation. The Requirements for Information were in 
respective applications, each the subject of a Count. 

In summary, the Government contends that Respon- 
dent backdated submissions and certificates of mailing, 
thereby representing that his submissions to the PTO in 
the ten noted applications were timely when they were, 
in fact, late. The Respondent contends that all submis- 
sions were timely and in accordance with the certificate 
of mailing practice (37 C.F.R. §1.8), and that any re- 
corded delays were due to the Postal Service and/or the 
PTO mailroom. 

/. THE CERTIFICATES OF MAILING 

The Respondent argues that the AU erred in holding 
the Respondent had signed all the certificates of mailing. 
The ALJ's holding was, in fact, that Respondent was re- 
sponsible for the certificates of mailing, whether signed 
by him personally or by his employee secretary^. 

//. KLEIN AND VIBBER OFFICE PRACTICES 

Tlie Respondent noted numerous exceptions to the 
ALJ's findings regarding the office practices of Respon- 
dent. 

' J7Cf./l j/.« 

37 C.F.R §18 ("Rule 8") (RX-112) provides with certain exceptions 
that a paper required to be Tiled in the PTO within • set penod will be 
considered as being timely Hied if the paper (1) is addressed to the Com- 
missioner or Patents and Trademarks at Washington. DC 20231. (2) is de- 
posited with the U.S. Postal Service with sufTicient postage as Tirsi class 
mail pnor to the expiration of the set penod. and (3) includes a cenificate 
stating the date of deposit with the U.S. Postal Service. 

^ Bngitte Metzler signed two (2) of the certificates of mailing, in the 
Menges application and in the Klinkhardt application The ALJ recited 
that the "Certificate of Mailing" was signed by one of Mr. Klein's secretar- 
ies etc " See paragraph Vlli. page S and the last paragraph on page 6 of 
the Recommended Decision. 



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April S, 1988 



///. PTO \fAILROOM PRACTICE 



points. In fact. Respondent did not introduce any evi- 
dence as to his good character or reputation. TTierefore, 
I conclude that there is no evidence on which to base 
such a conclusion. 

I conclude that there are no mitigating or extenuating 
circumstances in this case. On the contrary, there are 
present certain aggravating factors, such as Respondent's 
lack of cooperation during the course of this proceeding. 
Respondent's misleading use of evidence at the hearing 
and Respondent's misstatements of facts in his post-hear- 
ing briefs. 

As an example of lack of cooperation, the record indi- 
cates that Respondent at first refused to comply with 
any of the pre-hearing discovery requests of the Solici- 
tor, which included requests for non-privileged material 
K RESPONDENTS CERTIFICATE OF MAILING ^ and relevant evidence, and then when required to do so 
PRACTICE AND DETERMINATION OF -^ by order of the AU, Respondent failed to comply com- 

RELEVANT DATA r~\^etely. The Respondent, in his Answer, instead of ad- 

\ mt^ing or denying that he signed certain documents a(>- 
TTie. Respondent notes exceptions to the AU's find-^ pare>>tly containing his signature and filed in particular 



The Respondent notes numerous exceptions to the 
ALJ's findings and ultimate holding that the operation 
of the PTO mailroom did not contribute to the delays in 
the receipt of the papers which form the charges against 
the Respondent in Counts 1 and 2. 

IV. U.S. POSTAL SERVICE TIME 

The Respondent claims reliance on the U.S. Postal 
Service's Origin-Destination Information System (ODIS) 
as evidence of delivery time is misplaced. 



ings and conclusions as they relate to the number of pa- 
tent applications involved, the PTO's computer printout 
used to determine the relevant application population 
and (he failure to include Trademark applications in the 
population. 

VI. U.S. POSTAL SERVICE DATA AND OTHER 
DATA 

The Respondent also notes numerous exceptions to 
the findings based upon the statistical data of the Postal 
Service's Origin-Destination Information System (ODIS) 
and the conclusion that the ODIS Reports, comparisons 
with other firms in Respondent's area and with other 
members of the Klein and Vibber firm, as well as com- 
mon sense and shared experienceNvittl the postal system 
are clearly convincing that the number and percentage 
of Respondent's alleged mail delays were not attribut- 
able to the U.S. Postal Service. 

VII REQUIREMENTS FOR INFORMATION 

The Respondent notes exceptions to the Requirements 
for Information issued by the PTO in regard to papers 
filed in two (2) of the applications upon which these 
charges are based, as well as the charges flowing from 
the Respondent's allegedly false answers thereto. 

VIII. DUE PROCESS 

Respondent contends that the statutes and regulations 
governing PTO disciplinary proceedings not only vio- 
late his due process rights by imprecisely establishing 
applicable standards of conduct, but the failure to accept 
all the Respondent's submissions in this proceeding like- 
wise constitute a breach of his guarantees of due pro- 
cess. 

IX. STANDARD OF NEGLECT 

The Respondent contends there must be a showing of 
willful neglect before a violation may be f^und ajid'that 
such has not been shown by clear and con'Vincing evi- 
dence. 

With respect to the noted (I-IX) areas of exception, it 
is my conclusion that the exceptions are without merit 
and that the ALJ has adequately treated these matters at 
pages 7 through 27 of the Recommended Decision. I 
fing nothing in these exceptions to the Recommended 
Decision which requires any amendments to the Recom- 
mended Decision as it relates to these areas other than 
as noted with respect to item I and adopt the conclu- 
sions of the ALJ as set forth on pages 35 and 36 of the 
Recommended Decision except for the ALJ's reference 
on page 35 to an "absence of any prior charges, investi- 
gation or disciplinary proceedings brought by any bar 
association or the Patent and Trademark Office." The 
fact is there is no evidence of record on any of these 



patent^^gglications, he represented, as was his right, that 
he had no knowledge sufficient to form a belief as to 
whether he signed them on the ground that he no longer 
possessed records on the applications. However, when 
the Solicitor thereafter sent Respondent true copies from 
PTO records of these documents and offered the origi- 
nals up for his inspection, Respondent still refused to ad- 
mit or deny his signature^ (see the Solicitor's Motion in 
Limine filed June 10, 1985). It was not until the hearing, 
after the Solicitor went to the trouble of subpoenaing 
employees of Respondent's law firm who were familiar 
with his signature, and after ordered to do so by the 
AU (see Order of the ALJ entered June 21. 1985. item 
7), that Respondent admitted his belief that the signa- 
tures were his (see 1:126-151). 

An example of misleading use of evidence at the hear- 
ing is Respondent's exhibit RX-87A. in an attempt to 
show an irregularity in date stamping by the mailroom. 
The exhibit indicates that the Assignment Branch of the 
PTO cancelled the PTO receipt date of June 29. 1983. 
not because the paper was not received that date, but 
most likely due to some irregularity in the assignment al- 
luded to therein, llie paper was. in fact, resubmitted to 
the PTO and received on Aug. 25. 1983 (1:287.22- 
291.23). The July I, 1983 Finance Branch date at the 
bottom is consistent with the correctness of the original 
June 29. 1983 receipt date and is in no way indicative of 
any irregularity in date stamping by the mailroom (see 
the Solicitor's Post-Hearing Submission at pages 73-74). 

An example of the misstatements of fact in Respon- 
dent's post-hearing briefs based on evidence which has 
either been discredited, misinterpreted or taken out of 
context, or which is simply not in the record, or which 
ignores other equally or more probative evidence which 
explains, qualifies or contradicts the evidence on which 
the misstatements are based, is with regard to the 
Klinkhardt application (Responses X and XI). Respon- 
dent refers to a letter to the client dated Apr. II. 1983 
regarding a "Petition" (B.7, PFF 367). The (German 
language original) letter — RX-436 — refers to an 
"eingable", meaning an amendment, not a petition. The 
letter does not refer at all to a petition to extend the 
time (Response X). Moreover, the statement "[a] Peti- 
tion for Extension of Time was mailed with the Amend- 
ment to the PTO which extended the due date for the 
PTO response from Mar. 8, 1983 to Apr. 8, 1983" (em- 
phasis added) (B.I 2) is incorrect. Even Respondent ad- 
mits that these papers —Responses X and XI — were 
mailed separately (GX-33, page 3), (see Solicitor's Re- 
buttal Brief, filed Oct. 30, 1985). 

^ Respondent wu givrn Ihe opportunity to rely on h» Finh Amend- 
ment right against scir-incrimination in refusing to admit or deny his signa- 
ture and in withholding other information sublet to the Solicitor's 
discovery requests (see Order of AU entered Jan 31. IWS. Part III) and 
chose not to. saying he had "nothing to hide " (see letter from Steven E 
Lipman to AU dated Feb. 8, I98S. Hem (I) and Motion By Respondent To 
Vacate Or Rccomider Order of Jan. 31, 1985. filed Feb II, 1989. item C, 
P«ge 19) 



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Respondent states in his cover letter of Nov. 17, 1986, 
that "Respondent's Point by Point Submission In Oppo- 
sition to the Recommended Decision of the Administra- 
tive Law Judge" is made "under protest" because his 
non-entered brief of Sept. 29, 1986 (Respondent's Princi- 
pal BrieO vvas found to be not in compliance with the 
Decision on Briefs entered Aug. 7. 1986. 

Respondent's principal argument is that the Deputy 
Commissioner's decision requiring that the brief be limit- 
ed to "specific references to the record corresponding to 
the exceptions noted . . ." denies Respondent "an oppor- 
tunity to explain in coherent fashion the reasons why the 
RD cannot be adopted". He further contends that: 

TTie required format of numbered Exceptions in 
numerical order, rather than topical order as 
they relate to each other as a whole, so seriously 
dilutes the force of Respondent's legitimate com- 
plaints about the RD that it denies Respondent 
the right to a full and fair review of the RD by 
the Commissioner. 

First of all, the Respondent's Submission incorporates, 
essentially verbatim, the Respondent's Principal Brief, 
albeit that it is rearranged in numerical order and in- 
cludes, for the most part, specific references to the 
record. The Submission does include "substantial further 
argument", hence Counsel has ignored that portion of 
the Deputy Commissioner's Order. Since the Solicitor 
did not object to the inclusion of further argument, the 
Submission was accepted as being in complicance with 
the Order. Note, for example, pages 65 through 85, of 
"Respondent's Point by Point Submission In C)pposition 
to the Recommended Decision of the Administrative 
Law Judge", wherein Respondent's Counsel presents ex- 
tensive arguments relating to Respondent's Exceptions 
66-71. 

Secondly, the reason the order requested the numeri- 
cal and sequential response was to facilitate a thorough 
consideration of the complex issues in this case in light 
of the one hundred forty-three (143) exceptions noted by 
Respondent. 

Therefore, contrary to the Protest made by Respon- 
dent's Counsel, Respondent has been accorded a full and 
fair opportunity to seek a review of the Recommended 
Decision of the AU. Furthermore, in reaching this deci- 
sion, the undersigned gave full consideration to all of 
the briefs filed with the AU including the post-hearing 
submissions. 

Counsel for Respondent has repeatedly argued that 
the case against his client is based primarily on statistical 
evidence from the U.S. Postal Service. I did not consid- 
er it so. The other evidence in this case (discussed in the 
following paragraphs) is, in my opinion, clear and con- 
vincing with respect to the findings in the case. 

For example, over the time period in question (June 2, 
1981 through May 31, 1983) fifty-six (56) papers were 
found which were filed by the Klein and Vibber firm 
with both a certificate of mailing and having a mailroom 
date stamp before May 31, 1983 (GX-3). Respondent 
signed twenty-five (25) of these papers (K cases) and the 
remainder were signed by other agents and attorneys at 
the firm (N-K cases). 

It is significant to note that of the N-K cases (GX- 
I8A), ten (10) included certificates of mailing signed by 
Respondent (the accompanying papers being the respon- 
sibility of another member of the firm), but none had a 
service or delivery time which exceeded five (5) days 
and in most cases the service time was three (3) days or 
less. In other words, other members of the Klein and 
Vibber firm who had responsibility for filing papers at 
the PTO. had no apparent trouble in getting mail deliv- 
ered to the PTO. Yet of the nineteen (19) papers in pa- 
tent applications with Respondent's signature and a cer- 
tificate of mailing signed by Respondent, ten (10) took 
over a week to arrive at the PTO (see GX-18). 

Add to this the data from the survey of papers at the 
SofTen firm, the Fitzpatrick firm data, and Darby and 



Darby firm, and the Connecticut cases data, where the 
evidence shows that the percentage of first class mail 
taking over a week to get to the PTO was approximate- 
ly one percent or less. 

Of particular concern here is the pattern of miscon- 
duct evidenced during the time period of November. 
1982 through March, 1983 (involving Responses II 
through IX) where every paper filed by Respondent with 
a certificate of mailing was at least a week and most fre- 
quently more than two weeks in arriving at the PTO 
based on the certificate of mailing date (see GX-18). It, 
therefore, defies logic as to how all of these cases prose- 
cuted by Respondent could have been mishandled by 
the U.S. Postal Service and/or the PTO to have resulted 
in such a clear departure from the norm. Clearly, no one 
else at the Klein and Vibber firm or at the other firms 
surveyed experienced such mail service. If there was an 
isolated case involving a certificate of mailing, then the 
trier of fact could logically conclude that it was consis- 
tent with the statistics from the other fTrms and also 
from the U.S. Postal Service. The pattern of misconduct 
by Respondent was clearly established. 

While the evidence of backdating^^and late mailing by 
Respondent is circumstantial, such does not mitigate 
against its meeting the requisite standard of proof (clear 
and convincing evidence). That Respondent intentional- 
ly engaged in acts of misconduct relating to the use of 
certificates of mailing is clearly and convincingly estab- 
lished by the evidence of record, i.e., the statistical evi- 
dence from the Postal Service relating to the normal de- 
livery time for mail between New York and 
Washington; the non-delayed arrival at the PTO of oth- 
er items of mail from the Klein firm and from similarly 
located law firms and the out of order checks used by 
Respondent to pay fees in those untimely responses re- 
quiring a fee. It is appropriate here, as in criminal law, 
that to meet the burden of proof the government may 
rely upon circumstantial evidence. U.S. v. Meyers, 601 F. 
Supp. 1072, 1074. DC. Org. (1984)." 

As for the rebuttal evidence submitted by Respondent, 
to the extent the Respondent relied upon these incom- 
plete copies of the mail logs as evidence rebutting the 
Solicitor's case the mail logs are not entitled to any 
weight whatsoever. It is elementary hornbook law that 
with respect to any documentary evidence, the best evi- 
dence is the original.5 Respondent and his counsel were 
put on notice as early as Oct. 31, 1984. by the Solicitor's 
request for these documents. Once having been put on 
notice that these mail log documents were important to 
the prosecution. Respondent and his counsel had a duty 
to safeguard such evidence.* TTie record is devoid of 
any evidence which would show that any safeguards 
were even undertaken. They had the originals when 
they produced the incomplete copies.'' The apparent loss 
of these original documents is inexcusable. Therefore, 
the prohibition relating to the mail log evidence runs 
only to the Respondent. 

* Circumstantial evidence can be laed lo prove any hct, including a 
fact from which another fact i$ to be infeired. l/.S v Kelly, $27 F 2d 961. 
%5 (9th Cir. 1976) Moreover, even where no single piece of circuimuntial 
evidence supports a finding of guill. the accumulation of such evidence can 
support such a finding. See U.S. v. Momido-Altartz, 320 F.2d 882. 884-85 
(1975). 

' 32A CJ.S. {810. f»tie 149 

' In Arfo Marine v Camar Corp 755 F 2d 1006. CA 2 (NY) 1985, the 
Court held the District Court did not abuse its discretion by imposing dis- 
covery sanctions based upon finding that plaintifT had violated its discovery 
order concerning the producing of desk calendar pads Fed Rules Civ. 
Proc., Rule 37; In Wm. T. Thompson. Co v General Nulrilion Corp.. Inc., 
593 F Supp 1443, 104 F RD 119. 40 FPD 3r-242, the Court stated, 
where from the inception of litigation, d^jpidant was on notice that certain 
records it possessed were relevant to the litigation or at least reasonably 
calculated to lead to the discovery of admissible evidence, but nonetheless 
destroyed those and other relevant records, plaintifT was entitled to award 
of moneury sanctions Fed Rules Civ Proc., Rule 37(b) 

^ The failure of Respondent to produce the original of certain outgoing 
mail logs necessitated, and appropriately so. the reliance upon the incom- 
plete copies (CX-14) is probative evidence by the Sobsiior. 



1089 TMOG 10 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



Aprils, 1988 



As for the testimony of Respondent's employees, it 
was the ALF who observed the witnesses in this case. 
Hence, the ALJ is the one who had to judge the credi- 
bility of the witnesses. Since the inception of our U.S. 
legal system, triers of fact have been known to accord 
little weight or no weight whatsoever to testimony of 
some or all of the witnesses produced by one side in a 
lawsuit. As the reviewing authority who was not present 
to judge the credibility of the witnesses, I must defer to 
judgments made in this regard by the AU. 

FINDINGS OF FACT 

1. Arthur O. Klein, Respondent, is an attorney reg- 
istered to practice before the Patent and Trade- 
mark Office (PTO), registration number 19102. 

/. The ROMER Application 

2. Respondent was attorney of record in patent ap- 
plication Serial No. 06/67,143, in the name of 
Romer et al. 

3. The PTO notified Respondent that payment of 
the base issue fee was due on or before June i 
1981, and the base issue fee was received in the 
PTO on June 2, 1981. 

4. An Amendment (Response I), due on or before 
the date the issue fee was to be paid under C.F.R. 
§1.312, signed by Respondent and accompanied 
by a certificate of mailing (also signed by Respon- 
dent), was received in the PTO on July 2, 1981 

— 30 days after the date on the certificate of 
mailing and due date for Response. 

5. The certificate of mailing represented that Re- 
sponse I was mailed to the PTO on June 2, 1981. 

6. The PTO mailroom date of receipt of July 2, 
1981, is accurate. 

7. Respondent knew or should have known that Re- 
sponse I was mailed to the PTO after June 2, 

1981, and was not deposited in the mail on June 
2, 1981. 

//. The STOEV Application 

8. Respondent was attorney of record in patent ap- 
plication Serial No. 06/198,861, in the name of 
Stoev et al. 

9. The PTO notified Respondent that Response II, 
petition to extend time, and appropriate fee were 
due on or before Nov. 23, 1982. 

10. A petition to extend time and Response II, signed 
by Respondent and accompanied by a certificate 
of mailing (also signed by Respondent), were re- 
ceived in the PTO on Dec. 2, 1982 — nine (9) 
days after the date on the certificate of mailing 
and due date for Response. 

11. The certificate cf mailing represented that Re- 
sponse II was mailed to the PTO on Nov. 23, 
1982. 

12. The PTO mailroom date of receipt of Dec. 2, 

1982, is accurate. 

13. Respondent knew or should have known that Re- 
sponse II was mailed to the PTO after Nov. 23. 
1982, and was not deposited in the mail on Nov. 
23. 1982. 

III The PRASIL Application 

14. Respondent was attorney of record in patent ap- 
plication Serial No. 06/199,501, in the name of 
Prasil et al. 

15. The PTO notified Respondent that Response III, 
petition to extend time, and appropriate fee were 
due on or before Jan. 14, 1983. 

16. A petition to extend time and Response III, 
signed by Respondent and accompanied by a cer- 
tificate of mailing (also signed by the Respon- 
dent), were received in the PTO on Jan. 27, 1983 

— 13 days after the date on the certificate of 
mailing and due date for Response. 



17. The certificate of mailing represented that Re- 
sponse III was mailed to the PTO on Jan. 14, 
1983. 

18. The PTO mailroom date of receipt of Jan. 27, 
1983, is accurate. 

19. Respondent knew or should have known that Re- 
sponse III was mailed to the PTO after Jan. 14, 
1983, and was not deposited in the mail on Jan. 
14, 1983. 

20. The PTO sent Respondent Requirement for In- 
formation A on June II, 1984, questioning Re- 
spondent about mail log date entries. 

21. Requirement A stated: 

2. The copy of the page from the mail tog at- 
tached to question 1 of the last Requirement for 
Information raises some questions. At the top of 
the page is the heading "Jan. 14, 1983" and listed 
thereunder are two entries, each with a later date 
in January 1983. At the bottom there is an item 
identified as "Customer's Receipt Number." 
a. For each entry, what is the significance of 
. the particular January date (other than Jan. 14, 
1983)? 

Respondent's response filed on July 9, 1984, answered: 

2(a). In the fourth line of the page of the mail- 
log there is the date Jan. 21, 1983. And in the 
tenth line of the mail-log there is the date Jan. 27, 
1983. These dates refer to the dates the items 
were received by the Patent and Trademark Of- 
fice according to our return postcard. 

22. It was represented the practice at Klein and 
Vibber during 1981-1983 was to enter the firm.:s 
return-receipt postcard date as the second date 
entered in the mail logs. 

23. Respondent's answer that the date of Jan. 21. 
1983, in the mail log refers to the date the item 
was received in the PTO is not only erroneous, 
but no item listed in entry (1) of mail log A was 
received in the PTO on Jan. 21, 1983. 

24. Respondent knew or should have known that his 
answer in Requirement A was false. Respondent 
made certain statements, material to the inquiry, 
in answer to the Requirement for Information. 
The correct response, however, would have been 
substantially difTerent from what he represented. 
Since it was within his ability to know and he 
was obligated to know the accurate answer. Re- 
spondent made a false representation. 

IV. The BLOMENROEHR Application 

25. Respondent was attorney of record in patent ap- 
plication Serial No. 06/238,372. in the name of 
Blomenroehr. 

26. The PTO notified Respondent that Response IV 
was due on or before Feb. 22, 1983. 

27. Response IV, signed by Respondent and accom- 
panied by a certificate of mailing (also signed by 
the Respondent), was received in the VTO on 
Mar. 8, 1983 — 14 days after the date on the cer- 
tificate of mailing and due date for Response. 

28. The certificate of m -filing represented that Re- 
sponse IV was mailed to the PTO on Feb. 22, 
1983. 

29. The PTO mailroom date of receipt of Mar. 8. 
1983, is accurate. 

30. Respondent knew or should have known that Re- 
sponse IV was mailed to the PTO after Feb. 22, 
1983, and was not deposited in the mail on Feb. 
22, 1983. 

V. The REINECKE Application 

31. Respondent was attorney of record in patent ap- 
plication Serial No. 06/222,527. in the name of 
Reinecke et al. 



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32. TTie PTO notified Respondent that the Response 
V was due on or before Feb. 24, 1983. 

33. Response V, signed by Respondent and accompa- 
nied by a certificate of mailing (also signed by the 
Respondent), was received in the PTO on Mar. 
14, 1983 — 16-18 days after the date on the cer- 
tificate of mailing and due date for Response. 

34. The certificate of mailing represented that Re- 
sponse V was mailed to the PTO on Feb. 24, 
1983. 

35. The PTO mailroom date of receipt of Mar. 14. 
1983, is accurate. 

36. Respondent knew or should have known that Re- 
sponse V was mailed to the PTO after Feb. 24, 
1983, and was not deposited in the mail on Feb. 
24. 1983. 

VI. The METZ Application 

yi. Respondent was attorney of record in patent ap- 
plication Serial No. 06/185.581. in the name of 
Metz et al. 

38. The PTO notified Respondent that Response VI, 
Notice of Appeal, petition to extend time, and ap- 
propriate fee were due on or before Feb. 28, 
1983. 

39. A petition to extend time for response and appro- 
priate fee were received in the PTO on Feb. 28, 
1983, but it was not accompanied by the Notice 
of Appeal. 

40. Response VI, Notice of Appeal, signed by Re- 
spondent and accompanied by a ceriificate of 
mailing (also signed by the Respondent), was re- 
ceived in the PTO on Apr. 25, 1983 — 54-56 
days after the date on the certificate of mailing 
and due date for Response. 

41. TTie certificate of mailing represented that Re- 
sponse VI (Notice of Appeal) was mailed to the 
PTO on Feb. 28, 1983. 

42. The PTO mailroom date of receipt of Apr. 25, 
1983, is accurate. 

43. Respondent knew or should have known that Re- 
sponse VI was mailed to the PTO after Feb. 28, 
1983, and was not de[>osited in the mail on Feb. 
28, 1983. 

I 

VU. The CECH Application ' 

44. Respondent was attorney of record in patent ap- 
plication Serial No. 06/190,730, in the name of 
Cech et al. 

45. TTie PTO notified Respondent that Response VII, 
petition to extend time, and appropriate fee were 
due on or before Mar. 14, 1983. 

46. A petition to extend time for response and appro- 
priate fee were received in the PTO on Mar. 10. 
1983, but it was not accompanied by the Notice 
of Appeal. 

47. Response VII, Notice of Appeal, signed by Re- 
spondent and accompanied by a certificate of 
mailing (also signed by the Respondent), was re- 
ceived in the PTO on Mar. 28, 1983 — 12-14 
days after the date on the ceriificate of mailing 
and due date for Response. 

48. TTie certificate of mailing represented that Re- 
sponse VII was mailed to the PTO on Mar. 14, 
1983. 

49. The PTO mailroom date of receipt of Mar. 28, 
1983, is accurate. 

50. Respondent knew or should have known that Re- 
sponse VII was mailed to the PTO after Mar. 14, 
1983, and was not deposited in the mail on Mar. 
14. 1983. 

I VIII. The MENGES Application 

51. Respondent was attorney of record in patent ap- 
plication Serial No. 06/255,843, in the name of 
Menges et al. 



52. The PTO notified Respondent that Response 
VIII was due on or before Mar. 16. 1983. 

53. Response VIII. signed by Respondent and accom- 
panied by a ceriificate of mailing (signed by the 
Respondent's secretary, Brigitte Metzler), was re- 
ceived in the PTO on Apr. 11, 1983 — 24-26 
days after the date on the certificate of mailing 
and due date for Response. 

54. The certificate of mailing represented that Re- 
sponse VIII was mailed to the PTO on Mar. 16, 
1983. 

55. The PTO mailroom date of receipt of Apr. 11. 
1983. is accurate. 

56. Respondent knew or should have known that Re- 
sponse VIII was mailed to the PTO after Mar. 
16, 1983. and was not deposited in the mail on 
Mar. 16. 1983. 

IX. The SAMSINAKOVA Application 

57. Respondent was attorney of record in patent ap- 
plication Serial No. 06/251,924, in the name of 
Samsinakova et al. 

58. The PTO notified Respondent that Response IX 
was due on or before Mar. 30, 1983. 

59. A petition to extend time and Response IX, 
signed by Respondent and accompanied by a cer- 
tificate of mailing (also signed by the Respon- 
dent), were received in the PTO on Apr. 7, 1983 
— 8 days after the date on the certificate of mail- 
ing and due date for Response. 

60. The certificate of mailing represented that 
Response IX was mailed to the PTO on Mar. 30, 
1983. 

61. The PTO mailroom date of receipt of Apr. 7. 
1983. is accurate. 

62. Respondent knew or should have known that Re- 
sponse IX was mailed to the PTO after Mar. 30, 
1983, and was not deposited in the mail on Mar. 
30. 1983. 

63. The PTO sent Respondent Requirement for Infor- 
mation B on Dec. 14. 1983, questioning Respon- 
dent about mail log date entries. 

64. Requirement B stated: 

2. Tlie copy from the page from the mail log 
attached in response to question 4 of the last Re- 
quirement for Information raises some questions. 
At the top of the page is the heading "Mar. 30, 
1983 Certificate of Mailing" and listed thereunder 
are four entries, each with a date in April, 1983. 

a. Does the above-mentioned heading indicate 
that all four entries were mailed to the PTO with 
a certificate of mailing of Mar. 30, 1983? If not, 
what does the heading refer to? 

b. For each entry, what is the significance of 
the particular April date? 

Respondent's response filed July 9, 1984, answered: 

2(a). Yes. 

2(b). In each case the date in April refers to the 
date when the item was received by the Patent 
Office according to our return postcard. 

65. It was the practice at Klein and Vibber during 
1981-1983 to enter the firm's return-receipt post- 
card date as the second date entered in the mail 
logs. 

66. Respondent's answer that the four entries under 
the heading "Mar. 30, 1983," were mailed with 
certificates of mailing was false, since only item 4 
was mailed with a certificate of mailing. 

67. Respondent's answer that the April, 1983 dates in 
the mail log refer to the date the items were re- 
ceived in the PTO is not only false but none of 
the items listed in entries (1), (2), and (3) of mail 
log B was received in the PTO on the April dates 
listed therein. 



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OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



April S, 1988 



68. Respondent knew or should have known that his 
answers in Requirement B were false. Respondent 
made certain statements, material to the inquiry, 
in answer to the Requirement for Information. 
The correct responses, however, would have 
been substantially different from what he repre- 
sented. Since it was within his ability to know 
and he was obligated to know the accurate an- 
swer. Respondent made a false representation. 

X and XI. The KLINKHARDT Application 

69. Respondent was attorney of record in patent ap- 
plication Serial No. 06/257,263, in the name of 
Klinkhardt et al. 

70. The PTO notified Respondent that Response X, 
petition to extend time, and appropriate fee were 
due on or before Apr. 8, 1983. 

71. A petition to extend time (Response X), signed by 
Respondent and appropriate fee accompanied by 
a certificate of mailing (also signed by the Re- 
spondent), were received in the PTO on May 18, 
1983 — 40 days after the date on the certificate 
of mailing and due date for Response. 

72. The certificate of mailing represented that Re- 
sponse X was mailed to the PTO on Apr. 8, 1983. 

73 The PTO mailroom date of receipt of May 18, 
1983, is accurate. 

74. Respondent knew or should have known that Re- 
sponse X was mailed to the PTO after Apr. 8, 
1983, and was not deposited in the mail on Apr. 
8, 1983. 

73. Response XI, in the form of an amendment to the 
Klinkhardt application, was due on or before 
Apr. 8, 1983, after a one month of extension of 
time. 

76. Response XI, signed by kespondent and accom- 
panied by a certificate o^ mailing (signed by Re- 
spondent's secretary, Brigitte Metzler), was re- 
ceived in the PTO on Apr. 18, 1983 — 8-10 days 
after the date on the certificate of mailing and 
due date for Response. 

77. The certificate of mailing represented that Re- 
sponse XI was mailed to the PTO on Apr. 8, 
1983. 

78. The PTO mailroom date of receipt of Apr. 18, 
1983, is accurate. 

79. Respondent knew or should have known that Re- 
sponse XI was mailed to the PTO after Apr. 8, 
1983, and was not deposited in the mail on Apr. 
8. 1983. 



CER TIFICA TES OF MAILING 

80. By representing or allowing a member of his staff 
to represent that Responses I-XI were mailed on 
certain dates to the PTO when, in fact, he knew 
or should have known these Responses were de- 
posited in the mail after the dates represented. 
Respondent willfully engaged in conduct involv- 
ing dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or misrepresenta- 
tion, in violation of 37 C.F.R. §1.344 and DR 1- 
102(AX4) of the Code of Professional Responsi- 
bility of the American Bar Association (1970), 
and willfully failed to comply with the "candor 
and good faith" standard esublished by the Su- 
preme Court in Kingsland v. Dorsey, 338 U.S. 318, 
319 (1949) and the duty of candor and good faith 
toward the PTO as required by 37 C.F.R. §1.56. 

81. By mailing, causing, or allowing to be mailed to 
the PTO Responses I-XI after the due dates for 
Responses (the dates to prevent the correspond- 
ing applications from becoming abandoned). Re- 
spondent neglected legal matters entrusted to 
him, in violation of 37 C.F.R. §1.344 and DR 6- 
101(AX3) of the Code of Professional Responsi- 
bility of the American Bar Association (1970). 



REQUIREMENTS FOR INFORMATION 

82. By answering in Requirement for Information A 
that the mail log entry dates refer to the dates the 
items were received in the PTO according to the 
return-receipt postcards, when Respondent knew 
or should have known that this answer was false. 
Respondent willfully engaged in conduct involv- 
ing dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or misrepresenta- 
tion, in violation of 37 C.F R. §1.344 and DR I- 
102(AK4) of the Code of Professional Responsi- 
bility of the American Bar Association (1970), 
and willfully failed to comply with the "candor 
and good faith" standard established by the Su- 
preme Court in Kingsland v. Dorsey, supra, and 
the duty of candor and good faith toward the 
PTO as required by 37 C.F.R. §1.56. 

83. By answering in Requirement for Information B 
that the mail log entry dates refer to the dates the 
items were received in the PTO according to the 
return-receipt postcards and that the listed items 
were mailed with certificates of mailing when Re- 
spondent knew or should have known that these 
answers were false. Respondent willfully engaged 
in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or 
misrepresentation, in violation of 37 C.F.R. 
§1.344 and DR 1.102(AX4) of the Code of Profes- 
sional Responsibility of the American Bar Associ- 
ation (1970), and willfully failed to comply with 
the "candor and good faith" standard established 
by the Supreme Court in Kingsland v. Dorsey, su- 
pra, and the duty of candor and good faith to- 
ward the PTQ as required by 37 C.F.R. §1.56. 

In arriving at the above findings, I have thoroughly 
reviewed the Recommended Decision of Administrative 
Law Judge Dolan and have carefully considered the ev- 
idence, the Respondent's and the Solicitor's exhibits and 
the testimony upon which it is based. Recognition and 
due consideration have been given to Respondent's 
many years of practice before the Patent and Trademark 
Office. 

Based on this record, I adopt and incorporate herein 
by reference the Recommended Decision with slight 
modification to the findings, supra, and adopt as the ulti- 
mate finding that Respondent willfully engaged in dis- 
honesty, fraud, deceit and misrepresentation. He also ne- 
glected legal matters entrusted to him, all in violation of 
37 C.F.R. §1.344 and DR 1-102(AX4) and DR 6- 
10I(AX3), respectively, of the Code of Professional Re- 
sponsibility of the American Bar Association (1970) as 
charged in count 2 and willfully violated the duty of 
candor and good faith required under 37 C.F.R. §1.56, 
with respect to each of the charges in counts I, 3, an(l 4 
established here. 

The Respondent did consciously allow his submissions 
to be sent late and backdated. Once the contract courier 
was missed, because his submissions were not ready, 
some of the mailings were put off. Delay and falsifica- 
tion of dates became something of a habit for his filings. 
The attempted coverup which led to the false responses 
to the subsequent legitimate inquiries by the Patent and 
Trademark Office reveal an intolerable attitude and con- 
tinuing pattern of misconduct. 

Arthur O. Klein of New York City, N.Y., and West- 
port, Conn., whose Patent Office attorney registration 
number is 19102, is suspended from practice as an attor- 
ney before the United States Patent and Trademark Of- 
fice under the provisions of Section 32 of Title 35, U.S. 
Code, and Section 1.348, Title 37 of the Code of Federal 
Regulations, for the period of seven (7) years; execution 
of the last five (5) years is suspended and Respondent is 
being placed on probation for those five (5) years on 
each count (counts 1 -4). The sanctions imposed for each 
count are to run concurrently. TTie terms of probation 
are: 

(i) Respondent •shall comply with all disciplinary 
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practicing before the Patent and Trademark 
Office, 
(ii) No document in any patent or trademark ap- 
plication can be filed in the Patent and Trade- 
mark Office by or on behalf of Respondent 
which (a) uses a certificate of mailing under 
37 C.F.R. §1.8, and (b) which indicates on the 
document that the document was prepared by, 
worked on, or signed by or on behalf of. Re- 
spondent. 

After the first two (2) years of the seven (7)-year sus- 
pension and subject to the probationary five (5)-year pe- 
riod. Respondent may be reinstated to practice before 
the Patent and Trademark Office in patent cases upon 
compliance with the requirements of 37 C.F.R. §10.160.* 
Respondent may or may not be required by the Director 
of Enrollment to take an examination. 

No application for readmission shall be considered in 
less than two (2) years from the effective date of this 
Decision. 

The effective date of this Decision is set for thirty 
(30) days from Decision date or, if ap|}ealed and 
sustained, thirty (30) days following exhaustion of such 
appeal process. 

DONALD W. PETERSON, 
Oct. 19, 1987. Deputy Assistant Secretary 

and Deputy Commissioner of 
, Patents and Trademarks. 

Attachment: 
Recommended Decision 

cc: William J. Carter, Esq. 
Harris A. Pitlick, Esq. 



United States Department of Commerce 

Office of Administrative Law Judge 

Suite 6716 

Washington, D.C. 20230 

RECOMMENDED DEaSlON 



In the Matter of 

Arthur O. Klein 
Respondent 



Docket Number 
84-1 



Appearance for 
Respondent: 



Appearance for 
Government: 



Steven E. Lipman, Esq. 
Lupo, Lipman & Lever 
1025 Connecticut Ave., N.W. 
Suite 712 
Washington, D.C. 20036 



Harris A. Pitlick, Esq. 

Associate Solicitor 

U.S. Patent & Trademark Office 

P.O. Box 15667 

Arlington, Va. 22215 



PRELIMINARY STATEMENT 

Tliis is a disciplinary proceeding initiated against Ar- 
thur O. Klein, an attorney currently registered to prac- 
tice before the United States Patent and Trademark Of- 
fice (PTO), registration number 19102. The proceeding 
is brought under 35 U.S.C. §32 and the regulations pro- 
mulgated thereunder, 37 C.F.R. Part I. 

The Respondent is charged in the Notice of Proceed- 
ing dated Aug. 17, 1984, with four counts of alleged 
misconduct arising out of the handling of eleven papers 

* Supenedes 37 C.F.R. §1. 341(c). 



in ten separate patent applications, in violation of 37 
C.F.R. §§1.344 and 1.56, DR 1-102(AX4), and DR 6- 
101(AX3) of the Code of Professional Responsibility of 
the American Bar Association (1970) (the Code). The 
Solicitor seeks to have Respondent suspended or exclud- 
ed from further practice before the PTO. A hearing was 
requested by Respondent and held at two locations. On 
June 24-25, 1985, in Arlington, Va.; on June 26-28, 
1985, in New York City, N.Y.; and on July 1, 2, and 15, 
1985, and Mar. 26, 1986, in Arlington, Va.* 

FACTS 

In summary, the Government contends that Respon- 
dent backdated submissions and mailing dates, thereby 
representing that his filings under the PTO honor system 
were timely when, according to agency counsel, they 
were, in fact, late. The Respondent contends that all fil- 
ings were timely and that any recorded delays were due 
to the Postal Service and PTO mailroom delays. 

/. Romer Application 

The PTO sent Respondent a "Notice of Allowance 
and Base Issue Fee Due" dated Mar. 2, 1981, informing 
him that the base issue fee was due within 3 months, on 
or before June 2, 1981. A check for the base issue fee 
and a transmittal letter were sent with Respondent's 
courier service on June 2, 1981, and received in the 
PTO'^on June2, 1981. 

Under 37 C.F.R. §1.312, amendments to a patent ap- 
plication may not be made later than the date the base 
issue fee is paid without withdrawing the case from is- 
sue; therefore, any amendments in the Romer applica- 
tion were due on June 2, 1981. An amendment (Re- 
sponse I) signed by the Respondent and accompanied by 
a certificate of mailing'^/ was received in the PTO on 
July 2, 1981 — a 30-day difTerence between the date on 
the certificate of mailing and the PTO receipt date. 

//. Stoev Application 

The PTO notified Respondent in an Office Action-*^ 
dated June 23, 1982, that a Response was due within 3 
months, on or before Sept. 23, 1982. Before the expira- 
tion of the above date, Respondent requested and was 
granted a 1 -month extension until Oct. 23, 1982, for fil- 
ing a Response. ^^ The period could be further extended 
to Nov. 23, 1982, if the Response, petitition to extend 
time, and appropriate fee were filed by Nov. 23, 1982. A 
petition to extend time, notice of appeal (Response II) 
signed by Respondent, and appropriate fee, accompanied 
by a certificate of mailing, were received in the PTO on 
Dec. 2, 1982 — a 9-day difference between the date on 
the certificate of mailing and the PTO receipt date. 

• The teslimony from the hearing in this matter is spread through 8 vol- 
umes of transcripts consisting of some 1623 pages. References to the tran- 
scripts are in chronological order. I-VIII. 

Solicitor's Exhibits will be referred to with the prefii "GX-" and Re- 
spondent's Exhibits will be referred to with the prefix "RX-." 

'' The term "received in the PTO" signifies the document was 
delivered to the i'lO in accordance with 37 CFR §16 and waji date 
siamped- 

^' Although Respondent objected to identifying his signature on Fifth 
Amendment grounds (1-134). dunng the hearing he testified to his signa- 
ture on all the Responses stating that he had no independent recollection of 
signing the documents but believes his signature appears on all of them. (I- 
140-9). 

■*' An OfTice Action is a communication sent by the PTO to the appli- 
cant or his counsel suting the grounds of the PTO's rejection of a patent 
application or indicating requirements that must be complied with before a 
patent application would be further considered An Office Action sets a 
date for a response. 

*^ On Oct 1. l982. the PTO regulations governing petitions for exten- 
sions of time, 37 C.F.R. 81.136. were amended to allow for obtaining such 
extensions by paying the appropriate fee. 



1089 TMOG 14 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



April 5, 1988 



///. Prasil Application 

The pro notified Respondent in an Office Action 
dated Sept. 14, 1982, that a Response was due within 3 
months, on or before Dec. 14, 1982. The period for Re- 
sponse could be extended to Jan. 14, 1983, if the petition 
to extend time and appropriate fee were Tiled by Jan. 14, 
1983. A petition to extend time and notice of appeal 
(Response III) signed by Respondent, accompanied by a 
certificate of maihng, were received in the PTO on Jan. 
27, 1983 — a 13-day difference between the date on the 
certificate of mailing and the PTO receipt date. 

The PTO sent a Requirement for Information (Re- 
quirement A) to Respondent dated Dec. 14, 1983. Re- 
spondent filed a response dated Jan. S, 1984, which re- 
ferred to a "mail log." (GX-38 at 013-4, GX-39 at 014- 
5). A second Requirement of Information was sent re- 
questing copies of the mail log notation. Respondent 
filed a response enclosing a page from the mail log dat- 
ed Jan. 14, 1983. A Further Requirement for Informa- 
tion dated June 11, 1984, was sent, which stated: 

2. The copy of the page from the mail log at- 
tached to question 1 of the last Requirement for 
Information raises some questions. At the top of 
the page is the heading "Jan. 14, 1983" and list- 
ed thereunder are two entries, each with a later 
date in Jan. 1983. At the bottom, there is an item 
identified as "Customer's Receipt Number." 

a. For each entry, what is the significance of 
the particular January date (other than Jan. 14, 
1983)? 

Respondent's response filed on July 9, 1984, answered: 

2(a). In the fourth line of the page of the mail- 
log there is the date Jan. 21, 1983. And in the 
tenth line of the mail-log there is the date Jan. 
27, 1983. These dates refer to the dates the items 
were received by the Patent and Trademark Of- 
fice tuxording to our return postcard. 

The item listed in entry (1) of the mail log above, 
however, was not received in the PTO on Jan. 21, 1983, 
but on Jan. 14, 1983. (GX-36). 

IV. Blomenroehr Application 

TTie PTO notified Respondent in an Office Action 
dated Nov. 22, 1982, that a Response was due within 3 
months, on or before Feb. 22, 1983. An amendment (Re- 
sponse IV) signed by Respondent and accompanied by a 
certificate of mailing was received in the PTO on Mar. 
8, 1983 — a 14-day difference between the date on the 
certificate of mailing and the PTO receipt date. 

V. Reinecke Application 

The PTO notified Respondent in an Office Action 
dated Nov. 24, 1982, that a Response was due within 3 
months, on or before Feb. 24, 1983. An amendment (Re- 
sponse V) signed by Respondent and accompanied by a 
certificate of mailing was received in the PTO and date 
stamped Mar. 14, 1983 — a 16-18-day differenced^ be- 
tween the date on the certificate of mailing and the PTO~ 
receipt date. 

yi. Metz Application 

The PTO notified Respondent in an Office Action 
dated Aug. 31, 1982, that a Response wasyflue within 3 
months, on or before Nov. 30, 1982. The period for Re- 
sponse could be extended for 3 months to Feb. 28, 1983, 

^^ This n the fint of the several Re sp onses with a 3-dsy vahance re- 
ceipt date. Since the PTO receipt date in these situations is a Monday, or a 
Tuesday following a Monday holiday, the variance reflects the poasibilily 
that the Responses would have been received o« the previous Saturday if 
the PTO were open for buautess that day. (VIII-39-40) 



if the petition to extend time and appropriate fee were 
filed by Feb. 28, 1983. Since this [>etition to extend time 
would exhaust the number of allowable extensions, the 
Response to the Office Action would also be due on 
Feb. 28, 1983. A petition to extend time was received in 
the PTO on Feb. 28, 1983, but the notice of appeal to 
the Office Action was not mailed with the petition in 
the same envelope. The notice of appeal (Response VI) 
signed by Respondent and accompanied by a certificate 
of mailing was received in the PTO on Apr. 25, 1983 — 
a 54-56 day difference betw*n the date on the certifi- 
cate of mailing and the PTO receipt date. 

^ VII. Cech Application 

T^ie PTO notified Respondent in an Office Action 
dated Sept. 14, 1982, that a Response was due within 3 
months, on or before Dec. 14, 1982. The period for Re- 
sponse could be extended for 3 months to Mar. 14, 1983, 
if the petition to extend time and appropriate fee were 
filed by Mar. 14, 1983. Since this petition to extend time 
would exhaust the number of allowable extensions, the 
Response to the Office Action would also be due on 
Mar. 14, 1983. A petition to extend time was received in 
the PTO on Mar. 10, 1983, but the notice of appeal to 
the Office Action was not mailed with the [>etition in 
the same envelope. The notice of appeal (Response VII) 
signed by Respondent and accompanied by a certificate 
of mailing was received in the PTO on Mar. 28, 1983 — 
a 12-14-day difference between the date on the certifi- 
cate of mailing and the PTO receipt date. 

VIIL Menges Application 

The PTO notified Respondent in an Office Action 
dated Dec. 16, 1982, that a Response was due within 3 
months, on or before Mar. 16, 1983. An amendment (Re- 
sponse VIII) signed by Respondent and accompanied by 
a certificate of mailing signed by one of Mr. Klein's sec- 
retaries was received in the PTO on Apr. 11, 1983 — a 
24-26-day difference between the date on th- certifi<»te 
of mailing and the PTO receipt date. 

IX. Samsinakova Application 

The PTO notified Respondent in an Office Action 
dated Nov. 30, 1982, that a Response was due within 3 
months, on or before Feb. 28, 1983. The period for re- 
sponse could be extended to Mar. 30, 1983, if a pe<ition 
to extend time and appropriate fee were filed with the 
PTO by Mar. 30, 1983. A petition to extend time, appro- 
priate fee, and an amendment (Response IX) signed by 
Respondent and accompanied by a certificate of mailing 
were received in the PTO on Apr. 7, 1983 — an 8-day 
difference between the date on the certificate of mailing 
and the PTO receipt date. 

The PTO sent Respondent a Requirement for Infor- 
mation (Requirement B) dated Dec. 14, 1983. Respon- 
dent filed a response dated Jan. 5, 1984, which referred 
to a "mail log." A second Requirement for Information 
was sent requesting a copy of the "mail log notation." 
Respondent filed a response enclosing a page from the 
mail log. (RX-432) A further Requirement for Informa- 
tion was sent which stated: 

2. The copy from the page from the mail log 
attached in response to question 4 of the last Re- 
quirement for Information raises some questions. 
At the top of the page is the heading "Mar. 30, 
1983 Certificate of Mailing" and listed thereun- 
der are four entries, each with a date in April, 
1983. 

a. E)oes the above-mentioned heading indicate 
that all four entries were mailed to the PTO 
with a certificate of mailing of Mar. 30, 1983? If 
not, what does the heading refer to? 

b. For each entry, what is the significance of 
the particular April date? 



April S, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



1089 TMOG 15 



Respondent's response filed on July 9, 1984, answered: 

2(a). Yes. 

2(b). In each case the date in April refers to 
the date when the item was received by the Pa- 
tent Office according to our return postcard. 

The documents themselves and the other evidence of 
record reflect that none of the items, however, listed in 
entries (1), (2), and (3) of the mail log was mailed to the 
PTO with certificates of mailing. (GX-37). 

X and XI. Klinkhardt Application 

The PTO notified Respondent in an Office Action 
dated Dec. 8, 1982, that a Response was due within 3 
months, on or before Mar. 8, 1983. The period for Re- 
sponse could be extended to Apr. 8, 1983, if a petition to 
extend time and appropriate fee were filed with the 
PTO by Apr. 8, 1983. A petition to extend time, appro- 
priate fee, and Response (X) signed by Respondent and 
accompanied by a certificate of mailing were received in 
the PTO on May 18, 1983 — a 40-day difference be- 
tween the date on the certificate of mailing and the PTO 
receipt date. 

Any amendments to the application would also be due 
by Apr. 8, 1983. An amendment (Response XI) signed 
by Respondent and accompanied by a ceriificate of mail- 
ing signed by one of Mr. Klein's secretaries was re- 
ceived in the PTO on Apr. 18, 1983 — an 8-10-day dif- 
ference between the date on the certificate of mailing 
and the PTO receipt date. 

i DISCUSSION 

Government asserts in Count I that by representing, 
or allowing another to represent, that Responses I-XI 
were mailed to the PTO on certain dates when Respon- 
dent knew or should have known that the Resftonses 
were in fact mailed to the PTO after the represented 
dates, Respondent did willfully engage in conduct in- 
volving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation, 
in violation of 37 C.F.R. §1.344 and DR 1-102(AX4) of 
the Code, and failed to comply with the "candor and 
good faith standard" as stated by the Supreme Court in 
Kingsland v. Dorsey, 338 U.S. 318, 319 (1949), in viola- 
tion of the "duty of candor and gcxxl faith" required of 
attorneys under 37 C.F.R. §1.56. In Count II, Govern- 
ment claims that in mailing the Responses after the due 
dates. Respondent neglected legal matters entrusted to 
him, in violation of 37 C.F.R. §1.344 and DR 6- 
101(AK3) of the Code. Government charges in Counts 
III and IV that Respondent falsely answered Require- 
ments for Information A and B in violation of 37 C.F.R. 
§1.344 and DR 1- 102(A) and the candor and good faith 
standard stated in Kingsland v. Dorsey, supra, and re- 
quired under 37 C.F.R. §1.56. 

Respondent claims his office and mailing procedures, 
which will be discussed in more detail, ensure that all 
PTO due dates are diligently met, and that when he 
signed the certificates of mailing, he had a reasonable 
basis to expect that the correspondence would be mailed 
on the dates indicated on the respective certificates of 
mailing. He contends, therefore, that any delays which 
occurred were the result of miscarriages in service by 
the Postal Office or erroneous PTO mailroom date 
stamping. Respondent avers that when Requirements A 
and B were answered, Klein & Vibber'sr office mailing 
procedures were thoroughly reviewed md the informa- 
tion supplied to the PTO was correct td the best of Re- 
spondent's knowledge at the time of the kubmission. 

This long and cumbersome proceeding revolves pri- 
marily around Respondent's office mailing practices, the 
reliability of the U.S. Postal Service, and date stamping 
procedures of the PTO mailroom. 

/. Klein A Vibber Office Practices 

Both sides presented lengthy testimony and numerous 
exhibits relating to the docketing and mailing practices 



of Klein A Vibber. Office personnel were represented as 
cognizant of the importance of PTO due dates. Respon- 
dent represented that various "reminder" mechanisms 
and back-up systems to herald the approach of due dates 
existed over the past few years. At least three successive 
junior associates at Klein & Vibber formulated and were 
primarily responsible for reminders, recordkeeping, and 
outgoing mail from Klein & Vibber to the PTO. The 
first of the former attorneys responsible for such over- 
sight testified that PTO papers were correctly prepared 
and packaged and return-receipt postcards included*^ in 
order to determine if the PTO received the papers.^/ (V 
-139, III-104) Mr. Klein's secretary, who appears to 
also have office management responsibility, testified the 
firm sends papers to the PTO on the same date the pa- 
pers are signed*^ (IV- 13), and a postage meterstrip is ap- 
plied at the firm to envelopes on the same date the enve- 
lopes are mailed. (IV- 174) 

The firm maintains an outgoing mail log wherein 
entries daily are made of PTO papers sent from the firm. 
'^ TTie first of the attorneys responsible for the mail log 
testified that originally only entries of those papers sent 
by their courier'"^ were made, since he believed 
photocopies of the firm's certificates of mailing were 
sufficient. CV-139, 142) He testified that the. date of the 
firm's receipt of the return-receipt postcard was the cor- 
rect entry date into the log and instructed his successor 
in this practice. (V-137-8, 140, 142-3) 

Although the originals of Klein & Vibber's mail logs 
were requested. Respondent instead supplied copies of 
some of the outgoing mail log pages (GX-14) and the 
covers of the original volumes. (GX-50) Absent are 
the originals of the outgoing volumes inclusive of Re- 
sponses I-XI. Failure to produce the originals is lamen- 
table and not excused. Respondent's counsel represent- 
ed at the hearing that the d(x;uments may have been 
lost in Klein & Vibber's then-recent move to a new lo- 
cation; however, since these documents were requested 
as early as Nov. 19, 1984 (Solicitor's First Formal Re- 
quest for Production of Documents, Nov. 19, 1984), 
and an Order was entered on May 24, 1985, special 
care should have been taken to ensure the safeguarding 
of these documents. Many of the copies are illegible or 
difficult to decipher. Moreover, it is highly suspicious 
that among the copies provided, relevant log pages are 

rtheless, even the copies provided demonstrate 
irregularities in the mailings of Responses I-XI. In 45 of 
the 56 papers involved, which are not subject to charges 
of wrongdoing, the second entry date is a date after the 
PTO receipt date. /i/ Government Exhibit 47 reveals that 
this second date entry is the Klein & Vibber postcard re- 
ceipt date. TTie entries, however, for Responses I-XI 
stand in mute contrast to those of the 45 other papers. 

°' Klein & Vibber, as well as most finns that correspond with (he PTO, 
include return-receipt postcards with filings that must meet fHD deadlines. 
, This provides a record of the date of receipt in the PTO- 

^ Mr. Klein's sccreury testified that it is the general practice of the 
firm to include retum-receipi postcards with papers filed in the PTO (III- 
104) and when they are returned, to put thctn into the clients' respective 
files (111-131-2) Nonetheless, although Respondent claims to have 
searched for them, return-receipt postcards for Responses 11, IV, X, and XI 
are missing. 

*^ In Requirement B, however, the item in entry (3). a patent amend- 
ment, had a typed date difTerenl from the date the firm's mail log indicates 
it was mailed. (GX-37 al 009) Mr Klein's secretary's testimony was 
contradicted in significant particulars. Set testimony regarding the general 
practice of the firm regarding certificates of mailing, infra, at 16; leslimony 
regarding Mr. Klein's secretary's identity of the author of the mail log en- 
try in Response 111. infra, at 9, note 13; evidence of checks sent to the 
PTO, infra, at 1 1 

*' Two attorneys testified thai occasionally other firm members would 
make entries into the log (V-M4-6, 142-3. 157) 

'^' Klein & Vibber maintained the use of a commercial courier same- 
day mailing service until Mar Ig, 1983. 

"/ See GX-14 Fifteen out of 80 pages are absent. 

'^'' See GX-14; 15. 16. 



missing 
Neverth" 



1089 TMOG 16 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



April S. 1988 



In Responses III."-' VIII, and IX,'*^ the second entry 
date b the PTO receipt date rather than the KJein & 
Vibber return-receipt postcard date. For Responses VI, 
X, and XI, there simply are no second date entries. 
There are no indicia in the mail logs that the papers in 
Responses IV and VII had even been mailed to the 
PTO nor was any copy provided of the outgoing mail 
log pages for the date Response V was allegedly mailed. 
Although the firm stopped using their courier service on 
Mar. 18, 1983, the entry dates for the three Responses 
mailed thereafter (Responses IX, X, 11) are the last 
entries on the respective pages. This might be expected 
while the firm was using their courier service, however, 
it is less likely that the outgoing date entries would con- 
tinue to appear as the last entry on the page. 

When questioned about the appearance of two differ- 
ent log dates for the return-receipt postcards, the first of 
the firm's junior associates testified it is possible that 
other firm members, including himself, may have written 
into the mail log the PTO receipt date rather than the 
Klein A Vibber receipt date. (V-162) 

Respondent maintains that his client correspondence 
indicates that the papers involved were mailed on the 
dates appearing on the respective certificates of mailing. 
Mr. Klein's secretary testified that it was the general 
practice at Klein & Vibber when filing papers in the 
PTO to inform clients of this by letter on the same day 
or sometimes after Responses are filed. (IV-16-7, 161) 
Only in Responses V and VIII, however, did the corre- 
spondence contain the same date as the one appearing 
on the certificate of mailing accompanying the PTO fil- 
ings. In eight other instances they were dated later.'-'-' 
This hardly reflects a "practice" of same-day transmittal! 
Moreover, what Respondent told his clients were the 
maihng dates is not as significant or reliable as when the 
letters were actually mailed.'*' 

In the Requirement for Information A and B in the 
Prasil and Samsinakova applications, respectively. Re- 
spondent stated that the entry dates in the mail logs re- 
fer to the PTO receipt date. The entry date to item (1) 
in Requirement A, however, does not reflect the PTO 
receipt date. (GX-38, 36) In Requirement B, Respon- 
dent answered that the four items in the mail log in 
question were mailed with certificates of mailing; how- 
ever, items 1. 2, 3 were not mailed with certificates of 
mailing. (GX-37) 

Respondent claims the associate attorney currently re- 
sponsible for the mail log and record keeping with the 
firm assisted him in responding to the Requirement for 
Information and researching the factual aspects of the 
questions. (lV-192) That attorney avers he thoroughly 
reviewed the office files and outgoing mail logs, and 
questioned the secretarial staff about office procedure. 
(IV- 192-4) He testified that it was his understanding 
and belief that the date entered into the firm's outgoing 
mail log was the PTO receipt date. (IV-206) He testified 
that he never noticed the distinction between the PTO 



13/ 



The second junior member of the firm had primary responsibility 



for mail log entries duniig the time period of Response 111; however, the 
handwriting Tor the Jan 27. I9t3. second dau entry (Response 111) does 
not at all resemble his handwnting (RX-3S2; GX-14) despite testimony by 
Mr Klein's secretary that the entry was made by that member (IV- 1 38-9) 

'^^ These are the Responses in which Respondent was qtiened in the 
vanous PTO Requirement for Information (GX-3S, 39. 40) 

''^ No evidence of a letter to a client was offered in Response IV. The 
letter referring to Response X is discussed mfn at 13. 

'^' Respondent also relies on evidence of his European inp to bolster 
his argument that, at least with regard to Response I. the June 2. 1981. dale 
represented on the certificate of mailing is correct. The PTO date of re- 
ceipt for Response 1 a July 2, 1981 The evidence indicates Respondent 
commenced his trip on June 9, I98t Although there is no evidence indicat- 
ing the date of Respondent's return, his conversations held with the Patent 
esaminer regardmg Response 1 during the weeks of June 29. 1981 and July 
6. 1911 (RX-364. 369. 3«6) and his itinerary (RX-370) point to a return 
date around June 29. 1981 Had Respondent's flight record and passport 
been introduced, the precise date of his return would probably have been 
shown. None of Respondent's evidence contradicu a mailing date of a few 
days before July 2, 19(1 



receipt date and the Klein & Vibber return-receipt post- 
card date until, upon receiving the Notice of Proceed- 
ing, he became aware that this was an issue. (IV-20S-6) 
Thereafter, upon re-checking the postcards against the 
mail log entries, he discovered the distinction. (IV-208; 
V- 105-6) 

That attorney testified that in June and July of 1984 ii 
was his understanding that the Klein & Vibber practice, 
based on information provided by the firm's personnel 
on the use of the mail log, was to enter the PTO receipt 
date as the second entry date. (RX-451) The evidence 
indicates, however, this had not been the firm's prior 
practice during the time period relevant to the mailings 
under consideration here.'^'' He further stated that some- 
time shortly after Aug. 20, 1984, "it became known to 
him that in 1982 and 1983 some of the entries in the 
Klein & Vibber outgoing mail log for the PTO's receipt 
date were entered incorrectly." (RX-451, at 3) It ap- 
pears he must have been unfamiliar with the very outgo- 
ing mail log practices to which he was assigned research 
responsibility, since the first attorney's testimony reveals 
that the Klein & Vibber return-receipt postcard date was 
the mail log entry date. (GX-47, GX-16 at 003-5) As 
for question 2(a) in Requirement B, Respondent present- 
ed no evidence, testimony, or explanation for his errone- 
ous answer.'*' 

Klein & Vibber is a small firm and the evidence indi- 
cates Respondent was the firm's leading practitioner. 
(IV- 11 5-20) He cannot reasonably claim he was only 
generally aware of or imprecisely informed about the 
outgoing mail log practice, since he himself had made 
notations in it and had made it a practice to spot check 
or review entries. (GX-38 at 016-7; V-111) 

Respondent claims since it is relatively easy and inex- 
pensive to obtain extensions of time from the PTO, he 
would have no motivation to backdate the certificates of 
mailing. Not only were further extensions of time not 
possible for Responses I, VI, and VII, the fact that an 
attorney may file for extensions and pay a fee is periph- 
eral to this case; the question here is whether the repre- 
sentation made in what is essentially an honor system 
that certain acts were performed in a timely fashion 
were, in fact, so performed. Whether the act need not 
have been executed at that particular time or whether a 
further extension could have been granted goes to the 
circumstances. 



//. Checks and Check Writing Practices of Klein A 
Vibber 

On Mar. 26, 1986, the hearing record was reopened, 
over the vigorous objection of Respondent, for the limit- 
ed purpose of introducing evidence regarding the Klein 
& Vibber checks which accompanied Responses II, III, 
VII, and IX./e/ 

When Government exhibits 58-61 and Respondent's 
exhibits lOA, part A & B, are considered together, they 
constitute a more complete compilation of the checks 
Klein A Vibber used in business transactions with the 
PTO from Oct. 7, 1982, to Dec. 29, 1983. The checks in 
RRX-10 reflect that they were used in numerical order 
generally corresponding with chronological order. The 
dates of the checks accompanying Responses II, II, VII, 
and IX. however, are out of chronological order when 
compared with the dates of the checks which bracket 
them. In Response II, the two pertinent checks are num- 
bered 1181 and 1182 and are dated Nov. 23, 1982. The 
three preceding checks numbered 1176-1 178-''''' are dated 
from Nov. 26, 1982, to Nov. 29, 1982. Since the three 
checks numerically subsequent to check numbers 1181 
and 1182 are dated in chronological order on Nov. 29, 



17 f 
IS/ 



19/ 



Set testimony, supra at I (V-140. 143-4, IM). 
Set discussion of this Requirement, sypn at 6 
The issue of the check accompanying Response X was addressed 



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and 1182 are dated in chronological order on Nov. 29, 
1982^", it appears that check numbers 1181 and 1182 
were actually made out on Nov. 29, 1982. Moreover, 
Nov. 29, 1982, is the date of the letter in which Respon- 
dent informed his client that Response II had been sent 
to the PTO. (RX-375) 

In Response III, the pertinent check is numbered 1237 
and dated Jan. 14, 1983. The fourteen preceding checks 
numbered 1221 to 1236^^' are dated from Jan. 8, 1983, to 
Jan. 24, 1983. Since the eight checks numerically subse- 
quent to check number 1237 are all dated in chronologi- 
cal order from Jan. 25, 1983, to Jan. 31, 1983, it appears 
that check number 1237 was actually made out on Jan. 
24, 1983, or Jan. 25, 1983. Moreover, Jan. 25, 1983, is 
the date of the letter in which Respondent informed his 
client that Response HI had been sent to the PTO. (RX- 
381) 

In Response VII, the pertinent check is numbered 
1303 and dated Mar. 14, 1983. The fifteen preceding 
checks numbered 1288 to 1302 are dated from Mar. 14, 
1983, to Mar. 24, 1983. Since the eight checks numeri- 
cally subsequent to check number 1303 are all dated in 
chronological order from Mar. 28, 1983, to Mar. 31, 
1983, it appears that check number 1303 was actually 
made out sometime between Mar. 24, 1983, and Mar. 27, 
1983. Moreover, Mar. 24, 1983, is the date of the letter 
in which Respondent informed his client that Response 
VII had been sent to the PTO. (RX^t07) 

In Response IX, the pertinent check is numbered 1312 
and dated Mar. 30, 1983. TTie three preceding checks 
numbered 1309 to 1311 are dated Mar. 31, 1983. Since 
all the checks subsequent to check number 1312 contain 
dates from Apr. 4, 1983, on, it appears that check num- 
ber 1312 was actually made sometime between Mar. 31, 
1983 and Apr. 4, 1983. Moreover, Apr. 4, 1983, is the 
date of the letter in which Respondent informed his cli- 
ent that Response IX had been sent to the PTO. (RX- 
427) 

In Response X, the check is numbered 2833 and dated 
Apr. 8, 1983. Mr. Klein's secretary testified that one 
checkbook pre-printed with pay to the order of "Com- 
missioner of Patents and Trademarks" was used for 
Klein & Vibber's business transactions with the PTO. 
(IV-109-112, 182-8) Unlike the checks accompanying 
Responses II, III, VII, and IX, as well as all the other 
checks sent to the PTO as shown in RRX-IOA, check 
number 2833 is not pre-printed; instead, "Commissioner 
of Patents and Trademarks" is hand-written. Moreover, 
check number 2833 is numerically unrelated to the se- 
quence of checks within the Apr. 8, 1983, timeframe: the 
check numbers for the month of April range from 1313 
to 1345. It is evident that check number 2833 was taken 
from a check book different from the pre-printed one 
used in Klein & Vibber's normal course of business. 
Only a portion of Respondent's letter to his client dated 
Apr. II, 1983 was offered into evidence and contains no 
reference to Response X or a petition for extension of 
time. (RX-436(T)>?-''' 

There are fifteen chronologically out of sequence 
checks, other than the five suspect checks, in the ap- 
proximately 400 checks sent by Klein & Vibber to the 
PTO from Oct. 1982 to Dec. 1983.^*' (RRX-IOA) Re- 
spondent's counsel sutes that the affidavit of one of Mr. 
Klein's secretaries indicates that the 27 missing checks 
from RRX-IOA were also chronologically out of se- 
quence; however, there is no representation at all of the 
date sequencing of the missing checks. (RRX-IOA, AfTi- 

' Respondent objects to presenting a sequencing of checks bracketing 
the suspect check. This method is valid, however, since the survey of sev- 
eral checks numerically prior and subsequent to a suspect check presents a 
reliable portrayal of chronological sequencing. 

■'■''check numbers 1232 and 1235 are shown as missing on RRX-IOA 
The letter refers to an "eingabe" which Mr Klein's secretary testi- 
fied means "amendment " (IV-45-50) 

*'■''' ITiese fifteen checks are numbered 1171. 1199, 1261, 1263. 1324, 
1328. 1362, 1363, 1407. 1409, 1488, 1495, 1512. 1534. and 1568. Respondent 
claims there are 26 out of sequence checks, but a perusal of RRX-IOA re- 
veals only 15 non-scquenlial checks. 



davit at 3) Moreover, of the fifteen, nine are dated later 
rather than back-dated in relation to the bracketing 
checks. TTiis is consonant with testimony that the vari- 
ous secretaries kept loose sheets of three checks each in 
their desks and that sometimes unused checks became 
"relatively stale." (IV-UO-l; RRX-IOA, Affidavit at 2) 
Although Mr. Klein's secreury testified that checks 
were torn out of the checkbook in a random manner (IV 
-111), the relatively few out of sequence checks belies 
"randomness." Further, the dates of every sequence of 
two or more consecutive checks prepared by Mr. 
Klein's secretary are in chronological sequence except 
the five suspect checks. (RRX- IOC, Affidavit at 2 and 
RRX-IOA, Ex. 5 A and 5B) 

Respondent intrixluced a compilation of checks from 
Klein & Vibber for the first part of 1984. (RRX-UA 
and IIB) Although there is a demonstrably significant 
increase in the percentage of out of sequence check dat- 
ing, this time period is well after the relevant time peri- 
od. Also, from May i >83, Respondent was aware that 
the PTO was investigating his certificate of mailing 
practice. (GX-33 AND 35). 

///. PTO Mailroom Practice 

Under 37 C.F.R. §1.8, papers filed in the PTO are 
considered timely if accompanied by a certificate of 
mailing suting the date of mail deposit.'^' In Respon- 
dent's Responses I-XI, there are substantial delays be- 
tween the certificates of mailing dates accompanying 
these papers and the PTO receipt dates. 

The supervisor of PTO incoming mail section testified 
resp>ecting the standardized procedures and actual prac- 
tices in the PTO mailroom. After the PTO mailroom re- 
ceives delivery of mail from the U.S. Postal Service, 
which arrives in bags and trays, the mail is placed in 
cabinets marked with the Postal Service receipt date. 0- 
263) When the analysts (mailroom employees) process 
the mail, they date stamp the mail to correspond to the 
Post OflTice receipt date. Cabinets containing mail with 
receipt dates that are not then being process are locked. 
(II-338-9) Analysts first process, chronologically, the 
oldest mail in the cabinets by hand, and date stamp each 
individual document, one at a time. Before analysts be- 
gan new date processing, all mail with prior dates are 
processed and removed from their desks. (1-267-8) Prior 
to changing the date stamp, analysts first check with the 
sufiervisor to make certain the date on their date stamp 
is correct. The supervisor testified that date stamping is 
the most important function of the incoming mail sec- 
tion and this fact is stressed to the analysts. After ana- 
lysts date stamp the incoming mail, fee papers are coded 
and sent to the PTO's Finance Branch which stamps its 
processing date on those documents; they are then 
stamped with a receipt date within a patent examining 
group, and returned to the mailr(x>m for distribution to 
the various branches of the PTO.'^*' This acts as an in- 
ternal mechanism to aid in checking dates, since the Fi- 
nance Branch and other PTO groups, working within 
the same time frame as the PTO mailroom, will question 
a date stamp that appears to be outside the correct time 
frame. (RX-68 at 67) Supervisors also make spot checks 
of the dates stamped. (1-283-4; RX-68 at 31) 

^■'' 37 C.F.R. {1.8 was changed to permit the practice of including a 
certificate of mailing to accompany most papers for timely filing m the 
PTO. The history of this rule indicates it was changed in part to reassure 
attorneys in all parts of the country that they would all be in the same posi- 
tion with regard to differences in mailing time Set 41 Fed Reg. 24895 
(1976); 41 Fed. Reg 43720 (1976); 42 Fed Reg 2632 (1977). 43 Fed Reg 
20458 (1978), 47 Fed Reg. 47380 (1982); and 48 Fed Reg 2696 (1983). 37 
C F.R. {18 does not eslend to filing dales for patent applications, since, as 
a more cntical dale than the other filings, the use of Expre» Mail as the 
date of deposit with the US Postal Service was seen as less susceptible to 
misuse than certificates of mailing. 48 Fed Reg 2702 (1983) 

^°'Non-fee papers are presorted, contain the group stamp date, and are 
sent directly to the vanous PTO branches (1-282-3) 



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OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



April S, 1988 



Since the PTO receives approximately 20,000 papers 
per day and 5,000,000 papers per year, mistakes do oc- 
cur. (1-298; RX-68 at 40) A log book is kept to record 
errors made in date stamping in which is entered, with 
the knowledge of the Supervisor, the date and type of 
error and the analyst's number.^'^ The erroneously date- 
stamped mail is then retrieved and the incorrect date 
cancelled out with a special stamp and restamped with 
the proper date. The most common date stamp error is 
the failure to turn the stamp to the next business day.^*^ 
The supervisor of the incoming mail section stated that 
most mistakes are discovered before the mail leaves the 
mailroom. (1-294). 

Respondent contends numerous date stamping errors 
occur in the mailroom, many of which are not reflected 
in the log book. The log book contains a record of date 
stamping errors as reported by the analysts. Therefore, 
the accuracy of the log book is dependent upon the hon- 
esty and integrity of the analysts. Respondent claims 
that the log books are used by the supervisors to evalu- 
ate analysts' job performance which relates directly to 
promotions and performance awards, thereby providing 
a disincentive for analysts to report such errors. ^'^ 

Although date stamping errors do occasionally occur 
and some may pass unnoticed, the evidence is convinc- 
ing that date stamping errors occur infrequently. The 
log book entries and testimony of the two supervisory 
employees reveal that such errors constitute under 1 
percent of documents date stamped. (RX-68 at 148, 
66A, 67A) The high volume of mail the PTO receives 
does not induce date stamping errors, since the date 
stamp is set prior to the processing of the mail received 
in the PTO on a particular date. Moreover, the analysts' 
immediate supervisor during the relevant time f>eriod 
and who the mail facility supervisor described as the 
most knowledgeable person in the incoming mailroom 
(VI-84), testified she did not consult the log book for 
evaluation of the analysts. (1-297, II-324-5) Respondent 
attempts to infer that since two of the analysts who date 
stampied two of the eleven papers involved in this pro- 
ceeding had committed prior date stamping errors and 
had not been promoted or given performance awards, 
the log book is indeed used to evaluate analysts. The in- 
coming mail supervisor explained, however, that one of 
the analysts had already been at the highest promotion 
level and that during the other analyst's time at the 
PTO, there were no available slots for promotion. (II- 
375, 390-1) Further, she characterized those analysts as 
dedicated and qualified employees. (11-463) 

The overall evidence adduced from the detailed testi- 
mony of knowledgeable persons and the voluminous 
number of exhibits demonstrate the reliability of the 
PTO mailroom practices and standardized procedures 
for accurately date stamping incoming mail. The opera- 
tion of the PTO mailroom is not found to have contrib- 
uted to the delays which form the basis of these charges. 
In fact, the mailroom personnel appear to be extremely 
diligent and highly successfiil in their continuing efforts 
to reliably carry out the important date stamping and 
other functions of the PTO. 

///. Respondent's Certificate of Mailing Practice and De- 
termination of Relevant Data 

Until Mar. 18, 1983, the firm of Klein & Vibber used 
a courier service to deliver papers to the PTO the same 
day they were picked up at the firm's New York City 
location. (GX-33) It was the general practice at Klein A 



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An error book i> aho kepi wherein are logged, contrary to Respon- 



dent's ponrayaJ of the composition of the error book, mutako other than 
dale ttamping errors, such as misrouting or placing a dale sump on the 
back of a document. (ll-MO-t). 

^^^ This could result in a + 3-day error if the aflecled mail is received m 
the PTO on a weekend and the following Monday » a holiday. (1-294-;) 

^^ The Tesiimony of Ihe supervisor for the entire mailroom indicated 
that the log book was used in some circumstances for personnel evalua- 
tions. (VI-BI, 83) The incoming mail section supervisor, however, testified 
that the log book was not an evaluative tool. 



Vibber that the only papers not sent by their courier 
were those not ready by 4 p.m. for their courier to pick 
up. (GX-33) If a paper was not ready for the courier, it 
was mailed to the PTO with a certificate of mailing. Ac- 
cording to Resp>ondent, some of the documents may 
have been mailed from one of three locations from Klein 
& Vibber's Westpori, Conn., office. (GX-35>'0/ Mr. 
Klein's secretary testified that documents were mailed 
from the New York City firm at a mail box (or collec- 
tion box) on Madison Ave., between 39th and 40th Sts. 
(III-llO) She further testified that the date under the 
signature indicates the date the document was mailed.-"'^ 
(Ill- 1 34-5); IV-27). Respondent asserts that a posuge 
meterstrip was applied at the firm to the envelopes on 
the same day the envelopes were mailed. (IV- 174) Cer- 
tificates of mailing were signed either by attorneys and 
agents at Klein & Vibber or the person who mailed the 
papers. (V-8-10) 

The PTO obtained the papers at issue in this proceeding 
through the PTO's PALM III data base in which, from 
1979, relevant information such as attorney registration 
numbers are entered. (1-71) This is the software program 
by which information relating to registered patent attor- 
neys and agents is maintained on a current basis. Respon- 
dent's secretary testified all patent applications sent by the 
office of Klein & Vibber are filed with a Combined Decla- 
ration and Power of Attorney in Original Application 
Form which contains Respondent Klein's registration 
number. (IV- 116-8) The PTO relied on the computer 
printout to prepare its investigation of this case to retrieve 
papers where it appeared Respondent had power of attor- 
ney and the papers were accompanied by a certificate of 
mailing. (I-198>''^' All patent applications, other than the 
most recent ones, of Respondent's in the PTO PALM III 
data base were reviewed, and the oldest certificate of 
mailing date on a paper purporiedly signed by Respon- 
dent was June 2, 1981. (GX-3 at 003) Nothing with a 
PTO mailroom date of receipt later than May 31, 1983 
was searched — the time after which Respondent was 
aware of the PTO's investigation. 

A total of 56 papers from Klein & Vibber were found 
in the PTO record search. (GX-3 and 16 at Annex) Of 
these. Respondent purportedly signed 25 of the papers 
while other attorneys or agents at Klein & Vibber 
signed the remaining 31. Signatures on certificates of 
mailing were not used as the basis for distinguishing Re- 
spondent's papers from those of others at the firm, since, 
under 37 C.F.R. §1.346, the attorney who signs the pa- 
tent application papers is the person responsible for 
those papers.-*-*' Respondent's expert witness regarding 
statistics testified that there are statistical problems in 
grouping papers signed by Respondent and those signed 
by others, since both groups contain certificates of mail- 
ing signed by Respondent. (VI-IOO) As agency counsel 
argues, however, it is highly unlikely that any incentive 
would exist to back-date a certificate of mailing accom- 
panying papers signed by another attorney and thereby 
compromise the position of the other attorney. Thus, 

^^ It appears (hat Klein A Vibber's business was primarily conducted 
from its New York Cily location. The Wcslptirt office a( the relevant lime 
did not maintain separate copies of oulgoing mail logs, files, eic While Ihe 
existence of a Wesiport office was asserted, no finding is made thai there 
was any mailing from thai location. The nature of (he office operation de- 
scribed by Respondent, including (he records, logbooks, etc.. do no( sup- 
port or reconcile wi(h ihe exis(cnce of an operadng office in Wesiport. 
Conn. 

^'^ See alio testimony of other secretarial staff. (V-IT) 

^*^ The paralegal specialist wi(h (he PTO who culled informaiion from 
(he printout, testified upon cross-euimination that she did not know the 
printout to be 100 percen( accurate (1-2 1 8-9) However, the PTO's super- 
visory computer sys(ems analys( testified that appropriale data for every 
patent application filed b fed in(o the computer. (1-72) See GX-IS and 16 

■*•*' Respondent attempts lo remove (wo of (he documents involved 
here, (he Klinkhard( and Menges applications, from consideration, since 
Respondent, who signed the papers, did not sign the cer(ifica(es of mailing. 
See V-ll. 15-7, if this were permiKed. however, (hen an adomey could 
avoid responsibility simply by engaging another pers.in to sign certificates 
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1089 TMOG 19 



grouping by signature on the patent documents them- 
selves is the proper criterion for comparison. Moreover, 
it is insignificant that trademark applications were ex- 
cluded from the population of documents investigated. 
Although Klein & Vibber handles trademark applica- 
tions (IV- II), the evidence indicates that at most, five 
trademark papers were filed from Klein & Vibber for 
the relevant time period accompanied by certificates of 
mailing. J*/ (GX-14; RX-3I8-324) Of these five, three 
were inter-parties trademark opposition where, unlike 
the ex-parte proceedings at issue here, the motivation to 
back-date is minimal. J^' (GX-14 at 109, 121, 137) 
Respondent argues that since approximately 2,000 
pieces of correspondence were sent from Klein & 
Vibber to the PTO during 1981-1983, the relevant popu- 
lation should be 2,000 rather than 56 or 25. If so, then of 
the 2,000 pieces of coFrespondence, only 1 1 experienced 
delays — or less than 1 percent. However, papers sent 
with a certificate of mailing are the relevant documents 
for consideration here. Only 56 papers were sent from 
Klein & Vibber with certificates of mailing via the U.S. 
Postal Service. As previously stated, the general prac- 
tice at Klein & Vibber was to send documents via their 
courier service until Mar. 18, 1983. (GX-33 at 1) Of the 
56 papers accompanied by certificates of mailing, Re- 
spondent signed 25 patent papers; therefore, the percent- 
age of papers at issue here which experienced delay is 
11/25 (jr 44 percent. I conclude that that is a discrete 
population which is appropriate to consider in this pro- 
ceeding. 

IV. U.S. Postal Service Time 

Carolynne Seeman, who was uncontested as the most 
knowledgeable person in the country about the U.S. 
Postal Service's Origin-Destination Information System 
(ODIS), testified regarding expected service times for 
first class mail to go from one part of the country to an- 
other. ODIS measures mail volume and service time (de- 
livery time) — the time it takes an average piece of mail 
to go from point A to point B. She testified that the 
maximum number of days for correctly addressed first 
class mail with proper posuge to go from any point in 
the country to another is 5 days, with consistency at the 
4-day mark. (11-522) For mail sent from New York City 
or Westport, Conn., to Washington, DC, that is cor- 
rectly zip-coded, stamped, and deposited before 5 p.m. 
(in order to receive a postmark for that day of deposit), 
8 percent are delivered in 1 day, 73 percent under 2 
days, and 91 percent under 3 days. (11-491) For the fis- 
cal years 1981-1983, the Postal Service achieved a 2-day 
delivery standard approximately 85-90 percent of the 
time. (RX-19, Table 5; RX-20. Table 6) The "worst 
case" evidence is indicated in the ODIS Area to Sutes 
Report, which does not measure achievement of service 
standards since all first-class mail, including those with 
incorrect zip-codes, stale meterstrips, or deposited with 
the Postal Service after the last collection of the day (all 
of which are sender-controllable variables) constitute the 
sample population. (GX-28>^«'^ This Report reveals the 
average service time from New York City to Washing- 
ton, D.C, during 1981-1983 for letters was 2.44 days 
and for flats was 3.06 days. The data for the same period 
from New Haven and Stamford, Conn., to Washington, 
D.C, indicates an even lower service time. (GX-25) 

Respondent claims reliance on ODIS is misplaced. 
Delays due to events such as transport breakdowns or 
weather affect timely delivery of mail. Moreover, since 
the volume of mail is so large, he contends a statistical 
sampling cannot reveal individual mail problems. (VII- 

■" ^ Although Ihe current junior attorney testified that 25 percent of 
Klem and Vibber's work relates lo trademarks, he was not employed at (he 
firm during the relevant lime period. (IV-191-2) 



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See V-IOI. 



Ms. Seeman testified that first-class mail with unknown delivery 
dales would be expected to have comparable service times with mail with 
known delivery dates. (VIII-33-4) 



248) A General Accounting Office Report on ODIS 
(GAO Report) (RX-27) conducted in 1975 points out 
that vanous weaknesses of ODIS such as mingling the 
service standard information statistics with non-service 
standard reports, insufficient training of dau collection 
personnel, and advance warning of the day of mail test- 
ing, encourage manipulation of dau.-*^^ (II-514-5) Ms. 
Seeman testified that the first two problems identified by 
the GAO Report have been corrected. She also suted 
that some supervisors and accounting personnel have to 
be notified so that the mail to be tested is excluded and 
held aside from normal treatment. (11-515) The Postal 
Service, however, does send out a directive only to field 
people with a need to know, instructing them to refrain 
from disseminating information to the mail processing 
personnel. Although the GAO Report also criticized 
ODIS for measuring the time from the date of the post- 
mark rather than the date the piece of mail is actually 
deposited with the Postal Service, once the piece of mail 
enters the mail stream and receives a postmark,^*'^ the 
GAO characterized the sutistical basis for ODIS as val- 
id. ^'^ Respondent attempts to focus attention on situa- 
tions where pieces of mail are deposited in "dead" col- 
lection boxes or in those with infrequent pick-up days.*"' 
The location of the collection box used by Klein & 
Vibber in New York City is in a busy area. There is no 
evidence that this collection box is subject to interrupted 
or discontinued pick-ups. Moreover, mail deposited in 
this collection box from other members of Klein & 
Vibber was not subject to unusual service delays. 

The PTO in the course of its investigation compiled 
"Survey" data to compare service time experience from 
1981-1983 to the PTO from another New York City 
firm located one block away from Klein & Vibber and 
in the same New York City zip code. (GX-5-8; I-I76- 
86; III- 17) Since Respondent claims he may have mailed 
one or more of the responses from a location in the 
Westport, Conn., area, the service time experience of 
five other firms in that area were checked. (1-187; GX- 
35, 10-12) The daU collected from these firms were 
compared with the service time experienced by Respon- 
dent in papers where he appears as signatory and by 
others in Klein & Vibber. All these firms as well as the 
other members of Klein & Vibber experienced service 
times comparable with the ODIS reporu. (11-503) The 
average mailings to the PTO per day from the firms re- 
lied on by the Government as well as by Respondent 
were calculated to determine the total population of 
mail from each firm. The total percentage of mail which 
experienced a service time greater than 7 days was a lit- 
tle under 1 percent. (RX-11, 15; GX-54, 55) In ana- 
lyzing the available information, it appears from Nov. 
1982 to May 31, 1983, Respondent was the signatory on 
22 mailings accompanied by certificates of mailing to the 
PTO. Of these 22, 10 Responses under consideration 
here, or 45 percent, allegedly took over 7 days to get to 
the PTO. (GX-18) Compare Respondent's alleged ser- 
vice time experience with the experience of others. 
Among the 30 mailings of the other associates in Klein 

•' ' In 1975, the GAO reported a prt>blem with manipulation of dau in 
Detroit (VII-181). and Ms Seeman testified that there have been, perhaps, 
no more than five o(her ins(ances of manipulation since 1970 (Vll-IM) 

■**' Ms Seeman testified (hat an assumption is made that (he mail is de- 
livered (he day i( is (esled She suted if mail were not delivered the same 
day. ii would be delivered the following day. but that this occurrence 
would add an insignificani percentage to delivery time (11-516) 

^ The Brookings InstKudon Director of Education Programs, leslified 
(hat, in direct contradiction lo the GAO Repon, the sutisdcal basis for 
ODIS IS invalid The Director, however, a not an eipen on service time 
(VII-235) and throughout his tesKmony, made vanous erroneous remarks 
such as suiing (be Postal (Servicr has no standards for delivery time for 
(hird-class flats (VII-238) when, in fact, Ms Seeman leslified such stan- 
dards do exist. (VIII-g3-S) 

*"'' Respondent also raises the issue of the actual time it lakes for a 
piece of mail to reach the hands of the addressee; however, this is irrele- 
vant, since It is Ihe date of receipt at (he local Washington. D.C. post of- 
fice, which the PTO uses as its receipt date, that is of concern here. 



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April 5, 1988 



& Vibber, exceeded 7 days delivery time to the PTO. 
(GX-18A) In the Survey data, of the 178 mailings, 2 
exceeded 7 days, or 1.1 percent, delivery time to the 
PTO. (GX-42 at 009) Of the 68 mailings in the Conn, 
data. took over 7 days to reach the PTO. (GX-IO-12. 
43) For the two New York City firms relied on by Re- 
spondent,*'^ 3 out of 528 mailings for the first firm, or 
0.6 percent, exceeded 7 days delivery time to the PTO 
(RX-IO, II) and 4 out of 616 mailings from the second 
firm,*-'-' or 0.6 percent, exceeded 7 days delivery time to 
the PTO. (RX-14, 15) The ODIS Reports refiect that 
for the relevant time period, 97.8 percent of the mail 
was delivered within 6 days*-*^ from New York City to 
Washington, D.C. and 98.84 percent was delivered with- 
in 6 days from Stamford and New Haven, Conn, to 
Washington, D.C. (GX-25) Thus, only 2.2 percent 
exceeded a service time of 6 days from New York City 
to Washington. D.C. and 1.2 percent exceeded a service 
time of 6 days from Stamford and New Haven. Conn, to 
Washington. D.C. In contrast. Respondent's alleged ser- 
vice time for II out of 25 of his mailings exceeded 1 
week. (GX-18, 42 at 009) The mailings of the other 
members of the Klein & Vibber firm, as well as all of 
the other examples except the Respondent, comport 
with the ODIS Reports expecUtions. (GX-I8A) 

Respondent did not rebut the statistical reliability of 
the Survey data samples or the calculations performed 
to arrive at the sutistical results.**' (GX-41-45A) Re- 
spondent asserts, however, that the data lack validity 
since the Survey and Conn, cases data are not random 
samples and are. therefore, not representative of the cor- 
responding population; the samples, instead, refer to the 
particular firm from which the data were drawn. A sta- 
tistical inference about a total population, thus, cannot 
be drawn therefrom. (VI-105. 128-33) 

Much testimony and discussion abounds regarding the 
proper characteristics of a random sample: from consid- 
eration of whether all patent and trademark applications 
from the zip code in question should have constituted 
the sample population to the use of a random numbers 
table. (VI-103, 120) In fact. Respondent's expert witness 
testified that the purest, most accepuble method of gen- 
erating random samples is to consult a table of random 
numbers usually generated by a computer. (VI- 120) 
However, even such a table is not actually random, 
since the computer only simulates a random process. 
TTiis serves to illustrate the difficulties in obtaining a 
pure random sampling.*^' Even when reviewed in the 
best possible light for Respondent, if the data source 
firms deposited mail in the morning while the rest of the 
New York City or Conn, population deposited mail in 
the afternoon, then the Survey mean could be 2 days 
less than the New York City population as a whole. 
(Vni-32) Not only is this extreme situation unlikely, 
there was testimony that the New York firm generally 
deposits mail in the afternoon (111-26). The Survey data 
are, thus, close to that of the New York City popula- 
tion, and sender-controllable variables such as correct 

*'^ Using the Tigurn uid ledimjny supplied by Respondenl. Ihe ioi«l 
number of mailings was calculated by multiplying the average number of 
maihngs per day by 22 days <lhe average number of business days per 
month) and multiplying this figure by 8. the number of months under con- 
sideration— Nov 1982 to June 1983 

■^' From the teslimony, multiple papers were sometimes mailed in one 
envelope (V-43) Although there was testimony that the firm averaged 7 
pieces per day (RX-IJ). it is unclear what the number of mailings per day 
were If 7 papers mailed in 7 separate envelopes is high and 7 papers 
mailed in I envelope n low. H mailings is the average. The toul mailings 
were calculated using this figure 

The delivery time for letters and flats were calculated together 
A delivery time of within 6 days was chosen rather than over 7 days 
because after the "day 6 " category, the ODIS Reports percentages are cal- 
culated for a 7-10 day range category 

**^ Str testimony of the primary cummer at the PTO. (II-S24 and VIII 
-»I) 

*^^ See Nordic Fishenn, 4 Ocean Resources and Wildlife Reporter. 432. 
43* (1985). for a discussion of the level of "pure" random sampling re- 
quired to find suffKient and valid suiisiical calculalioiu. 



postage, proper address, ahd bias were taken into con- 
sideration.**' Mail is already sufficiently random for 
ODIS data, since calculations are made based upon de- 
livery. Respondent's expert witness, on the other hand, 
testified that even if all variables or sender-controllable 
fact differences are eliminated, the experience of one 
firm is not a valid indicator of the population as a 
whole. (VI- 1 29-33) For the purpose c^f transit time, 
however, it does not matter who deposits mail or for 
what reasons mail is deposited. *'' Moreover, it is reason- 
able to expect that a firm with a patent practice similar 
to that of Klein & Vibber will share the same need to' 
meet PTO deadlines, fill out certificates of mailing, and 
deposit mail.**' The PTO primary examiner, who ' 
performed the simple statistical analyses for the Survey 
such as a one-tailed T-test for comparing populations 
with an unknown standard deviation, found the Survey 
samples and Conn, sample size sutistically reliable.*'^ (II 
-553, 560) Of the total of 178 letters analyzed in the Sur- 
vey, 35 took 1 day for delivery, 88 took 2 days, and 3 
took 6 days (GX-41), for an average of 2.38 delivery 
days. (11-552) Although randomness is important, it is 
not necessary to have a pure random sampling in order 
to obtain a representative sample. 

The treatment and service time of fiats and third class 
mail were thoroughly explored. Respondent claims most 
of Klein & Vibber's mail is sent in flats rather than letter 
envelopes and attempts to show that first class tan-col- 
ored flats frequently are mistakenly soried with third- 
class mail fVII-236-7) due to similarity in color and 
size, location on the same sortation tables, manual rather 
than machine treatment, and postage rate checking. Re- 
spondent further asserts that ODIS reports do not take 
into account fiats never placed into the first-class mail 
stream (VII-255-6) nor does i« identify mail which had 
at some point been placed in the wrong mail stream. 
(VIII-60) 

Ms. Seeman testified that un-colored first-class flats 
were unlikely to be mistaken for third-class flats (VIII- 
30-1), since most third-class mail is deposited in bulk. 
Any flats from Klein & Vibber would have been indi- 
vidually mailed. (VIII-29, 31, 36-8, 62-3) Moreover, 
even if most of Respondent's mail is sent in flats, ^"^ Ms. 
Seeman testified first-class flats do not have significantly 
different service times from first-class letters from New 
York City or Conn, to Washington, D.C. Contrary to 
Respondent's assertions, Ms. Seeman stated that ODIS 
does have delivery standards for third-class flats and the 
Reports would reflect the extent that first-class flats are 
diverted into the third-class mail stream. (VI 1 1-36-8) 
The most telling point, however, is the comparison be- 
tween Respondent's service time experience with that of 
the other members of Klein & Vibber. As discussed ear- 
lier, none of the other attorneys and agents at the firm 
experienced over a 5-day service time to the PTO dur- 
ing the relevant time period. (GX-18 A) 

Although New York City poses special problems for 
delivery due to its size and transient population, Ms. 
Seeman testified most of the problems occur in delivery 
to New York City, not mailing from New York City to 
other poinu in the country. (11-518, 520) Moreover, any 
problems in delivery would be reflected in the Reports. 
(11-520) Even though New York City has been identi- 

**' Respondent attempted to show that bias exists in the New York lest 
firm, since that firm and Klein * Vibber share a client. The New York 
firm's attorney who testified was unaware of the identity of Respondent 
dunng the investigation until shortly before the heanng (111-42) and was 
asked only to provide information about his firm's service lime for mail 
sent to the PTO Copies of that firm's return-receipt postcards, which are 
sent with every paper filed in the PTO (111-19). correspond with the pa- 
pers themselves within the PTO (GX-7). 

*'' See VIlI-92-3. 

**^S«III-l»-29. 
-' The PTO primary examiner had been consulted in previous disci- 
plinary proceedings involving similar statistical issue (VIII-1 15-8) 

There is no evidence or testimony to this effect nor is it likely, other 
than in four of the papers, that the types of documents involved here 
would be mailed in flats. (GX-I9A) 



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fied as a problem area in terms of Postal Service goals. 
Respondent's alleged service time substantially exceeds 
the average service time for New York City. 

Delays in delivery occur. Everyone has had some 
complaint or story to relate. Nevertheless, the vast ma- 
jority of our mail is timely delivered. Respondent's strat- 
egy is to bury the Postal Service record in a sea of su- 
perfluous, tangental. ancilliary and extraneous allegations 
and horror stories. Although he has characterized agen- 
cy counsel's sutistical evidence as "voodoo statistics," 
(Respondent Reply Brief at 11), he, too, relies on equal- 
ly dispuuble statistical analyses. Nonetheless, the ODIS 
Reports, comparisons with the other firms in the area 
and with other members of Klein & Vibber, as well as 
common sense and shared experience with the F>ostal 
system are clearly convincing that the number and per- 
centage of Respondent's alleged mail delays were not at- 
tribuuble to the U.S. Postal Service. 

y. Requirements for Information 

Respondent claims the PTO has no statutory, regula- 
tory, or judicial basis for requiring applicants to 
complete Requirements for Information; therefore, the 
Requirements are invalid and any information culled 
from them is the fruit of the poisonous tree. Contrary to 
Respondent's assertion, at least with regard to regulato- 
ry authority, 37 C.F.R. §1.56(i) conUins specific authori- 
ty for the PTO to require information. ^'^ He also errs 
regarding the agency's basic authority. Applicants for li- 
censes and members of a bar may be required to provide 
responses to agency inquiries as a condition for 
maintaining the license. The PTO regulations and Re- 
quirements for Information are valid unless inconsistent 
with law. See Digital Equipment Corp. v. Diamond, 653 
F.2d 701 (1st Cir. 1981). 

VI. Due Process 

Respondent contends that the statutes and regulations 
governing PTO disciplinary proceedings violate his due 
process rights by failing to clearly esublish the burden 
of proof, containing references to sections of the Admin- 
istrative Procedure Act (APA) which no longer exist, 
and imprecisely establishing applicable standards of con- 
duct. 

Due process does not require standards of proof to be 
explicitly suted in statutes or regulations. In Steadman 
V. SEC, 450 U.S. 91 (1981), a disciplinary proceeding, 
the Supreme Court stated: 

Where Congress has not prescribed the degree 
of proof which must be adduced by the propo- 
nent of a rule or order to carry its burden of 
persuasion in an administrative proceeding, this 
Court has felt at liberty to prescribe the stan- 
dard, for "[i]t is the kind of question which has 
traditionally been left to the judiciary to re- 
solve." Woodby V. INS, 385 U.S. 276, 284 (1966). 

In this proceeding, as in all PTO disciplinary proceed- 
ings, the standard of proof to be applied is that of clear 
and convincing evidence. Although Steadman indicates 
that preponderance of the evidence is the applicable 
standard in administrative proceedings, disciplinary pro- 
ceedings by virtue of agency rule and judicial standards 
demand this greater protection and a higher standard of 
proof applies. 

Since Respondent fails to specify what, if any, provi- 
sions of the APA no longer exist and are inconsistent 
with the present APA, or how they were used in a man- 
ner to deny him a fair hearing, the claim is without mer- 
it. Moreover, it is the present APA which governs here, 

The regulation suies "|i|he Office may require applicant to supply 
information pursuant to paragraph (a) of this section in order for the Office 
to decide any issues relating to paragraphs (c) and (d) of this section which 
are raised by a petition or a proleu. or are otherwise discovered by the Of- 
fice." 



regardless of any alleged, yet undefined, inconsistent 
PTO regulations. 

Respondent's argument that it is unclear which Amer- 
ican Bar Association Code applies is also without merit. 
37 C.F.R. §1.344 states that the applicable Code is the 
one as amended on Feb. 24, 1970. 

Respondent also claims he was denied access to cru- 
cial PTO records and was therefore incapable of ade- 
quately defending himself Contrary to Respondent's as- 
sertions, massive, burdensome discovery was permitted. 
Although certain documents were withheld on the 
grounds of privilege, ^^^ respondent failed to demonstrate 
entitlement to any of these withheld documents nor the 
harm he suffered from lack of access. 

Although Respondent may disagree with rulings on 
matters not specifically provided for by statute or regu- 
lation, the Administrative Law Judge is the magisterial 
functionary assigned to make rulings in harmony with 
the APA and due process. The propriety of these rul- 
ings are matters of record for review. 

Respondent claims that investigative, prosecutorial, 
and adjudicative functions are embodied in the PTO So- 
licitor, which, therefore, denies him a fair proceeding 
Under 5 U.S.C. §544(d) and 37 C.F.R. §1 348(a), hpwev- 
er, no one involved in the investigation or prosecution 
of a case shall participate in the decision of the case. 
Also, in his Decision on Petition dated June 21, 1985, 
Commissioner Quigg has disqualified the Solicitor, Dep- 
uty Solicitor, and any attorney who participated in the 
investigation or prosecution phase of this case from par- 
ticipating in the adjudicatory phase. In light of these 
safeguards, there appears to be no undue blurring of 
functions or deprivation of Respondent's due process 
rights. Certainly this curmudgeon-in-residence neither 
brooks nor acknowledges any but his personal exercise 
of the adjudicatory APA functions to date in this pro- 
cessing. 

Respondent contends that the lack of direct evidence 
invalidates Government's case, since "mere" circumstan- 
tial evidence is an inadequate foundation to form a judg- 
ment. Au contraire! Even in criminal proceedings, 
which demand that most difficult standard "beyond a 
reasonable doubt" of proof, circumstantial evidence has 
been found more than sufficient to convict many a de- 
fendant. 

Respondent suggests that the Government failed to 
have one of the former associates of Klein & Vibber 
during 1981-1982 testify because he would have pro- 
duced exculpatory evidence. The issue of exculpatory 
evidence had been dealt with prior to the hearing by the 
ALJ's Order of June 10. 1985. The Solicitor averred he 
was not withholding such evidence. The issue of this as- 
sociate's testimony or how Government could or could 
not have presented its case or why it could or could not 
have called anyone as a witness is beside the point. If 
Respondent wished to have the associate testify, he had 
the opporiunity to subpoena him as a witness. Respon- 
dent may not now draw inferences from the absence of 
the associate as an agency witness. 

Respondent complains that the Government's investi- 
gation continued after the Notice of Proceeding. Agen- 
cy counsel claims that the investigation continued and 
additional evidence was acquired through discovery. No 
infirmity exists in the acquisition of this additional infor- 
mation, since no rule, case, or statute requires that the 
clear and convincing evidence test be satisfied for an ad- 
ministrative proceeding at the time charges are brought. 

VIII Standard of Neglect 

Respondent contends that there must be a showing of 
willfull neglect or abandonment of a legal matter 
entrusted to an attorney before a violation may be 
found. The cases cited by Respondent, however, involve 
state bar disciplinary rules which explicitly require that 



52/ ■ 



/ 



These records have historically been kept confidential and unavail- 
able for public inspection under the Privacy Act System of Records. 5 
U.S.C. {522a(b). 4« Fed Reg. 63496 at 63546 (1981). 



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neglect be willfull.^^^ Neither the PTO regulations nor 
the relevant Code requires a showing of willfullness. 
Although Respondent was permitted to inspect prior 
PTO disciplinary proceedings on the matter of neglect, 
no precedential proceedings were cited to support his 
theory. 

FINDINGS 

1. Arthur O. Klein, Respondent, is an attorney reg- 
istered to practice before the Patent and Trade- 
mark Office (PTO), registration number 19102. 

2. Respondent was attorney of record in patent ap- 
plication Serial No. 06/67,143, in the name of 
Romer, et al. 

3. The PTO notified Respondent that payment of 
the base issue fee was due on or before June 2, 
1981, and the base issue fee was received in the 
PTO on June 2, 1981. 

4. An amendment (Response I), due on or before 22. 
the date the issue fee was to be paid under 37 
C.F.R. §1.312, signed by Respondent and accom- 
panied by a certificate of mailing, was received in 

the PTO on July 2, 1981 — 30 days after the due 23. 
date for Response. 

5. The certificate of mailing represented that Re- 
sponse I was mailed to the PTO on June 2, 1981. 

6. The PTO mailroom date of receipt of July 2, 

1981, is accurate. 24. 

7. Respondent knew or should have known that Re- 
sponse I was mailed to the PTO after June 2, 
1981. 

8. Respondent was attorney of record in patent ap- 
plication Serial No. 06/198,861, in the name of 
Stoev, et al. 

9. The PTO notified Respondent that Response II, 
petition to extend time, and appropriate fee were 

due on or before Nov. 23, 1982. 25. 

10. A petition to extend time and Response II, signed 
by Respondent and accompanied by a certificate 

of mailing, were received in the PTO on Dec. 2. 26. 
1982 — 9 days after the due date for Response. 

11. The certificate of mailing represented that Re- 27. 
sponse II was mailed to the PTO on Nov. 23, 
1982. 

12. The PTO mailroom date of receipt of Dec. 2, 

1982, is accurate. 28. 

13. Respondent knew or should have known that Re- 
sponse II was mailed to the PTO after Nov. 23, 

1982. 29. 

14. Respondent was attorney of record in patent ap- 
plication Serial No. 06/199,501, in the name of 30. 
Prasil, et al. 

15. TTie PTO notified Respondent that Response IH, 
petition to extend time, and appropriate fee were 31. 
due on or before Jan. 14, 1983. 

16. A petition to extend time and Response III, 
signed by Respondent and accompanied by a cer- 32. 
tificate of mailing, were received in the PTO on 

Jan. 27, 1983 — 13 days af^er the due date for 33. 
Response. 

17. The certificate of mailing represented that Re- 
sponse III was mailed to the PTO on Jan. 14, 

1983. 34. 

18. The PTO mailroom date of receipt of Jan. 27, 
1983, is accurate. 

19. Respondent knew or should have known that Re- 35. 
sponse III was mailed to the PTO after Jan. 14, 
1983. 36. 

20. The PTO sent Respondent Requirement for In- 
formation A on June 11, 1984, questioning Re- 
spondent about mail log date entries. 37. 

21. Requirement A stated: 

2. The copy of the page from the mail log at- 
tached to question 1 of the last Requirement for 38. 

-'-'^ Set Hum v Dixiplinary Board of Ihe Alabama Siait Bar. 381 So 2d 
52 (SCl All 1980): Davis v Siait Bar of California. 655 P2d 1276 (S.Ci 39. 
C»l 1«83) 



Information raises some questions. At the top of 
the page is the heading "Jan. 14, 1983" and listed 
thereunder are two entries, each with a later date 
in Jan. 1983. At the bottom, there is an item iden- 
tified as "Customer's Receipt Number." 

a. For each entry, what is the significance of 
the particular January date (other than Jan. 14, 
1983)? 

Respondent's response filed on July 9, 1984, an- 
swered: 

2(a). In the fourth line of the page of the mail- 
log there is the date Jan. 21, 1983. And in the 
tenth line of the mail-log there is the date Jan. 27, 
1983. These dates refer to the dates the items 
were received by the Patent and Trademark Of- 
fice according to our return postcard. 

It was represented the practice at Klein & Vibber 
during 1981-1983 was to enter the firm's return- 
receipt postcard date as the second date entered 
in the mail logs. 

Respondent's answer that the date of Jan. 21, 
1983, in the mail log refers to the date the item 
was received in the PTO is not only erroneous, 
but no item listed in entry (I) of mail log A was 
received in the PTO on Jan. 21, 1983. 
Respondent should have known that his answer 
in Requirement A was false. Respondent made 
certain statements, material to the inquiry, in an- 
swer to the Requirement for Information. The 
correct response however, would have been sub- 
stantially different from what he represented. 
Since it was within his ability to know and he 
was obligated to know the accurate answer. Re- 
spondent made a false representation. 
Respondent was attorney of record in patent ap- 
plication Serial No. 06/238,372, in the name of 
Blomenroehr. 

The PTO notified Respondent that Response IV 
was due on or before Feb. 22, 1983. 
Response IV, signed by Respondent and accom- 
panied by a certificate of mailing, was received in 
the PTO on Mar. 8, 1983 — 14 days after the due 
date for a Respwnse. 

The certificate of mailing represented that Re- 
sponse IV was mailed to the PTO on Feb. 22, 
1983. 

The PTO mailroom date of receipt of Mar. 8, 
1983, is accurate. 

Respondent knew or should have known that Re- 
sponse IV was mailed to the PTO after Feb. 22, 
1983. 

Respondent was attorney of record in patent ap- 
plication Serial No. 06/222,527, in the name of 
Reinecke, et al. 

The PTO notified Respondent that the Response 
V was due on or before Feb. 24, 1983. 
Response V, signed by Respondent and accompa- 
nied by a certificate of mailing, was received in 
the PTO on Mar. 14, 1983 — 16-18 days after the 
due date for Response. 

The certificate of mailing represented that Re- 
sponse V was mailed to the PTO on Feb. 24, 
1983. 

The PTO mailroom date of receipt of Mar. 14, 
1983, is accurate. 

Respondent knew or should have known that Re- 
sponse V was mailed to the PTO after Feb. 24, 
1983. 

Respondent was attorney of record in patent ap- 
plication Serial No. 06/185,581, in the name of 
Metz, et al. 

TTie PTO notified Respondent that Response VI, 
petition to extend time, and appropriate fee were 
due on or before Feb. 28, 1983. 
A petition to extend time and appropriate fee 
were received in the PTO on Feb. 28, 1983. 



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40. Response VI, signed by Respondent and accom- 
panied by a certificate of mailing, was received in 
the PTO on Apr. 25, 1983 — 54-56 days after the 
due date for Response. 

41. The certificate of mailing represented that Re- 
sponse VI was mailed to the PTO on Feb. 28, 
1983. 

42. The PTO mailroom date of receipt of Apr. 25, 
1983, is accurate. 

43. Respondent knew or should have known that Re- 
sponse VI was mailed to the PTO after Feb. 28, 
1983. 

44. Respondent was attorney of record in patent ap- 
plication Serial No. 06/190,730, in the name of 
Cech, et al. 

45. The PTO notified Respondent that Response VII, 65. 
petition to extend time, and appropriate fee were 

due on or before Mar. 14, 1983. 

46. A petition to extend time and appropriate fee 66. 
were received in the PTO on Mar. 10, 1983. 

47. Response VII, signed by Respondent and accom- 
panied by a certificate of mailing, was received in 

the PTO on Mar. 28, 1983 — 12-14 days after the 67. 
due date for Response. 

48. The certificate of mailing represented that Re- 
sponse VII was mailed to the PTO on Mar. 14, 
1983. 

49. The PTO mailroom date of receipt of Mar. 28, 
1983, is accurate. 68. 

50. Respondent knew or should have known that Re- 
sponse VII was mailed to the PTO after Mar. 14, 
1983. 

51. Respondent was attorney of record in patent ap- 
plication Serial No. 06/255,843, in the name of 
Menges, et al. 

52. The PTO notified Respondent that Response 
VIII was due on or before Mar. 16, 1983. 

53. Response VIII, signed by Respondent and accom- 69. 
panied by a certificate of mailing, was received in 

the PTO on Apr. II, 1983 — 24-26 days after the 

due date for Response. 70. 

54. TTie certificate of mailing represented that Re- 
sponse VIII was mailed to the PTO on Mar. 16, 
1983. 71. 

55. The PTO mailroom date of receipt of Apr. 11, 
1983, is accurate. 

56. Respondent knew or should have known that Re- 
sponse VIII was mailed to the PTO after Mar. 

16, 1983. 72. 

57. Respondent was attorney of record in patent ap- 
plication Serial No. 06/251,924, in the name of 73. 
Samsinakova, et al. 

58. The PTO notified Respondent that Response IX, 74. 
petition to extend time, and appropriate fee were 

due on or before Mar. 30, 1983. 

59. A petition to extend time and Response IX, 75. 
signed by Respondent and accompanied by a cer- 
tificate of mailing, were received in the PTO on 
Apr. 7, 1983 — 8 days after the due date for Re- 76. 
sponse. 

60. The certificate of mailing represented that Re- 
sponse IX was mailed to the PTO on Mar. 30, 
1983. 77. 

61. TTie PTO mailroom date of receipt of Apr. 7, 
1983, was accurate. 

62. Respondent knew or should have known that Re- 78. 
sponse IX was mailed to the PTO after Mar. 30, 
1983. 79. 

63. The PTO sent Respondent Requirement for In- 
formation B on Dec. 14, 1983, questioning Re- 
spondent about mail log date entries. 80. 

64. Requirement B stated: 

2. TTie copy from the page from the mail log 
attached in response to question 4 of the last Re- 
quirement for Information raises some questions. 
At the top of the jjage is the heading "Mar. 30, 
1983 Certificate of Mailing" and listeJ thereunder 
are four entries, each with a date in April, 1983. 



a. Does the above-mentioned heading indicate 
that all four entries were mailed to the PTO with 
a certificate of mailing of Mar. 30, 1983? If not, 
what does the heading refer to? 

b. For each entry, what is the significance of 
the particular April date? 

Respondent's response filed on July 9, 1984, an- 
swered: 

2(a). Yes. 

2(b). In each case the date in April refers to the 
• date when the item was received by the Patent 
Office according to our return |x>stcard. 

It was the practice at Klein & Vibber during 1981 
-1983 to enter the firm's return-receipt postcard 
date as the second date entered in the mail logs. 
Respondent's answer that the four entries under 
the heading "Mar. 30, 1983," were mailed with 
certificates of mailing was false, since only item 4 
was mailed with a certificate of mailing. 
Respondent's answer that the April, 1983 dates in 
the mail log refer to the date the items were re- 
ceived in the PTO is not only false but none of 
the items listed in entries (1), (2), and (3) of mail 
log B was received in the PTO on the April dates 
listed therein. 

Respondent should have known that his answers 
in Requirement B were false. Respondent made 
certain statements, material to the inquiry, in an- 
swer to the Requirement for Information. The 
correct responses however, would have been sub- 
stantially different from what he represented. 
Since it was within his ability to know and he 
was obligated to know the accurate answer. Re- 
spondent made a false representation. 
Respondent was attorney of record in patent ap- 
plication Serial No. 06/257,263, in the name of 
Klinkhardt, et al. 

TTie PTO notified Respondent that Response X, 
petition to extend time, and appropriate fee were 
due on or before Apr. 8, 1983. 
A petition to extend time (Response X) signed by 
Respondent and appropriate fee accompanied by 
a certificate of mailing were received in the PTO 
on May 18, 1983 — 40 days after the due date for 
Response. 

TTie certificate of mailing represented that Re- 
sponse X was mailed to the PTO on Apr. 8, 1983. 
The PTO mailroom date of receipt of May 18, 
1983, was accurate. 

Respondent knew or should have knowp that Re- 
sponse X was mailed to the PTO after Apr. 8, 
1983. 

Response XI, in the form of an amendment to the 
Klinkhardt application, was due on or before 
Apr. 8, 1983. 

Response XI, signed by Respondent and accom- 
panied by a certificate of .mailing, was received in 
the PTO on Apr. 18, 1983 — 8-10 days after the 
due date for Response. 

The certificate of mailing represented that Re- 
sponse XI was mailed to the PTO on Apr. 8, 
1983. 

The PTO mailroom date of receipt of Apr. 18, 
1983, is accurate. 

Respondent knew or should have known that Re- 
sponse XI was mailed to the PTO after Apr. 8, 
1983. 

By representing or allowing a member of his staff 
to represent that Responses I-XI were mailed on 
certain dates to the PTO when in fact he knew or 
should have known these Responses were mailed 
after the dates represented. Respondent engaged 
in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or 
misrepresentation, in violation of 37 C.F.R. 
§1.344 and DR 1-102(AX4) of the Code of Pro- 
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Association (1970), and failed to comply with the 
"candor and good faith" standard established by 
the Supreme court in Kingsland v. Doney, 338 
U.S. 318, 319 (1949) and the duty of candor and 
good faith toward the PTO as required by 37 
C FR. §1 56 

81. By mailing, causing, or allowing to be mailed to 
the PTO Responses I-XI after the due dates for 
Responses (the dates to prevent the correspond- 
ing applications from becoming abandoned). Re- 
spondent neglected legal matters entrusted to 
him, in violation of 37 C.F.R. §1.344 and DR 6- 
101(AK3) of the Code of Professional Responsi- 
bility of the American Bar Association (1970). 

82. By answering in Requirement for Information A 
that the mail log entry dates refer to the dates the 
items were received in the PTO according to the 
return-receipt postcards, when Respxjndent should 
have known that this answer was false. Respon- 
dent engaged in conduct involving dishonesty, 
fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation, in violation of 
37 C.F.R. §1.344 and DR 1-102(AK4) of the 
Code of Professional Responsibility of the Ameri- 
can Bar Association (1970), and failed to comply 
with the "candor and good faith" standard estab- 
lished by the Supreme Court in Kingsland v. 
Dorsey, 338 U.S. 318, 319 (1949), and the duty of 
candor and good faith toward the PTO as re- 
quired by 37 C.F.R. §1.56. 

83. By answering in Requirement for Information B 
that the mail log entry dates refer to the dates the 
items were received in the PTO according to the 
return-receipt postcards and that the listed items 
were mailed with certificates of mailing when Re- 
spondent should have known that these answers 
were false. Respondent engaged in conduct in- 
volving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or misrepresen- 
Ution, in violation of 37 C.F.R. §1.344 and DR 1 
-102(AK4) of the Code of Professional Responsi- 
bility of the American Bar Association (1970), 
and failed to comply with the "candor and good 
faith" standard established by the Supreme Court 
in Kingsland v. Dorsey, 338 U.S. 318, 319 (1949), 
and the duty of candor and good faith toward the 
PTO as required by 37 C.F.R. §1.56. 

CONCLUSION 

In arriving at the above findings, I have carefully re- 
viewed the evidence. Respondent's and Solicitor's exhib- 
its and testimony, and have given consideration to Re- 
spondent's long years of practice before the Patent and 
Trademark Office and absence of any prior charges, in- 
vestigations, or disciplinary proceedings brought by any 
bar association or the Patent and Trademark Office. The 
Origin-Destination Information System Reports, service 
time experience of the Survey, samples from other firms, 
as well as from other members of Klein & Vibber, that 
law firm's check writing and other office practices, and 
PTO mailroom procedure, when considered together, 
demonstrate convincingly reliable evidence of mail ser- 
vice time. Respondent's docketing and mailing systems, 
which he purports prevented attorneys at Klein & 
Vibber from inadvertently missing due dates, do not ap- 
pear to have been nearly as efficient and foolproof as 
Respondent would have me believe. In fact the testimo- 
ny of the firm's employees and examination of the 
records which were made available reflect that the 
records-keeping systems were incomplete, not consis- 
tently understood by persons who made and used them, 
and were inadequate. Lxx)se checks, not accounted for 
numerically, lying about in various desks, inconsistent 
entries in the mail logs, mistakes in crossing out entries 
on the wall calendar all demonstrate a lack of orderly 
office procedures. It is recognized the presence or ab- 
sence of efficient office practices alone is not proof that 
Respondent failed to abide by acceptable practices or to 
timely mail the Responses. The practices are, however, 
some indication of the "modus operandi" of the firm. If 



the office "reminders" testified to were, in fact, in place, 
Respondent's conduct in failing to observe these due 
dates is even more culpable. It is noteworthy that the 
others in the firm experienced no or comparatively in- 
significant delays in mail service time during the rele- 
vant time period for the papers they signed. 

The Origin-Destination Information System Reports 
show an average service time of 2 to 3 days. Eleven of 
the 25 papers Respondent signed during 1981-1983 expe- 
rienced delays statistically inconsistent with the Postal 
Service data. Common sense and experience indicate 
that any imperfections in the Origin-Destination Infor- 
mation System, the Patent and Trademark Office 
mailroom, or Survey and sample data cannot explain Re- 
spondent's alleged service time delay. Comparison of 
these factors with the pattern of papers signed by Re- 
spondent and those signed by other practitioners in the 
firm indicate and I conclude that Respondent's papers 
were mailed after the dates on the certificates of mailing. 
The backdating of certificates of mailing or mailing the 
papers after the date represented by the certificates of 
mailing, corresponds logically, harmoniously, and con- 
vincingly with all the evidence. 

Respondent's claim that he had no motive to backdate 
the certificates of mailing is ingenuous. Respondent's fail- 
ure to timely file papers in the PTO would result in aban- • 
donment. In order to circumvent the inevitable result of 
his negligent handling of his client's papers. Respondent 
could certainly be motivated to seek refuge in backdating. 

The misrepresentations contained in Respondent's an- 
swers to the Requirements for Information indicate ei- 
ther an incredible and intolerable ignorance of his own 
office's practices or a calculated attempt at deception. I 
conclude that it was the latter. In either event. Respon- 
dent knew or should have known the answers were 
false. The patent system depends more heavily than is 
usual in other practices upon the integrity of its practi- 
tioners, for the usual adversary is most often not present. 
^^^ The PTO was entitled to receive and reply upon 
counsel's answers, but his answers were false. 

I conclude Respondent engaged in dishonesty, fraud, 
deceit, and misrepresentation. He also neglected legal 
matters entrusted to him, all in violation of 37 C.F.R. 
§1.344 and DR 1-102(AK4) and DR 6-101(AX3), re- 
spectively, of the Code of Professional Responsibility of 
the American Bar Association (1970), and violated the 
duty of candor and good faith required under 37 C.F.R. 
§1.56, with respect to each of the charges established 
here and recommend the disbarment of the Respondent 
from further practice before the United States Patent 
and Trademark Office. 

The above conclusions are not predicated on findings 
that this Respondent set about deliberately to put himself 
into this terrible situation. It rather appears that he con- 
sciously allowed his submissions to be sent late and 
backdated. Once the contract courier was missed, because 
his submissions were not ready, some" of the mailings were 
put off. Delay and falsification of dates became something 
of a habit for his filings. The office coverup and false re- 
sponses to subsequent the legitimate inquiries by the Pa- 
tent and Trademark Office reveal an intolerable attitude 
and continuing pattern of misconduct. 

RECOMMENDA TION 

That Arthur O. Klein of New York City, N.Y. and 
Westport, Conn., whose Patent Office attorney registra- 
tion number is 19102 be barred from practice as a patent 
attorney before the United States Patent and Trademark 
Office. 

This action is recommended under the provisions of 
Section 32 of Title 35, U.S. Code, and Section 1.348, Ti- 
tle 37 of the Code of Federal Regulations. 

HUGH J. DOLAN. 
May 2, 1986. Administrative Law Judge. 

^*' See Jatkiewia. Docket No 83-2 (1984) at 17. aJTd. Jaskiewia v. 
Mossinghoff. Civ. No 84-3292 (D.D.C. Dec. 5. 1985). 



April 5, 1988 



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1089 TMOG 25 



Exceptions to this Recommended Decision must be 
submitted within 20 days of this date and addressed to: 

Donald P. Quigg 

Commissioner of Patents & Trademarks 
Washington, D.C. 20231 
In the Matter of Docket Number 

Arthur O. Klein 84-1 

Respondent 

I Corrections to Recommended Decision 

Please make the following pen-and-ink changes to your 
copy of the Recommended Decision dated May 2, 1986: 



1. At page 3, footnote 4, the date should be 
Oct. 1. 

2. At page 4, under "IV. Blomenroehr Applica- 
tion," the date in March, 1983 should be 
Mar. 8. 

3. At page 4, under "VI. Metz Application," the 
November date should be Nov. 30. 

4. At page 5, under "IX. Samsinakova Applica- 
tion," the date in April, 1983 should be Apr 7. 

5. At page 28, Finding 13, the date should be 
Nov. 23, 1982. 

HUGH J. DOLAN, 
May 8, 1986. Administrative Law Judge. 



TRADEMARK OPERATION 

JEFFREY M. SAMUELS, ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER 

DAVID E. BUCHER, DIRECTOR, TRADEMARK EXAMINING OPERATION 

CONDITION OF TRADEMARK APPLICATIONS AS OF Mar. I. 1988. 



Law Office 



Oldest Date 



New* 



Amend- 
ment Filed 



LAW OFHCE 1 -JOSEPH WEBB. MANAGING ATTORNEY. (703)557-3273 
DEBORAH COHN. LEAD ATTORNEY 

PAPER PRODUCTS & TOYS -INT. CLASSES 13. 16,28 12-23-87 1-04-88 

LAW OFFICE 2 -JOHN C. DEMOS. MANAGING ATTORNEY, (703)557-3277 
IXDNALD J FINGERET. LEAD ATTORNEY 

FOODS. BEVERAGES & FURNITURE -INT. CLASSES 2. 20. 29. 30, 31. 32. 33. 34 11-16-87 1-04-88 

LAW OFFICE 3- MYRA KURZBARD. MANAGING ATTORNEY. (703)557-9560 
ROBERT FEELE Y . LEAD ATTORNEY 

PAINT & SCIENTIFIC EQUIPMENT-INT CLASSES 9. 15 ; 11-23-87 1-22-88 

LAW OFFICE 4 -THOMAS LAMONE. MANAGING ATTORNEY. (703)557-9550 
DAVID SOROKA. LEAD ATTORNEY 
SERVICES-II^ CLASSES 35. 36. 37. 38. 40. 41. 42 
COLLECTIVE MARKS -CLASS 200 

CERTIFICATION MARKS -CLASSES A & B 11-16-87 1-04-88 

LAW OFFICE 5 -PAUL E. FAHRENKOPF. MANAGING ATTORNEY. (703)557-5380 
CHRISTOPHER A. SIDOTI. LEAD ATTORNEY 

TEXTILES 4 FASHION ACCESSORIES - INT CLASSES 14, 18. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26 12-02-87 12-14-87 

LAW OFFICE 6- RONALD WOLFINGTON. MANAGING ATTORNEY. (703)557-2937 
MARY SPARROW. LEAD ATTORNEY 

SERVICES-INT CLASSES35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41.42 12-02-87 1-20-88 

LAW OFFICE 7-LYNNE BERESFORD. MANAGING ATTORNEY. (703)557-5237 
DAVID SHALLANT. LEAD ATTORNEY 

CHEMICALS & COSMETICS -INT CLASSES. 1.3.4.5. 10, 17 12-21-87 1-19-88 

LAW OFFICE 8 -SIDNEY MOSKOWITZ. MANAGING ATTORNEY. (703)557-5242 
MICHAEL BODSON. LEAD ATTORNEY 

INDUSTRIALEQUIPMENT&MATERIALS-INT CLASSES6, 7. 8, 11. 12. 19,21.27 11-23-87 1-11-88 

TRADEMARK SERVICES DIVISION -DOREANE I. POTEAT. DIRECTOR. (703)557-5249 
POST REGISTRATION SECTION, (703)557- 1986 

AFFIDAVTTS UNDER SECTIONS 8 & 15 (ALL CLASSES) 8-03-87 

RENEWALS (ALL CLASSES) 9-01-87 

SECTION 12(C) PUBLICATIONS (ALL CLASSES) 0-00-00 

APPLICANTS ARE URGED NOT TO FILE UNNECESSARY INQUIRIES CONCERNING THE STATUS, OF 
THEIR APPLICATIONS. 

SEE SECTION 4 1 1 OF THE Trademark Manual of Examining Procedure. 

THESE DATES IDENTIFY THE OLDEST UNASSIGNED NEW CASE IN EACH LAW OFFICE. ALL CASES 
WfTH EARLIER DATES HAVE EITHER BEEN EXAMINED AND MADE THE SUBJECT OF AN ACTION OR 
ARE CURRENTLY BEING WORKED ON BY THE ASSIGNED EXAMINER. 



1089 TMOG 26 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



1089 TMOG 27 



I SPECIAL BOXES FOR MAIL 

Special PTO mail box numbers should be used to allow foi^arding of particular types of mail to the appropriate 
areas as quickly as possible. Such mail is forwarded directly to the appropriate area without being opened. Only the 
specified type of document should be placed in an envelope addressed to one of these special boxes. If any docu- 
ments other than the specified type identified for each box are addressed to that box, they will be delayed in 
reaching the appropriate area for which they are intended. 

The following special boxes should be used only for their specified purpose. Address mail as follows: 

Box 



Box 3 


Box 4 


Box S 


Box 6 


Box? 


Box 8 


Box 9 


Box 10 


Box 11 


Box 12 


Box AF 


BoxFWC 


Box Interference 


Box M. Fee 


Box Pat. Ext. 


Box PCT 


Box Reexam 



Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks 
Washington, D.C. 20231 



Mail for the OfTice of Personnel from NFC. 
Mail for the Office of Legislation and International Affairs. 

"No fee" mail related to trademarks (e.g. amendments to applications and request for exten- 
sions of time to file an opposition). 

Mail directed to the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board should have "Attention TTAB" on 
the envelope in addition to "Box 5", 
Mail for the Office of Procurement. 

Reissue applications for patents involved in litigation and any subsequently filed papers for 
those applications. 

All papers for the Office of the Solicitor. 
Coupon orders for the U.S. patent and trademark copies. 
Orders for certified copies of patent and trademark applications. 
Electronic Ordering Service (EOS). 
Contributions to the Examiner Education Program. 

Amendments or responses to final rejections in patent applications, submitted under the ex- 
pedited processing program. 
Mail related to File Wrapper and Continuations. 

Communications relating to interferences and applications and patents involved in interfer- 
ences. 

Correspondence related to a patent that is subject to the payment of a maintenance fee. 
Applications for patent term extension. 

Mail related to applications filed under the Patent Cooperation Treaty. 
Mail related to reexamination application. ' 

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Reference Collections of U.S. Patente Available for Public Use in Patent Depository Libraries 

The following libnuies. desigruled as Paient Depository Libraries (PDLs), receive current issues of US. Patents and maintain col- 
lections of earlier-issued patents The scope of these collections varies from library to library, ranging from patents of only recent 
years to all or most of the patents issued since 1 790. 

These patent collections, which are organized in patent number sequence, are available for use by the public free of charge. Each 
of the PDLs, in addition, offers supplemental reference publications of the US Patent Classification System, including the Manual of 
ClaaificalioH. Index to the U.S. Patent Classification, Classification Definitions, and provides technical suflT assistance in their use to aid 
the public in gaining effective access to information contained in patents CASSIS (Classification And Search Suppon Information 
System); which provides direct, on-line access to Paient and Trademark Office dau, is available at all PDLs. Facilities for making pa- 
per copies of patents from either microfilm or paper collections are generally provided for a fee 

Since there are variations in the scope of paient collections among the PDLs and in their hours of service to the public, anyone 
contemplating use of the patents at a particular library is advised to contact that library, in advance, about its collection and hours in 
order to avert possible inconvenience. 

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Alabama Auburn Utiiversity Libraries (205) 826-4500 Ext. 21 

Birmingham Public Library (205) 226-3680 

Alaska Anchorage Municipal Libraries (907) 261-2907 

Arizona Tempe: Noble Library, Arizona State University (602) 965-7140 

Arkansas Little Rock: Arkansas Sute Library (501) 682-2053 

California Los Angeles Public Library (213) 612-3200 

Sacramento: California State Library (916) 322-4572 

San Diego Public Library (619) 236-5813 

Sunnyvale: Patent Information Clearinghouse (408) 730-7290 

Colorado Denver Public Library (303) 571-2347 

Connecticut New Haven: Science Park Library (203) 786-5447 

Delaware Newark: University of Delaware Library (302) 451-2965 

Dist. of Columbia Washington: Howard University Libraries (202) 636-5060 

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Georgia AtlanU: Pi Ice Gilbert Memorial Library, Georgia Institute of 

Technology (404) 894-4508 

Idaho Moscow: University of Idaho Library ■. . . . (208) 885-6235 

Illinois Chicago Public Library (3I2) 269-2865 

Springfield: Illinois Sute Library ....." (217) 782-5430 

Indiana Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library (317) 269-1741 

Louisiana Baton Rouge: Troy H. Middleton Library, Louisiana State 

University (504) 388-2570 

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Massachusetts (413) 545-1370 

Boston Public Library (617) 536-5400 Ext. 265 

Michigan Ann Arbor: Engineering Transportation Library, University of 

Michigan (313) 764-7494 

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North Carolina Raleigh: D H Hill Library, North Carolina State University . . . (919) 737-3280 

Ohio Cincinnati & Hamilton County, Public Library of (513) 369-6936 

Cleveland Public Library (216) 623-2870 

Columbus: Ohio State University Libraries (614) 292-6286 

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Oklahoma Stillwater: Oklahoma Sute University Library (405) 624-6546 

Oregon Salem: Oregon Sute Library (503) 378-4239 

Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Free Library of (215) 686-5330 

Pittsburgh, Carnegie Library of (412) 622-3138 

University Park: Pattee Library, Pennsylvania Sute University ■. . (814) 865-4861 

Rhode Island Providence Public Library (401) 521-8726 

South Carolina Charleston: Medical University of South Carolina Library (803) 792-2371 

Tennessee Memphis & Shelby County Public Library and Information 

Center (901) 725-8876 

Nashville: Vanderbilt University Library (615) 322-2775 

Texas Austin: McKinney Engineering Library, University of Texas 

at Austin (512) 471-1610 

College Sution: Sterling C. Evans Library, Texas A A M 

Umversity (409) 845-2551 

Dallas Public Library (214) 670-1468 

Houston: The Fondren Library, Rice University (713) 527-8101 Ext. 2587 

Utah Salt Lake City: Marrion Library, University of Utah (801) 581-8394 

Virginia Richmond: Virginia Commonwealth University Library , . (804) 257-1104 

Washington Seattle: Engineering Library, University of Washington (206) 543-0740 

Wisconsin Madison: Kurt F. Wendt Library, University of Wisconsin 

-Madison (6O8) 262-6845 

Milwaukee Public Library (414) 278-3247 

1089 TMOG 28 



MARKS PUBLISHED FOR OPPOSITION 

The following marks are published in compliance with section 12(a) of the Trademark Act of 1946. Applications for the 
registration of marks in more than one class have been filed as provided in section 30 of said act as amended by Public Law 
772, 87th Congress, approved Oct. 9, 1962, 76 Sut. 769. Opposition under section 13 may be filed within thirty days of the date 
of this publication. See rules 2.101 to 2.105. 

A separate fee of two hundred dollars for opposing each mark in each class must accompany the opposition. 

SECTION 1.— INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION 

The short titles associated below with the international class numbers are terms designed merely for quick identification and 
are not an official part of the international classification. The full names of international classes are given in section 6.1 of the 
trademark rules of practice. 

The designation "US. CI." appearing in this section refers to the U.S. class in effect prior to Sep. I, 1973 rather than the 
international class which applies to applications filed on or after that date. For adoption of international classification see notice 
in the OFFICIAL GAZETTE of Jun. 26, 1973 (911 O.G. TM 210), 



Application in more than one class 



SN 475,456. MID-WEST CONVEYOR COMPANY, INC., 
KANSAS CITY, KS. FILED 4-16-1984. 

I 



MID- WEST 



CLASS 37— CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR 



FOR INDUSTRIAL 
INSTALLATION OF 
DLING EQUIPMENT, 
LEY, WHEEL, SLAT, 
VEYORS; STORAGE 
PALLET HANDLING 



ERECTION, FABRICATION AND 
INDUSTRIAL MATERIALS HAN- 
NAMELY, BELT, ROLLER, TROL- 
PAN, CHAIN AND TRACK CON- 

AND RETRIEVAL MACHINES; 

MACHINES; BULK MATERIAL 



FEEDERS; PARTS FOR ALL OF THE FOREGOING; AND 
CONTROLS FOR ALL OF THE FOREGOING SOLD AS A 
UNIT THEREWITH (U.S. CL. 103). 
FIRST USE 0-0-1946; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1946. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR CUSTOM DESIGN OF INDUSTRIAL MATERIALS 
HANDLING EQUIPMENT, NAMELY, BELT, ROLLER, 
TROLLEY, WHEEL, SLAT, PAN, CHAIN AND TRACK 
CONVEYORS; STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL MACHINES; 
PALLET HANDLING MACHINES; BULK MATERIAL 
FEEDERS; PARTS FOR ALL OF THE FOREGOING; AND 
CONTROLS FOR ALL OF THE FOREGOING SOLD AS A 
UNIT THEREWITH (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1946; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1946. 



SN 526,518. PRESSALIT A/S, ARHUS, DENMARK, BY 
CHANGE OF NAME FROM DANSK PRESSALIT A/S, 
ARHUS, DENMARK, FILED 3-12-1985. 



il 




'"IlllP' 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC 44(D) ON DEN- 
MARK APPLICATION NO. 5085/1984, FILED 9-17-1984, 
REG. NO. 2237/1986, DATED 8-22-1986, EXPIRES 
8-22-1996. 

OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,130,764 AND 1,168,229. 



CLASS 6— METAL GOODS 

FOR METAL BRACKETS FOR SUPPORTING SOAP 
DISHES AND WASH-HAND BASINS (U.S. CLS. 2 AND 13). 

CLASS 10— MEDICAL APPARATUS 

FOR SUPPORT RAILINGS AND HANDLES ENABLING 
DISABLED PERSONS TO USE SHOWERS, SINKS AND 
TOILETS (U.S. CL. 44). 



CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR TOILET SEATS; INSTALLATIONS FOR SANI- 
TARY PURPOSES, NAMELY, TOILETS, BATHTUBS, 
SHOWERS AND WASH-HAND BASINS AND PARTS 
THEREFOR (U.S. CLS. 13 AND 31). 



TM 1 



TM2 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM3 



CLASS 20— FURNITURE AND ARTICLES NOT 
OTHERWISE CLASSIFIED 

FOR FURNTTURE AND MIRRORS FOR TOILET 
ROOMS AND BATHROOMS; PLASTIC WALL-MOUNTED 
SOAP HOLDERS. PI^STIC BRACKETS FOR SUPPORT- 
ING SOAP DISHES (U.S. CLS. 2, 13 AND 32). 

CLASS 21— HOUSEWARES AND GLASS 

FOR TOILET BRUSH SETS (SOLD COMPLETE); WASH- 
HAND BASINS, TOILET PAPER HOLDERS. TOILET, 
HAIR. NAIL. AND SHAVING BRUSHES; SOAP CON- 
TAINERS, DISHES, AND HOLDERS, DRINKING GLASS- 
ES AND CUPS AND HOLDERS THEREFOR; TOOTH- 
BRUSHES, TOOTHBRUSH HOLDERS AND COMBS; 
METAL WALL MOUNTED SOAP HOLDERS (U.S. CLS. 2, 
29 AND 33). 



SN 548,672. 
7-18-1985. 



SANITOY, INC., NEW YORK, NY. FILED 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "NURSERY", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

CLASS 6— METAL GOODS 

FOR SAFETY DOOR LATCHES AND KNOBS AND 
SAFETY CABINET LATCHES (U.S. CL. 13). 
HRST USE 2-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1982. 

CLASS 10— MEDICAL APPARATUS 

FOR PACIFIERS, TEETHING RINGS, FEEDING BOT- 
TLES AND FEEDING APPARATUS FOR INFANTS (U.S. 
CL. 44). . 

FIRST USE 2-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1982. 

CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR BABY BATH AIDS, NAMELY, INFLATABLE 
BABY BATH TUBS AND RIGID BABY BATH TUBS AND 
NURSERY NIGHT LIGHTS (U.S. CLS. 13 AND 21). 

FIRST USE 2-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1982. 

CLASS 12— VEHICLES 

FOR BOOSTER SEATS, NAMELY, SEATS FOR RAIS- 
ING THE ELEVATION OF A BABY ABOVE THAT OF 
THE SEAT OF A CHAIR (U.S. CL. 19). 

RRST USE 2-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1982. 



CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR SCRAP BOOKS AND PHOTO ALBUMS (U.S. CL. 
37). 
FIRST USE 2-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1982. 

CLASS 20— FURNITURE AND ARTICLES NOT 
OTHERWISE CLASSIFIED 

FOR NURSERY TRAINING AND BOOSTER CHAIRS 
(U.S. CL. 32). 

FIRST USE 2-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1982. 

CLASS 24— FABRICS 

FOR WASH CLOTHS AND MATTRESS COVERS (U.S. 
CL. 42). 
FIRST USE 2-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1982. 

CLASS 25— CLOTHING 

FOR BABY CLOTHES - NAMELY, BABY BIBS, PANTS, 
MITTENS AND BOOTIES (US CLS. 29 AND 39). 
FIRST USE 2-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1982. 

CLASS 26— FANCY GOODS 

FOR SAFETY PINS (U.S. CL. 40). 

FIRST USE 2-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1982. 

CLASS 28— TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS 

FOR TOYS AND PLAYTHINGS, NAMELY, BABY 
BANKS, TOY UTENSILS, RATTLES, BLOCKS, CLOWNS, 
SQUEEZE TOYS, TOY STEERING WHEELS, TOY TOOLS, 
TOY DUMBELLS, PUZZLES, BALLS, CRIB MOBILES, 
MUSICAL TOYS, TOY TRUCKS, BATHTUB FLOATING 
TOYS, TOY TELEPHONES, RING TOSS TOYS, CRIB 
GYMS AND TOY EXERCISERS (US. CL. 22). 

FIRST USE 2-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1982. 



SN 588,932. JEM RECORDS, INC , SOUTH PLAINFIELD, 
NJ. FILED 3-19-1986 



JEM 



CLASS 35— ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS 

FOR IMPORTATION OF PHONOGRAPH RECORDS, 
AUDIOTAPE CASSETTES, AUDIO COMPACT 
AND VIDEOTAPES FOR OTHERS (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1972; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1972. 



DISCS, 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR RETAIL DISTRIBUTORSHIP SERVICES IN THE 
HELD OF PHONOGRAPH RECORDS, AUDIOTAPE CAS- 
SETTES, AUDIO COMPACT DISCS AND VIDEOTAPES 
(U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1972; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1972. 



SN 601,604. LEJINS. EDMUNDS, DBA RYE-TECH ENTER- 
PRISES, ETOBICOKE, ONTARIO. CANADA, FILED 
6-2-1986. 



COLLEGE MANIA 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D1 ON CANADA 
APPLICATION NO. 561683, FILED 4-29-1986. REG. NO. 
335447, DATED 12-18-1987, EXPIRES 12-18-2002. 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTinC 
APPARATUS 

FOR PRE-RECORDED AUDIO AND VIDEO CAS- 
SETTES (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 36). 



CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR CALENDARS. POSTERS, COMIC STRIPS AND 
PAPER PARTY HATS (U.S. CLS. 37, 38 AND 50). 



CLASS 21— HOUSEWARES AND GLASS 

FOR COASTERS, MUGS, INSULATED SLEEVE-HOLD- 
ERS FOR BEVERAGE CANS AND BOTTLE OPENERS 
(U.S. CLS. 2 AND 23). 



CLASS 25— CLOTHING 

FOR CLOTHING, NAMELY, T-SHIRTS, HATS, CAPS, 
SWEAT BANDS, AND VISORS (U.S. CL. 39). 



CLASS 28— TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS 

FOR TOYS, NAMELY, FLYING DISCS, AND BOARD- 
GAMES (U.S. CL. 22). 



SN 605,168. MONFORT OF COLORADO, INC., GREELEY, 
CO. FILED 6-19-1986. 



SN 603,254. MIDRASOLE ORTHOTIC SYSTEMS INC., 
HAIFA, ISRAEL, FILED 6-9-1986. 



o^Trt^eei 



CLASS 10— MEDICAL APPARATUS 

FOR KIT FOR USE IN CUSTOM MOULDING OF OR- 
THOPEDIC SOLES, CONSISTING PRIMARILY OF A 
MOULDING UNIT, MOLDS AND POLYURETHANE 
FOAM; ORTHOPEDIC SHOES (U.S. CL. 44). 

FIRST USE 10-9-1985; IN COMMERCE 10-9-1985. 



CLASS 25— CLOTHING 

FOR SHOES AND INSOLES (U.S. CL. 39). 
FIRST USE 10-9-1985; IN COMMERCE 10-9-1985. 



I 
CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR SERVICES OF CUSTOM MANUFACTURE OF OR- 
THOPEDIC AND NON-ORTHOPEDIC SHOES AND IN- 
SOLES (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 103). 

FIRST USE 10-9-1985; IN COMMERCE 10-9-1985. 



aas!? 





NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "BEEF 'N BRAN", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 



CLASS 29— MEATS AND PROCESSED FOODS 

FOR BEEF, FROZEN, CANNED, COOKED AND PROC- 
ESSED MEAT; SPICED AND SEASONED MEAT; MEAT 
WITH GRAVIES, MEAT WITH PICKLES (U.S. CL. 46). 

FIRST USE 6-13-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-13-1986. 



CLASS 30— STAPLE FOODS 

FOR SAUCES, EXCLUDING APPLE SAUCE AND 
CRANBERRY SAUCE (U.S. CL. 46). 
FIRST USE 6-13-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-13-1986. 



SN 612,773. FLYING COLORS, INC., MUSCLE SHOALS, 
AL. FILED 8-4-1986. 



BABY-GO-TO-SLEEP 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTinC 
APPARATUS 

FOR PRERECORDED AUDIO CASSETTE TAPES (U.S. 
CL. 36). 
FIRST USE 1-1-1985; IN COMMERCE 1-31-1986. 



CLASS 25— CLOTHING 

FOR CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, NAMELY, T-SHIRTS 
(U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 1-1-1985; IN COMMERCE 1-31-1986. 



TM4 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 613,518. 
8-7-1986. 



SYNTELLECT INC., PHOENIX, AZ. FILED 




THE MARK CONSISTS 
HEAD CARICATURE. 



OF A STYLIZED HUMAN 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTinC 
APPARATUS 

FOR INTEGRATED PROGRAMMABLE COMPUTER 
FOR INFORMATION EXCHANGE, RECORDING, REC- 
OGNITION, PLAYBACK OR SYNTHESIS, AN INTER- 
FACE TERMINAL, DIGITAL CIRCUITS TO CONTROL 
THE COMPUTER AND INTERFACE TERMINAL, AND 
COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR USE IN PROVIDING 
AUTOMATIC OR SEMI-AUTOMATIC INQUIRY RE- 
SPONSE, OR AUTOMATIC OR SEMI-AUTOMATIC DATA 
ENTRY CAPABILITIES (U.S. CLS. 21, 26 AND 38). 

FIRST USE 9-25-1984; IN COMMERCE 9-25-1984. 



CLASS 37— CONSTRUCnON AND REPAIR 

FOR INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF COM- 
MUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT COMPRISING INTEGRAT- 
ED PROGRAMMABLE COMPUTER HARDWARE AND 
SOFTWARE PROVIDING AUTOMATED OR SEMI-AUTO- 
MATED INQUIRY RESPONSES OR AUTOMATIC OR 
SEMI-AUTOMATIC DATA ENTRY CAPABILITIES (U.S. 
CL. 103). 

FIRST USE 9-25-1984; IN COMMERCE 9-25-1984. 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTinC 
APPARATUS 

FOR DATA, SOUND, AND IMAGES RECORDERS, 
TRANSMITTERS, REPRODUCERS, AMPLIFIERS AND 
DISPLAYS; MAGNETIC AND OPTICAL DATA-CARRI- 
ERS; DATA PROCESSORS; COMPUTERS AND COMPUT- 
ER PERIPHERALS, NAMELY, PRINTERS, KEYBOARDS, 
DISPLAYS AND DATA STORAGE UNITS; BLANK COM- 
PUTER TAPES, DISCS AND CASSETTES; COMPUTER 
PROGRAMS RECORDED ON PUNCHED CARDS, COM- 
PUTER PROGRAMS IN PRINTED FORM, MAGNETIC 
TAPES AND MAGNETIC DISCS, AND PARTS OF THE 
AFORESAID (U.S. CLS. 21, 26 AND 38). 



CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR CARDS FOR DATA PROCESSING; BUSINESS 
FORMS; PRINTING PAPER FOR COMPUTERS AND 
NOTE BLOCKS; IMAGE RECORDING PAPER; BOOKS, 
MAGAZINE AND NEWSLETTERS CONTAINING ARTI- 
CLES ABOUT DATA PROCESSING AND SUBJECTS OF 
GENERAL INTEREST; EDUCATIONAL PUBLICATIONS, 
NAMELY HANDBOOKS AND PROGRAMMED INSTRUC- 
TIONAL BOOKS FOR THE DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, 
MAINTENANCE, OPERATION AND PROGRAMMING OF 
DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT; TYPEWRITERS; 
LETTER TYPES AND TYPE FACES (U.S. CLS. 14, 23, 37 
AND 38). 



SN 617,248. SARAMAR CORPORATION, WILMINGTON, 
DE. ASSIGNEE OF STANDARD MEAT COMPANY, 
FORT WORTH, TX. FILED 7-23-1986. 



-Standard's. 



Chefmasfrer 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "PREMIER ENTREES", APART FROM THE MARK 
AS SHOWN. 



SN 614,426. PHILIPS EXPORT B.V., EINDHOVEN, NETH- 
ERLANDS, FILED 8-12-1986. 



LMS 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON BENELUX 
CONV APPLICATION NO. 685367, FILED 7-15-1986, REG. 
NO 419981, DATED 7-15-1986, EXPIRES 7-15-1996. 



CLASS 29— MEATS AND PROCESSED FOODS 

FOR CHILE, CHILE WITH BEANS, BEEF WITH MACA- 
RONI, BEEF STEW, BEEF STROGANOFF, PEPPER 
STEAK, MEAT LOAF, SALISBURY STEAK, STUFFED 
GREEN PEPPERS, STUFFED CABBAGE ROLLS, CHICK- 
EN AND BISCUITS, CHICKEN CHOW MEIN, CHICKEN A 
LA KING, TURKEY, CHICKEN AND DUMPLINGS, 
SWEET AND SOUR CHICKEN, COD, PREPARED POTA- 
TOES, CORN SOUFFLE, PREPARED BROCCOLI, PRE- 
PARED YAMS AND APPLES, PREPARED APPLES, RA- 
TATOUILLE, BEEF AND BEAN NACHO TOPPING, 
ITALIAN SAUSAGE AND PEPPERS, VEAL PARMI- 
GIANA, MEATBALLS, MEAT BASED TACO FILLING 
(U.S. CL. 46). 

FIRST USE 2-2-1986; IN COMMERCE 2-2-1986. 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM 5 



CLASS 30— STAPLE FOODS 

FOR MACARONI AND CHEESE, LASAGNE, BURRI- 
TOS, BEEF FAJITAS, CHICKEN FAJITAS, BEEF CHIMI- 
CHANGAS, CHICKEN CHIMICHANGAS, VEGETABLE 
LASAGNE, APPLE CRISP, CHERRY CRISP AND PEACH 
CRISP DESSERTS (U.S. CL. 46). 

FIRST USE 2-2-1986; IN COMMERCE 2-2-1986. 



SN 636,191. WESBAR CORPORATION, WEST BEND, WI. 
FILED 12-19-1986. 



WESBAR 



SN 626,426. ALERT COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. 
CA. FILED 10-23-1986. 



IRVINE, 



fWJRl 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SOENTIHC 
APPARATUS 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS AND INSTRUCTION 
MANUALS SOLD AS A UNIT FOR USE IN MANAGING 
AND PROCESSING DATA ABOUT CUSTOMER MAINTE- 
NANCE AND REPAIR CALLS AND WARRANTY AD- 
MINISTRATION IN THE FIELDS OF INDUSTRIAL, 
ELECTRONIC AND COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT (U.S. 
CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 8-0-1984; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1984. 

CLASS 35— ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS 

FOR MANAGING AND PROCESSING REQUESTS BY 
THE CUSTOMERS OF OTHERS FOR REPAIR, MAINTE- 
NANCE, AND WARRANTY WORK IN THE FIELDS OF 
INDUSTRIAL, ELECTRONIC AND COMMERCIAL 
EQUIPMENT (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 8-0-1984; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1984. 



SN 634,348. AMSCOT GROUP, INC., THE, BLOOMFIELD, 
CT. FILED 12-8-1986. 




OWNER OF US REG NO. 1,446,823. 

THE DRAWING IS LINED FOR THE COLORS RED, 
BLUE AND GOLD, AND THESE COLORS ARE 
CLAIMED AS A FEATURE OF THE MARK. 



CLASS 39— TRANSPORTATION AND 
STORAGE 

FOR COURIER SERVICES (U.S. CL. 105). 
FIRST USE 1-10-1986; IN COMMERCE 1-10-1986. 

CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR PRINTING SERVICES (US CL. 100). 
FIRST USE 1-10-1986; IN COMMERCE 1-10-1986. 



CLASS 8— HAND TOOLS 

FOR MANUALLY OPERATED JACKS AND PARTS 
THEREOF (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 10-0-1975; IN COMMERCE 10-0-1975. 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCTENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR WIRING HARNESSES (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26). 
FIRST USE 7-0-1970; IN COMMERCE 7-0-1970. 



CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR TAIL LIGHTS; MARKER LIGHTS; REFLECTORS; 
AND LENSES FOR USE WITH TAIL LIGHTS, MARKER 
LIGHTS AND REFLECTORS (U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 10-0-1972; IN COMMERCE 10-0-1972. 



CLASS 12— VEHICLES 

FOR TRAILER ACCESSORIES, NAMELY, BEARING 
PROTECTORS, HUB CAPS, GREASE CAPS AND FEND- 
ERS (U.S. CL. 19). 

FIRST USE 7-0-1970; IN COMMERCE 7-0-1970. 



SN 638,109. 
1-2-1987. 



ADVETECH, INC., HOUSTON, TX. FILED 



MULTI-SEAL 



CLASS 1— CHEMICALS 

FOR PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE FLUID FOR USE 
AS AN INFLATOR-SEALER, COOLANT, AND REPAIR- 
ING COMPOSITION FOR AUTOMOBILE, TRUCK AND 
EQUIPMENT TIRES (U.S. CLS. 5 AND 6). 

FIRST USE 9-11-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-11-1986. 



CLASS 17— RUBBER GOODS 

FOR PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE FLUID FOR USE 
AS A TIRE AND PUNCTURE SEALANT, LEAK PREVEN- 
TOR, AND HEAT DISSIPATOR FOR AUTOMOBILE, 
TRUCK AND EQUIPMENT TIRES (U.S. CLS. 19 AND 35). 

FIRST USE 9-11-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-11-1986. 



208-920 TMOG-88-3 - QL 3 



TM6 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 641,987. MICHLIN CHEMICAL CORPORATION, DE- 
TROIT, MI. FILED 1-29-1987. 




CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR AUDIO AND VIDEO TAPES; AUDIO AND VIDEO 
CASSETTES; ELECTRIC STORAGE BATTERIES; ELEC- 
TRIC DRY CELL BATTERIES; CAMERAS AND PARTS 
THEREOF; VIDEO CAMERAS; EYE GLASSES AND 
SPORTING SUN GLASSES AND ELECTRIC VACUUM 
CLEANERS (U.S. CLS. 21, 23, 26 AND 36). 



CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR ELECTRIC LAMPS; ELECTRICALLY OPERATED 
HOUSE AND KITCHEN EQUIPMENT, NAMELY, 
MIXERS, COFFEE GRINDERS, ELECTRIC COFFEE 
AND/OR TEA MAKERS, TOASTERS, EGG COOKERS 
FOR DOMESTIC USE AND MICROWAVE OVENS (U.S. 
CLS. 21, 23 AND 34). 



CLASS 1— CHEMICALS 

FOR MURIATIC ACID FOR ETCHING STONE, BRICK 
AND CONCRETE AND FOR SWIMMING POOL WATER 
(U.S. CL. 6). 

FIRST USE 9-0-1946; IN COMMERCE 9-0-1946. 

CLASS 2— PAINTS 

FOR CONCRETE PRESERVATIVE COATING; LATEX 
CONCRETE SEALER; POLYURETHANE GLOSS COAT- 
ING FOR WOOD; POLYURETHANE STAIN FOR WOOD; 
PAINT THINNERS INCLUDING TOLUENE, DENA- 
TURED ALCOHOL, NAPTHA AND XYLENE; CLEAR 
WOOD PROTECTIVE COATING; WOOD REFINISHER; 
LACQUER THINNER; REDWOOD PROTECTIVE COAT- 
ING; WEATHER RESISTANT COATING FOR EXTERIOR 
WOOD; WOOD DEGLOSSING COATING; TURPENTINE; 
TURPENSOL; LINSEED OIL, BOILED AND RAW, FOR 
USE AS WOOD PRESERVATIVE AND PAINT ADDITIVE 
(U.S. CL. 16). 

HRST USE 9-0-1946; IN COMMERCE 9-0-1946. 



CLASS 3— COSMETICS AND CLEANING 
PREPARATIONS 

FOR LIQUID PAINT BRUSH CLEANER; WINDSHIELD 
WASHER FLUID; PAINT AND VARNISH REMOVER; 
LIQUID DRAIN OPENER; ALUMINUM CLEANER; TOL- 
UENE AND XYLENE FOR USE AS DEGREASING 
CLEANERS (U.S. CLS. 6 AND 52). 

FIRST USE 9-0-1946; IN COMMERCE 9-0-1946. 



SN 647,743. TRAKSPORTS, INC., ST. LOUIS, MO. FILED 
3-4-1987. 

{ 

SYMBOL OF COMMITMENT 
TO THE ATHLETE 



CLASS 35— ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS 

FOR SPORTS EVENT PROMOTION, SPONSORSHIP 
PROCUREMENT SERVICES AND ATHLETIC MANAGE- 
MENT SERVICES (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 1-15-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-15-1987. 



CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR PRODUCTION OF SPORTING EVENTS FOR 
OTHERS AND/OR CONDUCTING SPORTING EXHIBI- 
TIONS (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 1-15-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-15-1987. 



CLASS 4— LUBRICANTS AND FUELS 

FOR DENATURED ALCOHOL AND KEROSENE FOR 
USE AS FUELS (U.S. CL. 15). 

FIRST USE 9-0-1946; IN COMMERCE 9-0-1946. 



SN 652,094. VIDEO TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRIES, INC., 
NORTHBROOK, IL. FILED 3-30-1987. 



VTI 



SN 645,834 MITSUBISHI INTERNATIONAL GMBH, DUS- 
SELDORF, FED REP GERMANY, FILED 2-24-1987. 



MITSULUX 



CLASS 15— MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

FOR ELECTRONIC MUSICAL KEYBOARDS (U.S. CL. 
36). 
FIRST USE 9-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-1-1986. 



OWNER OF FED REP GERMANY REG. NO. 1041361, 
DATED 12-1-1982, EXPIRES 10-20-1992. 

OWNER OF FED REP GERMANY REG. NO. 1091902, 
DATED 5-27-1986. EXPIRES 3-12-1996. 



CLASS 28— TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS 

FOR ELECTRONIC GAMES FOR THE TEACHING OF 
CHILDREN (U.S. CLS. 22 AND 23). 

FIRST USE 9-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-1-1986. 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM7 



SN 652,429. SOMFY, CLUSES, HAUTE-SEVOIE, FRANCE, SN 653,491. BARNA AND DANNER COMPANY, ONEIDA, 
FILED 4-2-1987. TN. FILED 4-1-1987. 




v--^'^'-\^* 




OWNER OF FRANCE REG. NO. 1325924, DATED 
10-23-1985, EXPIRES 5-13-1997. 

OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 899,053. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE THE PICTURE OF A SWITCH FOR UP AND DOWN 
CONTROL, APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 



CLASS 7— MACHINERY 

FOR ELECTRIC MOTORS AND ELECTRIC MOTORS 
SPEED REDUCERS, FOR AWNINGS, SHUTTERS, 
DOORS, WINDOWS AND METALLIC SHUTTERS (U.S. 
CL. 23). 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC REMOTE CON- 
TROLS FOR ELECTRIC MOTORS, ELECTRIC CIRCUIT 
INTERRUPTERS, SIGNAL LIGHTS, AND PHOTO ELEC- 
TRIC CELLS FOR AWNINGS, SHUTTERS, DOORS, WIN- 
DOWS AND METALLIC SHUTTERS (U.S. CL. 21). 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "LOG SYSTEMS", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

THE LINING SHOWN IN THE MARK ON THE DRAW- 
ING IS A FEATURE OF THE MARK AND DOES NOT 
REPRESENT COLOR. 

THE NAME "JIM BARNA" IS THE NAME OF A 
LIVING INDIVIDUAL WHOSE CONSENT IS OF 
RECORD. 



CLASS 37— CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR 

FOR CUSTOM CONSTRUCTION AND MANUFACTURE 
OF PREFABRICATED LOG STRUCTURES (U.S. CL. 103). 
FIRST USE 10-0-1983; IN COMMERCE 10-0-1983. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN OF LOG STRUC- 
.TURES TO ORDER AND/OR SPECIFICATION; CATA- 
LOG SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF PREFABRICATED 
LOG STRUCTURES (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). 

FIRST USE 10-0-1983; IN COMMERCE 10-0-1983. 



SN 653.077. STAT ORGANIZATION SYSTEMS, INC.. SAN 
RAFAEL, CA. FILED 4-6-1987. 



THE S.T.A.T. SYSTEM 



SN 654,028. CONSUMERS PACKAGING INC., 
COKE. ONTARIO, CANADA, FILED 4-9-1987. 



ETOBI- 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SYSTEM", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 



CONSUMERS 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTinC 
APPARATUS 

FOR RECORDED COMPUTER PROGRAMS (U.S. CL. 
38). 
FIRST USE 3-12-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-12-1987. 



CLASS 20— FURNTTURE AND ARTICLES NOT 
OTHERWISE CLASSinED 

FOR GLASS CONTAINERS FOR COMMERCIAL PACK- 
AGING, CREAMER CONTAINERS, YOGURT CONTAIN- 
ERS, AND CONDIMENT CONTAINERS (U.S. CL. 2). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1956; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1956. 



CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR PRINTED FORMS; CLIP BOARDS; DESK FILE 
TRAYS; AND DOCUMENT FILE RACKS (U.S. CLS. 37 
AND 38). 

FIRST USE 3-12-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-12-1987. 



CLASS 21— HOUSEWARES AND GLASS 

FOR ALL PURPOSE GLASS CONTAINERS FOR DO- 
MESTIC USE. AND PLASTIC SOFT DRINK CUPS (U.S. 
CL. 2). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1956; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1956. 



TM 8 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 654,236. STSC, INC., ROCKVILLE. MD. FILED SN 657,923. JOSEPH P. KENNEDY, JR. FOUNDATION, 
4-10-1987 THE WASHINGTON. DC. FILED 4-29-1987. 



LOGISTICS ir PLUS 



A COMMUNITY OF CARING 



CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
, MATTER 

FOR PRINTED MATTER, NAMELY, BROCHURES, 
MANUALS AND GUIDES CONCERNING ADOLESCENT 

OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,020.411, 1.421.754 AND ''1^°i!!!^J?5JiV^.„9^. J?^; „.^„ 

OTHERS FIRST USE 0-0-1980; IN COMMERCE 0-O-1980. 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTinC 
APPARATUS 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 8-31-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-31-1986 

CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAM MANUALS (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 8-31-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-31-1986. 



CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, NAMELY PROVID- 
ING INSTRUCTION FOR USE OF COMPUTER SOFT- 
WARE (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST Vr.E 7-31-1986; IN COMMERCE 7-31-1986. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR CONSULTING SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF 
COMPUTER SOFTWARE (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 7-31-1986; IN COMMERCE 7-31-1986. 



CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, NAMELY CONDUCT- 
ING CLASSES AND SEMINARS CONCERNING ADOLES- 
CENT PREGNANCY (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1978. 



SN 659,570 WORLD CLASS RESORTS INTERNATIONAL, 
INC., STATELINE, NV FILED 5-8-1987. 



SN 654,758. ACOUSTIC INDUSTRIES, INC., ARVADA, CO. 
FILED 4-13-1987. 





Acoustic 

Industries, 

Inc. 



CLASS 36— INSURANCE AND FINANOAL 

FOR VACATION REAL ESTATE TIMESHARE MAN- 
AGEMENT AND BROKERAGE SERVICES (US CLS. 101 
AND 102). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1982. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "ACOUSTIC INDUSTRIES, INC". APART FROM 
THE MARK AS SHOWN 

THE MARK CONSISTS IN PART OF THE LETTERS 
"AI" IN STYLIZED FORM. 



CLASS 7— MACHINERY 

FOR USE ON MACHINES FOR RE-SKINNING ACOUS- 
TICAL CEILING TILE (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 7-7-1986; IN COMMERCE 7-7-1986. 



CLASS 37— CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR 

FOR REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF TIMESHARE 
PROPERTIES (U.S. CL. 103). 
FIRST USE 6-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1982. 



CLASS 39— TRANSPORTATION AND 
STORAGE 

FOR MAKING TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS FOR TIME- 
SHARE OWNERS AND QUESTS (U.S. CL. 105). 
FIRST USE 6-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1982. 



CLASS 40— MATERIAL TREATMENT 

FOR PROVIDING SERVICES OF RE-SKINNING 
ACOUSTICAL CEILING TILE (U.S. CLS. 103 AND 106). 
FIRST USE 7-7-1986; IN COMMERCE 7-7-1986. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVI(CES 

FOR RESORT HOTEL MANAGEMENT, ACCOMMODA- 
TIONS AND RESERVATIONS SERVICES (U.S. CLS 100, 
101 AND 107). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1982 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM9 



SN 660,394. AIR/SPACE AMERICA, SAN DIEGO, CA. 
FILED 5-8-1987. 



AIR/SPACE AMERICA 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR DESIGN SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF SELECT- 
ING LIGHT SOURCES FOR OBTAINING AN OPTIMUM 
DISTRIBUTION OF LIGHT (U.S. CL. 100). 



CLASS 35— ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS 

FOR ARRANGING TRADE EXPOSITIONS IN THE 
FIELD OF AIR AND SPACE EQUIPMENT AND VEHI- 
CLES (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 8-9-1985; IN COMMERCE 8-9-1985. 



CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES. NAMELY. AR- 
RANGING AIR SHOWS AND AIR AND SPACE EXPOSI- 
TIONS (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 8-9-1985; IN COMMERCE 8-9-1985. 



SN 660.551. NATIONAL SPORTING GOODS CORPORA- 
TION, PASSAIC, NJ. FILED 5-13-1987. 



UNICORN 



CLASS 12— VEHICLES 

FOR BICYCLES (U.S. CL. 19). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1983; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1983. 



CLASS 28— TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS 

FOR ROLLER SKATES (U.S. CL. 22). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1983; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1983. 



SN 660,875. ZUMTOBEL AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT, 
DORNBIRN, VORARLBERG, AUSTRIA, FILED 
5-14-1987. 



MIREL 



OWNER OF AUSTRIA REG. NO. 113662. DATED 
8-21-1986. EXPIRES 8-21-1996. 
I OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1.460.705. 



SN 662.224. YANKEE WIRE CLOTH PRODUCTS. INC., 
THE, WEST LAFAYETTE, OH. FILED 5-20-1987. 



DIXCEE WIRE CLOTH 
PRODUCTS 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "WIRE CLOTH PRODUCTS", APART FROM THE 
MARK AS SHOWN. 



CLASS 6— METAL GOODS 

FOR WIRE CLOTH, STRAINERS AND SCREENS FOR 
USE IN FILTERING AND STRAINING UNWANTED 
PARTICULATES FROM FLUIDS OR SOLIDS (U.S. CL. 13). 

FIRST USE 7-31-1984; IN COMMERCE 7-31-1984. 



CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR FILTERS FOR USE IN FILTERING AND STRAIN- 
ING UNWANTED PARTICULTES FROM FLUIDS OR 
SOLIDS (U.S. CL. 31). 

FIRST USE 7-31-1984; IN COMMERCE 7-31-1984. 



SN 663,792. GILMAR S.P.A., CATTOLICA, FORLI, ITALY, 
FILED 6-1-1987. 




CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR LUMINOUS ADVERTISING SIGNS; PHOTO- 
GRAPHIC PROJECTORS AND PARTS THEREFOR (U.S. 
CLS. 21, 26 AND 50). 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON ITALY 
APPLICATION NO. 41869-C/86, FILED 12-19-1986. REG. 
NO. 465019, DATED 2-13-1987, EXPIRES 12-19-2006. 



CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR INCANDESCENT AND GAS DISCHARGE 
LIGHTS; ELECTRIC LIGHT BULBS AND LIGHT SOCK- 
ETS, LAMP REFLECTORS, LIGHT-GUIDING LOUVERS; 
ELECTRIC LAMP PARTS, NAMELY, HOUSING AND 
HOUSING PARTS, DRAWBARS, HOODS, LANTERNS 
AND FITTINGS; FILTERS AND LENSES FOR FLOOD- 
LIGHTS AND SPOTLIGHTS (U.S. CL. 21). 

CLASS 37— CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR 

FOR CONSTRUCTION SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF 
INSTALLING LIGHT FIXTURES (U.S. CL. 103). 



CLASS 3— COSMETICS AND CLEANING 
PREPARATIONS 

FOR PERFUME, COLOGNE, SKIN LOTION, TOILET 
SOAPS, BATH OILS, BUBBLE BATH, FACIAL SCRUBS, 
BATH GEL, INCENSE, MAKEUP, LIPSTICK. LIP GLOSS, 
MASCARA. NIGHT CREAM, FACIAL POWDER, BEAUTY 
CREAMS (U.S. CLS 51 AND 52). 

CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR EYE GLASSES, SUNGLASSES, EYEGLASS CASES, 
FASHION CORDS FOR GLASSES (U.S. CL. 26). 



TM 10 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 14— JEWELRY 

FOR WATCHES, WATCH BANDS. WATCH CHAINS, 
CLOCKS (U.S. CLS. 14, 27 AND 28). 

CLASS 18— LEATHER GOODS 

FOR LUGGAGE, NAMELY, ATTACHE CASES, GAR- 
MENT BAGS, SUITCASES, BRIEFCASES, ATHLETIC 
BAGS. DUFFEL BAGS, HAT BOXES FOR TRAVEL, 
OVERNIGHT CASES, VANITY CASES, TRAVELING 
TRUNKS. SHOULDER BAGS, PURSES, HANDBAGS, 
WALLETS (U.S. CL. 3) 

CLASS 25— CLOTHING 

FOR MENS' AND WOMENS" CLOTHING, NAMELY. 
BELTS, NECKWEAR, SUITS. SHIRTS. BLOUSES. SKIRTS. 
DRESSES. HOSIERY. SCARVES. SHAWLS, MENS' AND 
WOMENS' BLAZERS. COATS. JACKETS. JEANS. JOG- 
GING SUITS. LOUNGEWEAR. PANTSUITS. RAINWEAR. 
SHORTS. SLACKS. SOCKS. SPORT COATS (U.S. CL. 39). 



SN 665.609. AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, INC., THE, 
NEW YORK, NY. FILED fr-9-1987. 



STREET FIGHT 



CLASS 36— INSURANCE AND HNANOAL 

FOR CONDUCTING A RESIDENTIAL DOOR-TO-DOOR 
FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN (U.S. CL. 102). 
FIKST USE 4-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1987. 

CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, NAMELY DOOR-TO- 
DOOR DISTRIBUTION OF CANCER INFORMATION (U.S. 
CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 4-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1987. 



SN 663.912. FRITZ GYGER AG. GWATT-THUN, SWIT- 
ZERLAND, FILED 6-1-1987. 



SN 667,032. CONTROL AUTOMATION. INC., ALTA- 
MONTE SPRINGS, FL. FILED 6-16-1987. 



GYGER 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON SWIT- 
ZERLAND APPLICATION NO. 352231, FILED 12-8-1986. 
REG. NO. 352231, DATED 12-8-1986, EXPIRES 12-8-2006. 

CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR CARTRIDGES FOR PHONOGRAPHS AND PARTS 
THEREFOR, STYLI; COMPASSES AND PARTS THERE- 
FOR; MAGNETS AND MICROMAGNETS; PROBE, CON- 
TACT AND PUSH-UP NEEDLES AND EJECTOR PINS 
FOR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26). 




u 







CLASS 10— MEDICAL APPARATUS 

FOR SURGICAL, MEDICAL, DENTAL AND VETERI- 
NARY APPARATUS AND INSTRUMEt^TTS, NAMELY 
SURGICAL KNIVES (US CL 44). 



SN 664,488 CADCRAFT, INC., OLD SAYBROOK, CT. 
FILED 5-29-1987. 



g— 



THE MARK IS A STYLIZED REPRESENTATION OF 
THE LETTERS "CA ". 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SOENTinC 
APPARATUS 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 3-22-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-14-1987. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR CUSTOM DESIGN OF AUTOMATION SYSTEMS 
FOR MANUFACTURING APPLICATIONS (U.S. CL. 100). 
FIRST USE 3-22-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-14-1987. 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR COMPUTER 
AIDED DESIGNS (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 10-1-1986; IN COMMERCE IO-I-1986. 

CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR PROVIDING TRAINING IN THE COMPUTER 
HELD (U.S. CL. 107). 
HRST USE 10-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-1-1986. 



SN 668,606. MR. SUBMARINE LIMITED, TORONTO. ON- 
TARIO, CANADA, HLED 6-25-1987. 



LUBASUB 



OWNER OF CANADA REG. NO. 326142, DATED 
-10-1987, EXPIRES 4-10-2002. 



CLASS 30— STAPLE FOODS 

FOR SANDWICHES FOR CONSUMPTION ON AND 
OFF THE PREMISES (U.S. CL. 46). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PAtENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM 11 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR RESTAURANT SERVICES (US CL. 100). 



I 

SN 668,759. MARUZEN KABUSHIKI KAISHA, CHUO-KU, 
TOKYO, JAPAN. FILED 6-26-1987. 



MARUZEN 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR TIME RECORDERS, TIME STAMPS AND TIME 
PRINTING MACHINES (U.S. CL. 26). 
FIRST USE 2-0-1939; IN COMMERCE 11-30-1986. 



SN 670.440. VALENTINO INTERNATIONAL CORP., DBA 
THE VALENTINO COLLECTION, ELMSFORD, NY. 
FILED 7-6-1987. 




CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR MARKERS AND PENS, MANUAL NUMBERING 
STAMPERS. ELECTRIC AND MANUAL STAPLERS AND 
ELECTRIC AND MANUAL PUNCHES (U.S. CLS. 23 AND 
37). 

FIRST USE 2-0-1939; IN COMMERCE 11-30-1986. 



SN 670.164. HARROW PRODUCTS, INC., GRAND RAPIDS, 
Ml. FILED 7-6-1987. 



LEIGH 



CLASS 6— METAL GOODS 

FOR METAL MAILBOXES AND POSTS, THEREFOR; 
METAL GRIDS FOR SUPPORTING SUSPENDED CEIL- 
ING PANELS AND TILES; METAL CLOTHES CHUTE 
DOORS; METAL VENTS FOR USE IN CONSTRUCTION. 
NAMELY, ROOF, ROOF JACK, ROOF RIDGE. GABLE, 
WALL, EAVE, SOFFET, FOUNDATION, MASONRY 
WALL CAP AND NON-POWERED TURBINE VENTS 
AND VACUUM CAPS THEREFOR (U.S. CL. 12). 

FIRST USE 7-0-1972; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1972. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "COLLECTION". APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 



CLASS 20— FURNITURE AND ARTICLES NOT 
OTHERWISE CLASSIFIED 

FOR SCULPTURED FIGURINES OF POLYRESINS AND 
PLASTIC (U.S. CL. 50). 
HRST USE 6-19-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-19-1987. 



CLASS 21— HOUSEWARES AND GLASS 

FOR SCULPTURED FIGURINES OF PORCELAIN. 
EARTHENWARE, BONE CHINA AND TERRACOTTA 
(U.S. CLS. 30 AND 50). 

FIRST USE 6-19-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-19-1987. 



SN 670.695. AIR/SPACE AMERICA, SAN DIEGO, CA. 
nLED 7-7-1987. 



CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR VENTILATION EQUIPMENT. NAMELY. POW- 
ERED ROOF. WALL AND GABLE FANS; CLOTHES 
DRYER VENTS; REGISTER PANELS FOR HOT AIR AND 
AIR CONDITIONING INTAKES AND OUTLETS; FLOOR, 
WALL AND CEILING AIR DIFFUSERS; FLOOR, WALL 
AND CEILING VENTILATION GRILLS; AIR DIFFUSING 
DAMPERS; FLOOR, WALL AND CEILING VENTILAT- 
ING REGISTERS; POWERED AIR-FLOW REGISTERS, 
HUMIDIFIERS; AND FLEXIBLE VENTILATING DUCTS 
(U.S. CL. 34). 

FIRST USE 8-0-1971; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1971. 




A1R/SR\CE 
Ammca 



THE LINING SHOWN ON THE MARK IS A FEATURE 
OF THE MARK AND DOES NOT INDICATE COLOR. 



CLASS 20— FURNTTURE AND ARTICLES NOT 
OTHERWISE CLASSIHED 

FOR ADJUSTABLE SHELVING, BATH CABINETS 
AND MIRRORS (U.S. CL. 32). 
FIRST USE 6-0-1984; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1984. 



CLASS 35— ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS 

FOR ARRANGING TRADE EXPOSITIONS IN THE 
FIELD OF AIR AND SPACE EQUIPMENT AND VEHI- 
CLES (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 10-15-1985; IN COMMERCE 10-15-1985. 



TM 12 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES, NAMELY, AR- 
RANGING AIR SHOWS AND AIR AND SPACE EXPOSI- 
TIONS (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 10-15-1985; IN COMMERCE 10-15-1985 



SN 672,079. AUSTIN COMPANY, THE, CLEVELAND. OH. 
FILED 7-13-1987. 



CLASS 37— CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR 

FOR CONSTRUCTION OF INDUSTRIAL AND COM- 
MERCIAL BUILDINGS AND CONSULTING SERVICES 
IN THE FIELD OF CONSTRUCTION (U.S. CL. 103). 

FIRST USE 5-6-1986; IN COMMERCE 5-6-1986 

CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR PLANNING, DESIGNING AND ENGINEERING 
SERVICES RENDERED TO THE CONSTRUCTION IN- 
DUSTRY (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 5-6-1986; IN COMMERCE 5-6-1986. 




SN 673,705. DR RAINER BOHM GMBH & CO. KG. 
MINDEN, FED REP GERMANY, FILED 7-22-1987 




INNOVATION 

INTEGRATION 

IMPLEMENTATION 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "INNOVATION INTEGRATION IMPLEMENTA- 
TION", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

CLASS 37— CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR 

FOR CONSTRUCTION OF INDUSTRIAL AND COM- 
MERCIAL BUILDINGS AND CONSULTING SERVICES 
IN THE FIELD OF CONSTRUCTION (U.S. CL. 103). 

HRST USE 5-6-1986; IN COMMERCE 5-6-1986. 

CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR PLANNING, DESIGNING AND ENGINEERING 
SERVICES RENDERED TO THE CONSTRUCTION IN- 
DUSTRY (US CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 5-6-1986; IN COMMERCE 5-6-1986. 



SN 672,080. AUSTIN COMPANY, THE, CLEVELAND, OH. 
RLED 7-13-1987. 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC 44(D) ON FED REP 
GERMANY APPLICATION NO. B80965/15, FILED 
1-31-1987, REG NO. 1108583, DATED 7-14-1987, EXPIRES 
1-31-1997. 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTinC 
APPARATUS 

FOR APPARATUS AND INSTRUMENTS FOR LIGHT 
CURRENT ENGINEERING IN THE FIELD OF TELE- 
COMMUNICATIONS, NAMELY, MICROPROCESSOR- 
CONTROLLED APPARATUS FOR REGULATION AND 
CONTROL OF LIGHT WAVES; APPARATUS FOR RE- 
CORDING, TRANSMISSION AND REPRODUCTION OF 
SOUND AND IMAGES. NAMELY, BLANK AND PRERE- 
CORDED AUDIO AND VIDEO TAPES AND DISKS; 
ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT. 
NAMELY, COMPUTERS, MICROPROCESSORS AND MIN- 
ICOMPUTERS (U.S. CLS. 21. 26 AND 36) 



CLASS 15— MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

FOR ELECTRONIC MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, 
NAMELY, ELECTRONIC ORGANS AND RHYTHM IN- 
STRUMENTS, AND PARTS AND FITTINGS THEREFOR 
(U.S. CLS. 21 AND 36). 




SN 674,619 OCLC ONLINE COMPUTER LIBRARY 
CENTER INCORPORATED, DUBLIN, OH FILED 
7-27-1987. 



OCLC LINK 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,200,881 AND 1.201,378. 
NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "LINK", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

CLASS 38— COMMUNICATION 

FOR ELECTTRONIC MAIL SERVICES (U.S. CLS. 104 
AND 105). 
FIRST USE 11-28-1986; IN COMMERCE 12-4-1986. 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM 13 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR PROVIDING ONLINE ACCESS TO DATABASES 
OF THIRD PARTIES (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). 
FIRST USE 11-28-1986; IN COMMERCE 12-4-1986. 



SN 676,533. GILSTER-MARY LEE CORPORATION, PER- 
RYVILLE, IL. FILED 8-4-1987. 



CINCH 



CLASS 24— FABRICS 

FOR TOWELS (U.S. CL. 42). 

FIRST USE 8-3-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-3-1987. 

CLASS 25— CLOTHING 

FOR T-SHIRTS (US CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 8-3-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-3-1987. 

CLASS 28— TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS 

FOR DOLLS (U.S. CL. 22). 

FIRST USE 8-3-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-3-1987. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 444,738 AND OTHERS. 

CLASS 30— STAPLE FOODS 

FOR CAKE FROSTINGS, BREAKFAST CEREALS, AND 
MACARONI AND CHEESE (US. CL. 46). 
FIRST USE 5-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-0-1987. 

CLASS 31— NATURAL AGRICULTURAL 
PRODUCTS 

FOR UNPOPPED POPCORN FOR PREPARATION IN 
MICROWAVE OVENS (U.S. CLS 1 AND 46). 
FIRST USE 1-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1987. 



SN 676.931. CENKOR, INC., REDMOND, OR. FILED 
8-6-1987. 



CENKOR 

CLASS 7— MACHINERY 

FOR REPLACEABLE CUTTING IMPLEMENTS FOR 
MACHINE TOOLS, NAMELY DRILL BITS AND SAWS 
(U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 7-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-0-1987. 



SN 678,933. UNDERGROUND CAMERA ONE HOUR 
PHOTO, FOXBORO. MA. FILED 8-17-1987 



UNDERGROUND CAMERA 
ONE HOUR PHOTO 



OWNER OF U.S. REG NOS 1,254,953, 1,345,824 AND 
OTHERS. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CAMERA" AND "ONE HOUR PHOTO", APART 
FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

CLASS 40— MATERIAL TREATMENT 

FOR PHOTOFINISHING SERVICES (U.S. CL. 106) 
FIRST USE 10-23-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-23-1986. 

CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR RETAIL STORE SERVICES FEATURING PHOTO- 
GRAPHIC EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES (U.S. CL 
101). 

FIRST USE 10-23-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-23-1986. 



CLASS 8— HAND TOOLS 

FOR HAND TOOLS, NAMELY HAMMERS, WRENCHES 
AND PLIERS (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 7-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-0-1987. 



SN 685,743 RAISIN CO , INC., THE, SAN JUAN CAPIS- 
TRANO, CA. FILED 9-22-1987. 



RAISINS 



SN 678,274. THOSE CHARACTERS FROM CLEVELAND, 
INC., CLEVELAND, OH. FILED 8-13-1987. 



PRETTY POCKETS 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,322,226, 1,340,827 AND 
1,355,414. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "POCKETS", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR GREETING CARDS (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 8-3-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-3-1987. 



CLASS 21— HOUSEWARES AND GLASS 

FOR CERAMIC PLATES AND KITCHEN CANISTERS 
(U.S. CLS. 2 AND 30). 

FIRST USE 8-3-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-3-1987. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,192,179. 



CLASS 14— JEWELRY 

FOR EARRINGS (U.S. CL. 28). 

FIRST USE 9-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-1-1986. 



CLASS 18— LEATHER GOODS 

FOR BEACH TOTE BAGS, AND HANDBAGS (U.S. CL. 
3). 
FIRST USE 10-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-1-1986. 

CLASS 24— FABRICS 

FOR BEACH TOWELS (U.S. CL. 42). 

FIRST USE 10-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-1-1986. 

CLASS 25— CLOTHING 

FOR SHIRTS, SKIRTS. SWEATERS, ROMPERS, JUMP- 
SUITS SWEATSHIRTS, SWEATPANTS, SWIMWEAR, 
AND BEACH COVERUPS; BELTS; SHOES, NAMELY 
SANDALS; AND HATS AND VISORS (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 4-14-1974; IN COMMERCE 4-14-1974. 



TM 14 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 685.862. AMERICAN SCX;iETY FOR INFORMATION 
SCIENCE, WASHINGTON, DC. FILED 9-23-1987. 



THE INFORMATION 

SOCIETY FOR THE 

INFORMATION AGE 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "INFORMATION SOCIETY" AND "INFORMATION". 
APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 



CLASS 30— STAPLE FOODS 

FOR YEAST CULTURES FOR FERMENTATION 
THE FOODS INDUSTRY (U.S. CL. 46). 



IN 



SN 687.897. MID-AMERICA INDUSTRIES. 
SMITH. AR FILED 10-5-1987. 



INC.. FORT 



CLASS 35— ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS 

FOR ARRANGING AND CONDUCTING TECHNICAL 
PROGRAMS, MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES AND 
PRODUCT DEMONSTRATIONS FOR INFORMAtlON 
PROFESSIONALS (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 4-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1986. 




CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR ASSOCIATION SERVICES. NAMELY. PROMOT- 
ING THE INTERESTS OF INFORMATION PROFESSION- 
ALS THROUGH RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS IN THE 
FIELD OF INFORMATION SCIENCE (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 4-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1986. 



SN 685.870. AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR INFORMATION 
SCIENCE, WASHINGTON. DC. FILED 9-23-1987. 

GET THE INFORMATION 
EDGE 



THE LINING SHOWN ON THE DRAWING IS A FEA- 
TURE OF THE MARK AND DOES NOT INDICATE 
COLOR. 



CLASS 7— MACHINERY 

FOR LAND VEHICLE PARTS. NAMELY. REMANU- 
FACTURED ALTERNATORS (U.S. CLS. 19 AND 21). 
FIRST USE 7-2-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-2-1987. 



CLASS 12— VEHICLES 

FOR LAND VEHICLE PARTS, NAMELY. REMANU- 
FACTURED STARTERS (U.S. CL. 19). 
FIRST USE 7-2-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-2-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "INFORMATION". APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN 

CLASS 35— ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS 

FOR ARRANGING AND CONDUCTING TECHNICAL 
PROGRAMS. MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES AND 
PRODUCT DEMONSTRATIONS FOR INFORMATION 
PROFESSIONALS (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 4-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1986. 

CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR ASSOCIATION SERVICES. NAMELY. PROMOT- 
ING THE INTERESTS OF INFORMATION PROFESSION- 
ALS THROUGH RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS IN THE 
FIELD OF INFORMATION SCIENCE (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 4-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1986. 



SN 686,470. FOOD INGREDIENTS SPECIALITIES S.A. 
MONCOR. FRIBOURG. SWITZERLAND. FILED 

9-25-1987. 



FERMENTAL 



SN 688.074. THOSE CHARACTERS FROM CLEVELAND. 
INC., CLEVELAND, OH. FILED 10-5-1987. 



REAL FRIENDS 



CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR GREETING CARDS (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 9-17-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-17-1987. 



CLASS 21— HOUSEWARES AND GLASS 

FOR KITCHEN CANISTERS AND CERAMIC PLATES 
(U.S. CL. 2). 
FIRST USE 9-17-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-17-1987. 



CLASS 24— FABRICS 

FOR TOWELS (U.S. CL. 42). 

FIRST USE 9-17-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-17-1987. 



OWNER OF SWITZERLAND REG. NO. 333185, DATED 
7-17-1984, EXPIRES 7-17-2004. 

CLASS 1— CHEMICALS 

FOR FUNGAL PREPARATIONS FOR USE IN FERMEN- 
TATION IN THE FOODS INDUSTRY; BACTERIAL CUL- 
TURES FOR USE IN FERMENTATION IN THE FOODS 
INDUSTRY (U.S. CL. 6). 



CLASS 25— CLOTHING 

FOR T-SHIRTS (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 9-17-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-17-1987. 



CLASS 28— TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS 

FOR STUFFED TOY FIGURES (U.S. CL. 22). 
FIRST USE 9-17-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-17-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM 15 



SN 688,590. DAVE & BUSTERS LICENSING, INC., DBA 
DAVE & BUSTERS, DALLAS, TX. RLED 10-8-1987. 



THERE'S NO PLACE QUITE 
LIKE IT 



CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES IN THE NATURE 
OF INDOOR AMUSEMENT COMPLEXES (U.S. CL. 107) 
FIRST USE 12-1-1982; IN COMMERCE 12-1-1982. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR RESTAURANT SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 
FIRST USE 12-1-1982; IN COMMERCE 12-1-1982. 



CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR BUSINESS FORMS, PREPARED MEDIA AN- 
NOUNCEMENTS. PHOTOGRAPHS. NOTEBOOKS. BIND- 
ERS. BOOKS ON FUNDRAISING. STATIONERY CARDS, 
MAGAZINES, CLIPBOARDS, FOLDERS, STAMPS 
GUMMED STICKERS, PAPER TRANSFERS, DECALs' 
BILLBOARD SHEETS, POSTERS. STATIONERY. 
NAMELY. LETTER-HEAD-TYPE PAPER AND EM- 
BOSSED OR ENGRAVED ENVELOPES, PAPER BAN- 
NERS, PENNANTS AND FLAGS, PAPER DISPLAYS, 
NAPKINS, PAPER PLACEMATS, PENS, PEN SETS COM- 
POSED OF A PEN & PENCIL, MEMO PADS AND TELE- 
PHONE ADDRESS INDEXES, HOLDERS, BILLBOARD 
SHEETS, DESK ORGANIZER (PAPER CLIP, PENCIL 
CADDY AND PAPER IN ONE), PRINTED AWARD CER- 
TIFICATES, FOLDERS AND CLIPBOARDS, BOOKENDS 
LETTER OPENERS (U.S. CLS. 37 AND 38). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1978. 



CLASS 18— LEATHER GOODS 

FOR PLASTIC PORTFOLIOS (U.S. CL. 3). 
FIRST USE 0-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1978. 



SN 688,888 UNITED WAY OF AMERICA, ALEXANDRIA, 
VA. FILED 10-9-1987. 



UNITED WAY 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1.021.242, 1,168.921 AND 
OTHERS. 



CLASS 20— FURNITURE AND ARTICLES NOT 
OTHERWISE CLASSIFIED 

FOR DESK-TOP AWARDS IN THE NATURE OfDECO- 
RATIVE PLAQUES (U.S. CL. 50). 
FIRST USE 0-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1978. 



CLASS 21— HOUSEWARES AND GLASS 

FOR CERAMIC AWARDS, TABLEWARE - NAMELY, 
PITCHERS, TRAYS, GLASSES AND COFFEE SERVICE, 
PLASTIC COFFEE MUGS, CERAMIC MUGS, PEWTER 
MUGS (U.S. CLS. 2 AND 33). 

FIRST USE 0-O-1978; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1978. 



CLASS 6— METAL GOODS 

FOR METAL GOODS— NAMELY, SIGNS, KEY CHAINS 
AND KEY HOLDERS (U.S. CLS. 13 AND 50). 
FIRST USE 0-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1978. 

1 

CLASS 8— HAND TOOLS 

FOR POCKET KNIVES. COMBINATION MONEY CLIP 
AND POCKET KNIFE, POCKET TOOL FOR REPAIRING 
GOLF GREENS AND CLEANING GOLF SHOES, COMBI- 
NATION PAPER CLIP AND ICE SCRAPER, LUCITE 
GRAVELS (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1978. 



CLASS 24— FABRICS 

FOR BANNERS, TABLECLOTHS (U.S. CL. 42). 
FIRST USE 0-0-1978; IN COMMERCE O-0-1978. 

CLASS 25— CLOTHING 

FOR SHIRTS, HATS, TIES AND SCARVES (U.S. CL. 39). 
FIRST USE 0-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1978. 

CLASS 26— FANCY GOODS 

FOR LAPEL PINS, BUTTONS AND TABS (U.S. CL. 28). 
FIRST USE 0-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1978. 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR RULERS, THERMOMETERS, MOVIES AND 
SLIDES; MAGNETIC MEMO CLIPS (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26). 
FIRST USE 0-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1978. 



CLASS 28— TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS 

FOR AERODYNAMIC FLYING DISCS, HAND-OPERAT- 
ED STRING WOUND TOYS IN THE SHAPE OF A SPOOL, 
GOLF CLUBS, GOLF BALLS AND TEES, TOY BAL- 
LOONS (U.S. CL. 22). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1978. 



CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR FLASHLIGHTS (U.S. CL. 34). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1978. 



SN 690,349. APOLLO HAIR SYSTEMS. INC., MISSION, KS. 
FILED 10-19-1987. 



CLASS 14— JEWELRY 

FOR BRONZE MEDALLIONS, BRONZE STATUE 
AWARDS (U.S. CL. 28). 
FIRST USE 0-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1978. 



AUTUMN 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,379,946 AND OTHERS. 



TM 16 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 3— COSMETICS AND CLEANING 
PREPARATIONS 

FOR HAIR CARE PREPARATIONS, SKIN LOTION 
AND COLOGNE (U.S. CL. 51). 
FIRST USE 8-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1987. 

CLASS 24— FABRICS 

FOR TEXTILE BED LINENS AND KITCHEN LINENS. 
NAMELY, POTHOLDERS, DISHTOWELS AND OVEN 
MITTS (U.S. CL. 42), 

FIRST USE 8-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1987. 



CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES - NAMELY CON- 
DUCTING MANAGEMENT TRAINING COURSES (U.S. 
CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 2-10-1985; IN COMMERCE 2-10-1985. 



SN 691,113. SIR SPEEDY, INC, LAGUNA HILLS, CA. 
FILED 10-22-1987. 



CLASS 25— CLOTHING 

FOR CLOTHING, NAMELY. SWEATERS (U.S. CL. 39). 
FIRST USE 8-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1987. 

CLASS 26— FANCY GOODS 

FOR WIGS, TOUPEES AND HAIRPIECES (U.S. CL. 40). 
FIRST USE 8-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1987. 

CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR RETAIL STORE SERVICES FEATURING HAIR 
CARE PREPARATIONS, SKIN LOTION, COLOGNE, BED 
LINENS, KITCHEN LINENS, CLOTHING, WIGS, TOU- 
PEES AND HAIRPIECES (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 8-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1987. 




OWNER OF US REG NOS. 1,178,432 AND 1,362,345 
THE MARK IS LINED FOR THE COLORS BROWN 
AND BURNT ORANGE 



SN 690,489. WELLS' DAIRY, INC., LEMARS, lA. FILED 
10-19-1987. 



WELLS' 



CLASS 35— ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS 

FOR DOCUMENT DUPLICATING (U.S. CL. 101). 
FIRST USE 5-25-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-25-1987. 



CLASS 29— MEATS AND PROCESSED FOODS 

FOR MILK, YOGURT, SOUR CREAM, SNACK DIP, 
COTTAGE CHEESE, BUTTER, MARGARINE AND 
SALAD DRESSINGS (U.S. CL. 46). 

FIRST USE 1-1-1952; IN COMMERCE 1-1-1952. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR PRINTING SERVICES (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). 
FIRST USE 5-25-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-25-1987. 



CLASS 30— STAPLE FOODS 

FOR ICE CREAM, ICE MILK, SHERBERT. MELLORINE 
FROZEN DESERT, FRUIT ICES, ICE CREAM AND ICE 
MILK NOVELTIES AND FROZEN PUDDINGS (U.S. CL. 
46). 

FIRST USE 3-0-1935; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1942. 



SN 691,157. SHEETS, JOHN, SAN MATEO, CA FILED 
10-22-1987. 



STA-PRO 



CLASS 32— LIGHT BEVERAGES 

FOR FRUIT JUICE AND CONCENTRATE FOR FRUIT 
JUICES, FRUIT DRINKS CONTAINING WATER, AND 
PURIFIED DRINKING WATER (U.S. CLS. 45 AND 46). 

HRST USE 3-0-1935; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1942. 



SN 690.576. LEADS CORPORATION, THE, MAITLAND. 
PL. FILED 10-19-1987. 



LEADS 



CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR STAINLESS STEEL TUB SINKS STAINLESS 
STEEL HOODS FOR VENTILATING STOVE COOKING 
AREAS (U.S. CLS. 13 AND 34) 

FIRST USE 4-4-1977; IN COMMERCE 4-4-1977. 



CLASS 20— FURNITURE AND ARTICLES NOT 
OTHERWISE CLASSinED 

FOR STAINLESS STEEL WORK TABLES (US. CL. 32). 
FIRST USE 3-31-1977; IN COMMERCE 3-31-1977. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1.448,810. 

CLASS 35— ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS 

FOR QUALITY MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERV- 
ICES (U.S. CL. 101). 
FIRST USE 2-10-1985; IN COMMERCE 2-I0-I985. 



SN 692.154. COGNOS INCORPORATED, OTTAWA. ON- 
TARIO, CANADA, FILED 10-23-1987. 



PRESTO! 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM 17 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR COMPUTER SOFTWARE PROGRAMS FOR BUSI- 
NESS APPLICATIONS (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 9-16-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-16-1987 



CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAM MANUALS (U.S. CL. 38) 
FIRST USE 9-16-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-16-1987. 



SN 694,886 CRENLO, INC., ROCHESTER, MN FILED 
11-12-1987. 




CLASS 20— FURNITURE AND ARTICLES NOT 
OTHERWISE CLASSIFIED 

FOR FURNITURE, NAMELY WORK STATIONS 
DESKS, STANDS, PEDESTALS, TABLES, CHAIRs' 
SHELVES, WRITING TOPS, CABINETS AND PARTS 
THEREFOR (U.S. CL. 32). 

FIRST USE 2-0-1972; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1972 



SN 695,675. RADIO BIBLE CLASS, GRAND RAPIDS, MI 
FILED 11-16-1987. » 



SECOND LOOK 



CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR PERIODICAL RELIGIOUS MAGAZINE (U.S. CL. 
38). 

FIRST USE 4-I-I987; IN COMMERCE 4-1-1987. 



CLASS 12— VEHICLES 

FOR OPERATOR ENCLOSURES FOR VEHICLES AND 
COMPONENT PARTS THEREFOR (U.S. CL. 19). 
FIRST USE 2-0-1972; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1972. 



CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR PRODUCTION OF RELIGIOUS TELEVISION PRO- 
GRAMS (U.S. CL. 107). 
FIRST USE 4-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-1-1987. 



SECTION 2— INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION 

The short titles associated below with the international class numbers are terms designed merely for quick identification and 
are not an ofTicial part of the international classification. The full names of international classes are given in section 6.1 of the 
trademark rules of practice. 

The designation "U.S. CI." appearing in this section refers to the U.S. class in effect prior to Sep. 1, 1973 rather than the 
international class which applies to applications filed on or after that date. For adoption of international classification see notice 
m the OFFICIAL GAZETTE of Jun. 26, 1973 (911 O.G. TM 210). 



Application in one class 



CLASS 1— CHEMICALS 



CLASS 1— (Continued). 



SN 618.843. W. R. GRACE A CO., NEW YORK, NY. FILED 

9-8-1986. 



SN 654,345. INDUSTRIAS AGRO-BIOLOGICAS. S.A., 
MADRID, SPAIN, FILED 4-10-1987. 



GRACE DEARBORN 



AMINOLFORTE 4-2-2 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 612.854, 899,456 AND 949,623 
FOR CHEMICALS FOR USE IN INDUSTRIAL BOILER 
WATER TREATMENT AND COOLING WATER TREAT- 
MENT: AND, SCALE AND CORROSION INHIBITING 
PREPARATIONS FOR USE AS ADDITIVES TO BOILER 
WATER AND COOLING WATER (U.S. CL. 6). 
FIRST USE 8-14-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-14-1986. 



OWNER OF SPAIN REG. NO. 983354, DATED 
10-20-1982. EXPIRES 10-20-2002. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "4-2-2". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR FERTILIZERS AND MANURES (U.S. CL. 10). 



SN 633.248. PLANTCO INC.. BRAMALEA, ONTARIO, 
CANADA, FILED 12-1-1986. 







SN 655,140. SWEDSTAB AS, ASTORP, SWEDEN, FILED 
4-10-1987. 



SWEDCOAT 



OWNER OF SWEDEN REG. NO. 161280, DATED 
1 1-1 1-1977, EXPIRES 1 1-1 1-1997 

FOR CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS OR SUBSTANCES OF 
CALCIUM STEARATE AND AMMONIUM STEARATE 
FOR USE IN PAPER-COATING. IN THE PRODUCTION 
OF SAND FOR SHELL MOLDING AND IN THE PRO- 
DUCTION OF CHEMICAL DISPERSIONS (U.S. CLS. 1, 10 
AND 18). 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON CANADA 
APPLICATION NO. 571048, FILED 10-16-1986, REG. NO. 
331201, DATED 8-21-1987, EXPIRES 8-21-2002. 

THE STIPPLING ON THE MARK IS FOR SHADING 
PURPOSES ONLY AND DOES NOT INDICATE COLOR. 

THE MARK COMPRISES A STYLIZED PLANT. 

FOR FERTILIZERS (U.S. CL. 10). 

RRST USE 3-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 3-0-1978. 



SN 665,640. WHS SALES. INC.. CLEARWATER, FL. AS- 
SIGNEE OF HOME SHOPPING NETWORK. INC.. 
CLEARWATER. FL. FILED 6-9-1987 



FLAME BARRIER 



SN 644.345. TOKYO OHKA KOGYO CO.. 
AGAWA-KEN. JAPAN. FILED 2-12-1987. 



LTD., KAN- 



TSMR 



FOR PHOTORESIST COMPOSITIONS FOR SEMICON- 
DUCTOR PROCESSING (U.S. CL. 6). 
FIRST USE 8-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 11-0-1985. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "FLAME", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN 

FOR FLAME RETARDANT CHEMICAL COMPOSITION 
FOR USE ON CLOTHING. DRAPES. UPHOLSTERY. CUR- 
TAINS. AND FABRICS; PILLOWS, MATTRESSES, 
COUCHES, CHAIRS, CARPETS, FURNITURE, AND 
HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS; SLEEPING BAGS AND 
TENTS; AND ARTIFICIAL PLANTS, FLORAL DECORA- 
TIONS, CHRISTMAS TREES, AND CUT VEGETATION, 
TREES, BOUGHS AND SPRIGS (U.S. CL. 6). 

FIRST USE 5-20-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-20-1987. 



TM 18 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS l-{Continued). CLASS l-(Continued). 



TM19 



'''l^'l'fl987^^^'' ^''°' "^ • ^^''^'^^'^LE- 'L FILED SN 693,007. COLDWELD CORPORATION, ARLINGTON 
iv-13 ifBi. VA. FILED 11-2-1987. 



EFFECT 



FOR ACID CLEANING PREPARATIONS FOR CLEAN- 
ING PIPELINES AND MILK TANKS IN INDUSTRIAL 
AND FARM ENVIRONMENTS (U.S. CLS. 6 AND 52) 

FIRST USE 9-0-1984; IN COMMERCE 9-0-1984 



RAPID SUPREME 



SN 689,264 BABSON BROS CO., NAPERVILLE, IL. FILED 
10-13-1987. 



TRI-PFAN 



OWNER OF US. REG. NO. 1,315,282. 

FOR CHLRORINATED CLEANING PREPARATIONS 
FOR MILKING SYSTEMS (US CLS. 6 AND 52) 
FIRST USE 9-0-1972; IN COMMERCE 9-0-1972 



FOR SEPARATELY PACKAGED COMPOSITIONS 
COMPRISING A RESIN AND METAL PARTICLE CON- 
TAINING BASE TOGETHER WITH AN ACTIVATOR 
THEREFOR, FOR USE IN BONDING AND REPAIRING 
ARTICLES OF ALL TYPES (U.S. CLS. I AND 5) 

FIRST USE 8-3-1985; IN COMMERCE 8-3-1985 



SN 691,505. NALCO CHEMICAL COMPANY, NAPER- 
VILLE, IL. FILED 10-23-1987. 



DYNACOOL III 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "III", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN 

FOR INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS FOR USE IN TREAT- 
ING COOLING WATER IN RECIRCULATING COOLING 
WATER SYSTEMS (U.S. CL. 6). 

FIRST USE 4-13-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-13-1987 



SN 695,499. THIRLWALL, JEFFREY STEVEN, DBA 
THIRL INDUSTRIES, INC., LAND OLAKES, FL 
FILED 11-16-1987. 



SN 692,446. SLIP PRO TECH, INC., SUN VALLEY, ID 
FILED 10-29-1987. 




FOR NON SLIP CHEMICAL FLOOR TREATMENT (U S 
CL. 6). 

FIRST USE 1-15-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-15-1987. 




THE LINING IN THE DRAWING IS A FEATURE OF 
THE MARK AND DOES NOT INDICATE COLOR. 

FOR CHEMICAL PREPARATION FOR USE IN EX- 
TRACTING LIVE BAIT FROM THE GROUND - 
NAMELY, FISHING WORMS (U.S. CL 6) 

FIRST USE 10-14-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-13-1987. 



TM20 



CLASS 3— COSMETICS AND CLEANING 
PREPARATIONS 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE APRIL 5, 1988 

CLASS 3— (Continued). 

SN 655,740. WINDMERE CORPORATION, HIALEAH, FL. 



SN 579.288 LILES, JEFFIE, OXFORD, MS. FILED 

1-24-1986. 




FILED 4-17-1987. 



BELSON 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,157,055. 
SEC. 2(F). 

FOR HAIR TIPPING AND FROSTING PREPARATIONS 
(U.S. CL. 51). 

FIRST USE 3-12-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-12-1987. 



SN 655,814. KOLEA COSMETIC MANUFACTURING COM- 
PANY, INC.. HOLLYWOOD, FL. FILED 4-17-1987. 



KOLEA 



FOR SKIN AND HAIR CARE PREPARATIONS AND 
MAKE-UP (U.S. CLS. 51 AND 52). 
RRST USE 12-29-1986; IN COMMERCE 12-29-1986. 



THE DRAWING IS LINED FOR THE COLOR PURPLE. 

THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE WORD 
•JAIEL" IN THE MARK IS "I HAVE" 

FOR FACIAL MAKEUP INCLUDING ROUGE, 
POWDER, MASCARA. AND LIP PENCIL; NON-MEDI- 
CATED SKIN LOTIONS (US CL. 51). 

FIRST USE 11-15-1985; IN COMMERCE 11-15-1985. 



SN 658,046. GO KLEAN PRODUCTS, INC. 
FILED 4-30-1987. 



SANFORD. FL. 



GO KLEAN 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "KLEAN", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR WATERLESS HAND CLEANER (U.S. CL. 52). 
FIRST USE 6-27-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-19-1986. 



SN 667.316. LOREAL 
FILED 6-19-1987. 



S.A., PARIS CEDEX. FRANCE, 



SN 606,740. CONSUMER PRODUCTS, INC., WESTPORT, 
CT. FILED 6-27-1986. 



BAIN DOUCEUR 



merican 



aiue^ 



THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE WORDS 
"BAIN DOUCEUR" IN THE MARK IS "SWEET. MILD, OR 
SOFT BATH". 

FOR HAIR SHAMPOO (US. CL. 52). 

FIRST USE 4-0-1983; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1983. 



SN 668,094. SB & JM ENTERPRISES, INC., DBA BROCATO 
INTERNATIONAL, HOUSTON, TX. FILED 6-22-1987. 



PEPPERMINT SCRUB 



FOR HOUSEHOLD CLEANING SOLUTIONS; NAMELY. 
GLASS CLEANER AND ALL PURPOSE CLEANER AND 
DISINFECTANT (U.S. CLS 6 AND 52). 

FIRST USE 3-13-1986; IN COMMERCE 3-26-1986. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "PEPPERMINT". APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR HAIR SHAMPOO (U.S. CL. 52). 

FIRST USE 2-8-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-8-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 3— (Continued). CLASS 3— (Continued). 



TM21 



SN 682,802. TANTRA, INC., DBA TANTRA NAIL POLISH, SN 691,601 HELENE CURTIS, INC., CHICAGO IL FILED 
STUDIO CITY, CA. FILED 9-8-1987. 10-26-1987. 



TANTRA 



COMPOSITE 



FOR NAIL POLISH (U.S. CL. 51) 

FIRST USE 6-1-1985; IN COMMERCE 6-1-1985. 



SN 684,720. AMERICAN CYANAMID COMPANY, WAYNE, 
NJ. FILED 9-17-1987. 



FOR COLD PERMANENT HAIR WAVING PREPARA- 
TIONS (U.S. CL. 51). 

FIRST USE 9-18-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-18-1987. 



BOWL GARD 



SN 693,480. JON-DON PRODUCTS, INC., AKA JON-DON 
NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO ELK GROVE VILLAGE, IL. FILED 11-3-1987 

USE "BOWL", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR TOILET BOWL CLEANER (U.S. CL. 52). 
FIRST USE 5-29-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-29-1987. 



SN 688,001. PERFUMERS WORKSHOP, LTD., THE, NEW 
YORK, NY. FILED 10-5-1987. 




MATRIX 



FOR CLEANING PRODUCTS USED IN MAINTAINING 
CARPETS, FLOORS, AND UPHOLSTERY; NAMELY, 
GENERAL PURPOSE CLEANERS, DETERGENT COMPO- 
SITIONS, UPHOSTERY SHAMPOOS, TRAFFIC LANE 
CLEANERS, STAIN REMOVERS, CHEWING GUM RE- 
MOVERS, AND DEFOAMERS (U.S. CL. 52). 

FIRST USE 7-13-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-13-1987. 



SN 693,567. GREENE, G.L., DBA REYNEW PRODUCTS, 
AIRWAY HEIGHTS, WA. FILED 11-3-1987. 




EZE-SHIELD 



FOR HARD SURFACE CLEANING AND POLISHING 
COMPOSITION (U.S. CLS. 4 AND 52). 

FIRST USE 9-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-22-1987. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,460,536. 

FOR PERFUMES, EAU DE TOILETTE AND COLOGNE 
(U.S. CL. 51). 

FIRST USE 8-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-1-1987. 



SN 690,210. HELENE CURTIS, INC., CHICAGO, IL. FILED 



10-19-1987. 



SCENTS APPEAL 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,315,299 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SCENTS", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR HAIR SHAMPOO AND HAIR CONDITIONER (U.S. 
CL. 52). 

FIRST USE 9-17-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-17-1987. 



SN 693.568. GREENE. G L.. DBA REYNEW PRODUCTS. 
AIRWAY HEIGHTS, WA. FILED 11-3-1987. 

I^eynew 



FOR HARD SURFACE CLEANING AND POLISHING 
COMPOSITION (U.S. CLS. 4 AND 52) 

FIRST USE 0-0-1962; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1962. 



208-920 TMOG-88-4 - QL 3 



TM22 

CLASS 3— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 3 — (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 695,066. NOXELL CORPORATION, HUNT VALLEY, 
MD. FILED 11-13-1987. 



SN 697.079. SAFETY-KLEEN CORPORTAION, ELGIN, IL 
FILED 11-23-1987. 



COVER GIRL CHOICES 



SAFETY-KLEEN 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 404,783, 851,193 AND 
OTHERS. 
FOR SKIN MOISTURIZER (U.S. CL. 51). 
FIRST USE 7-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-1-1987. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 918,839, 1,205,741 AND 
OTHERS 

FOR DETERGENTS FOR COMMERCIAL AND INSTI- 
TUTIONAL USE (U.S. CL. 52) 

FIRST USE 0-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1985. 



SN 696,321. CREATIVE NAIL DESIGN, INC., CARLSBAD. 
CA. FILED 11-19-1987. 



SN 697,081. SAFETY-KLEEN CORPORATION, ELGIN, IL. 
FILED 11-23-1987. 



SAFETY-KLEEN 




THE DRAWING IS LINED FOR THE COLOR BLUE, 
BUT COLOR IS NOT CLAIMED AS A PART OF THE 
MARK AS A WHOLE. 

FOR ARTinciAL NAIL FORMING MATERIALS, NAIL 
CLEANSER AND PRIMER (U.S. CL. 51). 

FIRST USE 9-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-1-1987. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 918,839, 1,205,741 AND 
OTHERS 

FOR CLEANING PREPARATIONS, NAMELY, CREAM 
WAXES FOR VEHICLES, FINISH GLAZES FOR VEHI- 
CLES, LIQUID CLEANERS AND WAXES FOR VEHI- 
CLES, DISINFECTANT CLEANERS, TIRE CLEANERS, 
CARBURETOR AND SMALL PARTS CLEANERS, BRAKE 
CLEANERS, GLASS CLEANERS, VINYL TOP CLEAN- 
ERS, GENERAL PURPOSE CLEANERS, DRY CLEANING 
SOLVENTS, HAND CLEANERS, ABRASIVE CLEANERS, 
STAINLESS STEEL CLEANERS, UPHOLSTERY SHAM- 
POOS AND HEAVY DUTY LIQUUID CLEANING SOLU- 
TIONS; COMPOUNDS FOR RUBBING, POLISHING AND 
CLEANING VEHICLES (US CL 52) 

FIRST USE 0-0-1974; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1974. 



SN 697,806. COLGATE-PALMOLIVE COMPANY. NEW 
YORK, NY. FILED 11-27-1987. 



SN 696,328. ORAL RESEARCH LABORATORIES, INC.. 
NEW YORK. NY. FILED 11-19-1987. 



SOFTMINT 




FOR TOOTHPASTE. DENTIFRICES AND DENTURE 
CLEANERS (U.S. CLS. 51 AND 52). 
HRST USE 10-22-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-22-1987. 



FOR DETERGENT WITH FABRIC SOFTENER, DISH- 
WASHING DETERGENT, ALL-PURPOSE CLEANER 
AND CLEANSER, TOILET SOAP (US CL. 52). 

FIRST USE 10-14-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-14-1987. 



SN 696,332. ORAL RESEARCH LABORATORIES, INC., 
NEW YORK. NY. FILED 11-19-1987. 



PLAX 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1.298.339. 
FOR TOOTHPASTE, DENTIFRICES AND DENTURE 
CLEANERS (U.S. CLS. 51 AND 52). 
FIRST USE 10-22-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-22-1987. 



SN 697,834. HELENE CURTIS, INC., CHICAGO, IL. FILED 
11-27-1987. 



CONVERT 



FOR PERMANENT HAIR WAVING LOTION (U.S. CL. 



51). 



HRST USE 10-26-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-26-1987. 



APRIL 5. 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 3— (Continued). CLASS 4 — (Continued). 



tm;23 



SN 697,835. HELENE CURTIS, INC., CHICAGO, IL. FILED SN 693,647. THERMAL-LUBE INC., LACHINE, QUEBEC 
11-27-1987. CANADA, FILED 11-4-1987. 



PANGAEA 



FOR HAIR CONDITIONER AND HAIR SHAMPOO (U.S. 
CLS. 51 AND 52). 
FIRST USE 11-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-9-1987. 



CLASS 4— LUBRICANTS AND FUELS 

SN 517,210. LANGE & SEIDEL, OHG, NURNBERG. FED 
REP GERMANY, FILED 1-11-1985. 



LUSIN 



OWNER OF FED REP GERMANY REG. NO. 1013841, 
DATED 2-6-1981, EXPIRES 2-14-1989. 
OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,393,648. 
FOR ALL-PURPOSE LUBRICANTS (U.S. CL. 15). 



. SN 562,400. RTI RESEARCH LTD., SURREY, BRITISH CO- 
LUMBIA, CANADA, FILED 10-10-1985. 



ACCUBSRE 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON CANADA 
APPLICATION NO. 540253, FILED 4-17-1985, REG. NO. 
316957, DATED 8-1-1986, EXPIRES 8-1-2001 

FOR FIREARM CARE PRODUCTS, CONSISTING OF 
LUBRICATING OILS, LIQUID RUST INHIBITORS, 
CLEANING SOLVENTS FOR GUN BORES, FINGER- 
PRINT REMOVERS, AND SCENTED, PROTECTIVE 
COATINGS FOR FIREARMS SOLD AS A KIT (U.S. CLS. 6 
AND 15). 



SN 655,890. INDA, JOHN, SHAWNEE. OK. FILED 

4-13-1987. 



SMOOTH AND SLICK FOR 
THINGS THAT STICK 



FOR GENERAL PURPOSE SYNTHETIC LUBRICANT 
(U.S. CL. 15). 
FIRST USE 4-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-1-1987 




FOR SYNTHETIC LUBRICATING OILS AND GREASES 
FOR AUTOMOTIVE, MARINE, FARM AND INDUSTRIAL 
USES (U.S. CL. 15). 

FIRST USE 3-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-1-1987. 



SN 695.172. AMERICAN GREETINGS CORPORATION, 
CLEVELAND, OH. FILED 11-13-1987 



VERTI-COLOR 



FOR CANDLES (U.S. CL. 15). 

FIRST USE 10-29-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-29-1987. 



SN 697,900. IMARC, 
11-27-1987. 



INC., CLEVELAND, OH FILED 



Englnsurancm 



FOR AEROSOL ENGINE LUBRICANTS (U.S. CL. 15). 
FIRST USE 5-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 5-0-1986. 



CLASS 5— PHARMACEUTICALS 

SN 644,743. BIOETICA S.A., LYON, FRANCE, FILED 

-1987. 



HEMOSTAGENE 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON FRANCE 
APPLICATION NO. 7379, FILED 9-15-1986, REG. NO. 
1370904, DATED 9-15-1986, EXPIRES 9-15-1996. 

FOR PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS FOR INTERNAL 
OR EXTERNAL USE MADE OF EXTRACTS OF CON- 
NECTIVE TISSUES HAVING A HEMOSTATIC AND CI- 
CATRIZING EFFECT AND ACCELERATING HEMOSTA- 
SIS; HEMOSTATIC SPONGES (U.S. CL. 18). 



TM 24 

CLASS 5— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 5— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 654,724. SURCO PRODUCTS, INC., BRADDOCK, PA. 
FILED 4-13-1987. 



SN 671,844. ELAN CORPORATION, PLC, COUNTY WEST- 
MEATH, IRELAND, FILED 7-13-1987. 




LO^_ FRESHENER 



QUINELAN 



OWNER OF IRELAND REG. NO 106332, DATED 
11-10-1982, EXPIRES 11-10-1989. 

FOR PHARMACEUTICAL AND VETERINARY PREP- 
ARATIONS AND SUBSTANCES CONSISTING OF OR 
CONTAINING QUINIDINE SULFATE FOR TREATING 
CARDIAC, LIVER OR RENAL DISORDERS (U.S. CL. 18). 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "AUTO FRESHENER". APART FROM THE MARK 
AS SHOWN 

FOR ABSORBENT MEDIUM IMPREGNATED WITH A 
PERFUMED ODOR COUNTERACTANT (U.S. CL. 6). 

FIRST USE 4-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-1-1987. 



SN 684,644. THOMPSON MEDICAL COMPANY, INC., NEW 
YORK, NY. FILED 9-17-1987. 



SN 658,267. VALENTINE, MICHAEL, DBA THE NUTRI- 
TION PEOPLE. PENFIELD, NY FILED 5-1-1987. 



M.D. PSORIASIS 






NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "PSORIASIS", APART fTlOM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR MEDICATED PREPARATION FOR THE TREAT- 
MENT OF PSORIASIS (U.S. CL. 18). 

FIRST USE 9-3-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-3-1987. 



FOR IWTRITIVE FOOD SUPPLEMENTS, INCLUDING 
VITAMINS, DIETARY MINERAL SUPPLEMENTS, AND 
POWDERED MEAL REPLACEMENTS (US. CL. 18). 

FIRST USE 11-3-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-3-1986. 



SN 690,038 METREX RESEARCH 
PARKER, CO. FILED 10-16-1987. 



CORPORATION, 



SN 664,069. LAND & SEA, INC., BOULDER, CO FILED 

6-1-1987. 



LAND & SEA 



METRlClDE 



FOR PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCT, NAMELY, A 
MARINE ANIMAL AND BUG BITE ANALGESIC (U.S. 
CL. 18) 

FIRST USE 4-27-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-27-1987. 



FOR STERILIZING AND DISINFECTING SOLUTION 
FOR MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT (U.S. 
CL. 18). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1982. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 5— (Ck>ntinued). CLASS 5— (Ckintinued). 



TM25 



SN 693,234. PACIFICO ENTERPRISES, DAYTON, OH. SN 696,352. CARTER-WALLACE, INC., NEW YORK. NY. 
FILED 11-2-1987. FILED 11-19-1987. 



CHAMPION 




SHIELD 



FOR PREPARATION. TO CONTROL FLEAS AND 
TICKS IN PETS (U.S. CL. 6). 

FIRST USE 3-30-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-30-1987. 



SN 696,496. RAGLAND MILLS, INC., NEOSHO, MO. 
FILED 11-20-1987. 



FOR VITAMINS AND FOOD SUPPLEMENTS (U.S. CL. 



18). 



FIRST USE 9-21-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-21-1987. 



SN 693,432. PEDINOL PHARMACAL, 
DALE, NY. FILED 10-29-1987. 



INC, FARMING- 



FLEXTAPE 




FOR MINERAL SUPPLEMENTS AND PROTEIN SUP- 
PLEMENTS FOR LIVESTOCK (U.S. CL. 18) 
FIRST USE 9-0-1963; IN COMMERCE 9-0-l%3. 



FOR ELASTIC ADHESIVE BANDAGE (U.S. CL. 44). 
FIRST USE 2-23-1983; IN COMMERCE 2-23-1983. 



SN 696,599. HEALTH LABORATORIES OF AMERICA, 
PHOENIX, AZ. FILED 11-20-1987. 



SN 694,294. KERR MANUFACTURING COMPANY, ROMU- 
LUS, MI. FILED 11-9-1987. 



BERRY TRIM 



CAVALITE 



FOR WEIGHT REDUCTION SUPPLEMENTS (U.S. CL. 
18). 
FIRST USE 7-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-1-1987. 



FOR LIGHT ACTIVATED CAVITY LINING MATERI- 
ALS FOR DENTAL USE (U.S. CL. 44). 

FIRST USE 9-8-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-8-1987. 



SN 696,974. BEECHAM-WULFING GMBH & CO. KG, 
NEUSS, FED REP GERMANY, FILED 11-23-1987. 



SN 695,582. PAIN PACH INC., PORTSMOUTH, OH. FILED 
11-16-1987. 



PAIN-PACH 



COMPLAMIN 



FOR MEDICINAL PLASTER PACK FOR PAIN AND IN- 
FLAMMATION (U.S. CL. 18). 

FIRST USE 2-17-1986; IN COMMERCE 2-24-1986. 



OWNER OF FED REP GERMANY REG. NO. 340719, 
DATED 10-12-1925, EXPIRES 6-19-1995. 

FOR COMPOSITIONS FOR THE TREATMENT OF PE- 
RIPHERAL BLOOD VESSEL DISTURBANCES, CERE- 
BRAL BLOOD VESSEL DISTURBANCES, THROMBOSIS. 
EMBOLIES AND APOPLEXY CONDITIONS (U.S. CL. 18) 



TM26 

CLASS 5— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 6— METAL GOODS 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 697,709. CHEMTECH. INC., SOUTH WEYMOUTH. MA. SN 654,102. GENERAL AEROSPACE MATERIALS CORP 
RLED 11-27-1987. HOLLYWOOD, FL. FILED 4-9-1987. 



CHEM-FRESH 



MARMET 



FOR SPRAY AIR DEODORIZER AND FABRIC FRESH- 
ENER (U.S. CL. 6) 
FIRST USE 12-3-1986; IN COMMERCE 12-3-1986. 



SN 697,866. CELLLIFE CORPORATION. SAN DIEGO, CA. 
nLED 11-27-1987. 



FOR HIGH-STRENGTH CORROSION-RESISTANT ALU- 
MINUM ALLOYS FOR USE IN THE MARINE INDUSTRY 
(U.S. CL. 14). 

FIRST USE 12-13-1985; IN COMMERCE 7-31-1986. 



SN 682.747. REYNOLDS METALS COMPANY. RICH- 
MOND. VA. FILED 9-4-1987. 




KEYLOCK 



FOR METALLIC CANS FOR FOOD AND BEVERAGE 
PACKAGING PURPOSES (U.S. CL. 2) 
FIRST USE 8-19-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-19-1987. 



FOR NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS FOR ANIMALS. 
NAMELY, HORSES (U.S. CL. 18). 
HRST USE 6-30-1984; IN COMMERCE 6-30-1984. 



SN 684,262. H.K. PORTER COMPANY. INC.. PITTSBURGH, 
PA. FILED 9-15-1987. 



SN 698,113 NUTRITION PROFESSIONALS, INC., DBA 
SPORTS SCIENCES NUTRITIONAL PRODUCTS. 
SPRINGVILLE. UT. FILED 11-30-1987. 



REVIVE 



SUPERIOR 



FOR METAL TRIM, NAMELY, VENTILATING 
SCREEDS, EXPANSION SCREEDS; SEPARATION 
SCREEDS, BASE GROUNDS, AND DRIP MOULDS (U.S. 
CLS. 13 AND 19). 

FIRST USE 1-0-1939; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1939. 



FOR VITAMINS AND NUTRITIONAL DIETARY SUP- 
PLEMENTS (U.S. CL. 18). 
RRST USE 10-23-1987; IN COMMERCE 1&-23-1987. 



SN 698,117. NUTRITION PROFESSIONALS, INC.. DBA 
POWER SPORTS NUTRITIONAL PRODUCTS. SPRING- 
VILLE. UT. FILED 11-30-1987. 



POWER CELL 



r 

SN 685,387. AUSTRALIAN WIRE INDUSTRIES PTY. LTD., 
SYDNEY. NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA. FILED 
9-2I-I987. 



FOR VITAMINS AND NtTTRmONAL DIETARY SUP- 
PLEMENTS (U.S. CL. 18). 
FIRST USE 10-23-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-23-1987. 



FOR FERROUS FILAMENTARY REINFORCING 
AGENTS FOR CONCRETE (U.S. CL. 14). 
FIRST USE 2-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 11-0-1982. 



SN 698.473. PFIZER INC.. NEW YORK. NY. HLED 
12-1-1987. 



VASOBLOC 



FOR CARDIOVASCULAR AGENTS (U.S. CL. 18). 
HRST USE 11-11-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-11-1987. 



SN 687,491. COUPLING SYSTEMS. INC., PITTSBURGH, 
PA. FILED 10-2-1987. 



SERVI-PLUG 



FOR METAL STOPPERS FOR SERVICE LINES (U.S. 
CL. 13). 
RRST USE 5-4-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-6-1987. 



TM27 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENTT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 6— (Continued). CLASS 6— (Continued). 

^'^ri^Vn .=^^?f<,1T^° CEILINGS. INC.. RIVERSIDE, SN 692.649. CRYOGENIC SERVICES INCORPORATED. 
CA. FILED 10-6-1987. CANTON. GA. FILED 10-30-1987. 



SPECTRA 



CARBO-MATIC 



I FOR CEILING SYSTEMS AND PARTS THEREFOR, 
NAMELY. MAIN RUNNERS. CROSS RUNNERS AND 
PANELS MADE PRIMARILY OF METAL (U.S. CLS. 12 
AND 14). 
FIRST USE 0-0-1981; IN COMMERCE (M)-1981. 



SN 688.611. SYRO STEEL COMPANY, GIRARD, OH. 
FILED 10-8-1987. 



V-A-T 



FOR VEHICLE ATTENUATING TERMINALS, 
NAMELY, AA SYSTEM COMPRISED OF METAL MEM- 
BERS AT THE END OF A GUARDRAIL (U.S. CLS. 12 
AND 50). 

FIRST USE 6-25-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-25-1987. 



SN 690,157. EDWARD W. FACE COMPANY, THE, NOR- 
FOLK, VA. FILED 10-19-1987. 



NOMESH 



FOR CONCRETE REINFORCING WIRE (U.S. CL. 14). 
FIRST USE 10-16-1987; IN COMMERCE 1(H6-1987. 



FOR CARBON DIOXIDE DELIVERY SYSTEM FOR USE 
IN THE RESTAURANT INDUSTRY, COMPRISED OF 
METAL TANKS. HOSES AND CONNECTORS (U.S. CL 2) 

FIRST USE 10-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-1-1987 



SN 693.143. ALPINE OVERHEAD DOORS. INC.. BROOK- 
LYN. NY. FILED 11-2-1987 



INSUL-SOUND 



FOR ROLLING STEEL DOORS (U.S. CL. 12) 
FIRST USE 5-13-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-13-1987. 



SN 693,144. ALPINE OVERHEAD DOORS. INC.. BROOK- 
LYN. NY. nLED 11-2-1987. 



INSUL-VAPOR 



FOR ROLLING STEEL DOORS (U.S. CL. 12). 
FIRST USE 6-5-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-5-1987. 



SN 693,318. ALUMINUM COMPANY OF AMERICA, DBA 
ALCOA BUILDING PRODUCTS. PITTSBURGH, PA. 
FILED 11-2-1987. 



SN 691.741. ALPINE OVERHEAD DOORS. INC.. BROOK- 
LYN. NY. FILED 10-26-1987. 



HOMECREST 



INSUL-ATMOS 



FOR METAL ROOFING SHINGLES (U.S. CL. 12). 
FIRST USE 3-15-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-15-1987. 



FOR ROLLING STEEL DOORS (U.S. CL. 12). 
FIRST USE 4-15-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-15-1987. 



SN 699,413. GANEAUX INDUSTRIES. INC.. SALEM, OH. 
FILED 12-7-1987. 



SN 691,822. NAV-X MARINE, FORT LAUDERDALE, FL. 
FILED 10-26-1987. 



NAV-X 



UHra-Ramp 



FOR BOAT ANCHORS (U.S. CLS. 14 AND 19). 
FIRST USE 8-24-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-24-1987. 



FOR STEEL VEHICLE RAMPS (U.S. CL. 12). 
FIRST USE 9-8-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-8-1987. 



TM28 

CLASS 7— MACHINERY 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 7— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 475.461. MID-WEST CONVEYOR COMPANY, INC., 
KANSAS CITY, KS. FILED 4-16-1984 



SN 651,237. MONORAIL, INC., AUBURN, NY. FILED 
3-24-1987. 



MID- WEST 



MAVERICK 



FOR INDUSTRIAL MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIP- 
MENT, NAMELY, BELT. ROLLER, TROLLEY, WHEEL, 
SLAT, PAN, CHAIN AND TRACK CONVEYORS; STOR- 
AGE AND RETRIEVAL MACHINES; PALLET HAN- 
DLING MACHINES; BULK MATERIAL FEEDERS; 
PARTS FOR ALL OF THE FOREGOING; AND CON- 
TROLS FOR ALL OF THE FOREGOING SOLD AS A 
UNIT THEREWITH (U.S. CLS. 23 AND 26). 

FIRST USE O-a-1946; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1946. 



SN 617,727. NIIGATA ENGINEERING CO., LTD., TOKYO, 
JAPAN, FILED 2-22-1988. 



NIIGATA ENGINEERING 
CO., LTD. 



OWNER OF JAPAN REG. NO 1485438, DATED 
10-30-1981, EXPIRES 10-30-1991 

OWNER OF US REG NO 1,485,438 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "ENGINEERING CO., LTD", APART FROM THE 
MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR DIESEL ENGINES FOR INDUSTRIAL USE (U.S. 
CL. 23). 



FOR SELF SERVICE CAR WASHING MACHINES (U.S. 
CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 2-16-1977; IN COMMERCE 2-16-1977. 



SN 653,148 DAY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION, 
DAYTON, OH. FILED 4-6-1987. 



DAYTEX 



FOR TEXTILE MACHINERY PARTS, NAMELY 
APRONS, COTS, PICKETS, LUG STRAPS, HOLD-UPS, 
ROLL COVERS, PRESS ROLL SLEEVES, SWEEPSTICKS, 
BUNTERS, BUMPERS. SHRINKING BLANKETS. RUB 
APRONS, LOOM CHECKERS, ID BANDS, SWEEPER 
HOSE, AND TIMING BELTS (US CL 23). 

FIRST USE 3-17-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-17-1987. 



SN 653.518. BIL-JAX, INC.. ARCHBOLD, OH. FILED 
4-6-1987. 



MULTI-STAGE 



SN 640,424. ITALPARTS ITR SPA., MODENA, 
FILED 1-20-1987. 



ITALY, 



FOR MODULAR RAISED STAGING PLATFORMS (U.S. 
CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 1-15-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-15-1987. 




ITALPARTS 



SN 654,410. PACKAGE MACHINERY COMPANY, LAKE- 
LAND, FL. FILED 4-10-1987. 



FOR FULL LINE OF MECHANICAL REPLACEMENT 
PARTS FOR SCRAPERS, BULLDOZERS AND OTHER 
EARTH MOVING EQUIPMENT. EXCLUDING TRAC- 
TORS (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 1-1-1980; IN COMMERCE 1-1-1980. 



VECTOR FORM 



FOR THERMOFORMING PACKAGING MACHINE (U.S. 
CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 11-17-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-17-1986. 



SN 645,694. ALBERTO BERTUZZI SPA., BRUGHERIO 
(MI). ITALY, FILED 2-20-1987. 



SN 655,399. HAYSSEN MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 
SHEBOYGAN, WI. FILED 4-15-1987. 



CITROSTAR 



FLEX-SEAL 



FOR INDUSTRIAL CITRUS JUICE EXTRACTING MA- 
CHINES (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 10-31-1985; IN COMMERCE 4-21-1986. 



FOR FORM-FILL-SEAL PACKAGING MACHINES (U.S. 
CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 2-25-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-25-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 7— (Continued). CLASS 7— (Continued). 



TM29 



SN 655,880. ROHM GMBH, SONTHEIM, FED REP GERMA- SN 672,994. A/G TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION. NEED- 
NY, FILED 4-16-1987. HAM. MA. FILED 7-20-1987. 



MAIER 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1.280,262. 
SEC. 2(F). 

FOR MACHINERY, NAMELY, LATHE CHUCKS (U.S. 
CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 1-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1982. 



AVIR 



THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE WORD 
"AVIR" IN THE MARK IS "AIR" 

FOR GAS SEPARATORS FOR DIVIDING A MIXTURE 
INTO ITS COMPONENT GASES (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 6-12-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-12-1987. 



SN 657,731. CHALLENGE MACHINERY COMPANY, THE. 
GRAND HAVEN, MI. FILED 4-27-1987. 



SHARP-EZE 



SN 675,045. SPORT KOTER USA, INC., JACKSON, MS. 
FILED 7-28-1987. 



FOR MACHINES FOR SHARPENING PAPER DRILLS 
(U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 12-15-1986; IN COMMERCE 12-15-1986. 



SPORT KOTER 



SN 664.809. MARATHON ELECTRIC MFG. 
WAUSAU, WI. FILED 6-5-1987. 



CORP., 



RUNS. AND RUNS. AND 
RUNS. 



FOR ELECTRIC MOTORS AND ELECTRIC GENERA- 
TORS (U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 2-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 3-0-1986. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "KOTER", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN 

FOR RESURFACING MACHINES, NAMELY MA- 
CHINES FOR RESURFACING SPORTS PARTICIPATION 
AREAS, NAMELY TENNIS COURTS (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 3-18-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-18-1987. 



SN 677,129. JRB COMPANY, INC., AKRON, OH. FILED 
8-7-1987. 



SN 665,679. LAMINA, INC., OAK PARK, MI. FILED 
6-10-1987. 



LAMINA 



FOR BRONZE PLATED BUSHINGS, MOLD PINS. 
BEARINGS, STEEL PINS, GUIDE PINS, STOCK LIFTERS, 
RAIL STOCK LIFTER PINS, WEAR PLATES AND SIDE 
PLATES, GIBS AND MOLD BUSHINGS, ALL BEING 
PARTS USED IN DIES AND DIE-SETS, PLASTIC MOLD- 
ING MACHINES, STAMPING DIES, TRANSFER MA- 
CHINERY AND CONVEYORS; HYDRAULIC DRILL 
HEADS, HYDRAULIC DRILL MOTORS AND HYDRAU- 
LIC POWER UNITS; SPRINGS (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1952; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1952. 





FOR COUPLERS FOR HEAVY EQUIPMENT, NAMELY 
BACKHOES, FRONT END LOADERS, AND EXCAVA- 
TORS (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 12-7-1983; IN COMMERCE 12-7-1983. 



SN 666.054. 
6-11-1987. 



ECOLAB INC., ST. PAUL. MN. FILED 



TOTALIZER 



FOR MECHANISMS FOR DISPENSING MEASURED 
AMOUNTS OF CHEMICAL CLEANING COMPOSITIONS 
FOR THE LAUNDRY AND WAREWASHING INDUS- 
TRIES (U.S. CLS. 23 AND 26). 

FIRST USE 2-21-1986; IN COMMERCE 2-21-1986. 



SN 684,914. HEAT SEALING EQUIPMENT MFG. 
CLEVELAND. OH. FILED 9-18-1987. 



CO., 



SCALEMATE 



FOR MACHINERY FOR WRAPPING MEAT OR 
PRODUCE IN PLASTIC FILM (US CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 7-14-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-14-1987. 



TM30 

CLASS 7— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 7— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 685.454. NITTO KOHKI CO.. LTD, TOKYO, JAPAN. SN 693.489. ROCKLAND. INC.. BEDFORD, PA. FILED 
FILED 9-2 1 - 1 987. 1 1 -3- 1 987. 



MYTON 



BEACHCOMBER 



FOR POWER TOOLS, NAMELY, SANDERS AND 
BRUSHERS (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 11-6-1967; IN COMMERCE 10-0-1969. 



FOR BEACH CLEANING MACHINES (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 1-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1987. 



SN 687,027. REDEXIM B.V. INTERNATIONAL TRADING, 

ZEIST, HOLLAND, NETHERLANDS. FILED 9-29-1987. g^ 693.762. INGERSOLL-RAND COMPANY, WOODCLIFF 

LAKE, NJ. FILED 11-5-1987. 



VERTI-DRAIN 



FOR DEEP AERATOR MACHINE FOR SOIL IMPROVE- 
MENT (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 6-20-1983; IN COMMERCE 6-20-1983. 



-EeUfVPUtSE- 



SN 689,119. MEYER MACHINE COMPAI^, SAN ANTO- 
NIO. TX. FILED 10-13-1987. 



VIBRA-FLEX 



FOR VIBRATORY CONVEYORS (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 1-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-1-1987. 



FOR PNEUMATIC WRENCHES (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 8-25-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-25-1986. 



SN 694,043. MOTTER PRINTING PRESS CO., YORK, PA. 
FILED 11-5-1987. 



ACCUFLEX 



SN 689,980. MEYER MACHINE COMPANY, SAN ANTO- 
NIO. TX. FILED 10-13-1987. 



DYNA-FLEX 



FOR MACHINES FOR PRINTING, COATING AND 
LAMINATING WEBS OF PAPER, FOIL, AND FILM (U.S. 
CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 1-15-1984; IN COMMERCE 1-15-1984. 



FOR VIBRATORY CONVEYORS (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 1-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-1-1987. 



SN 695,714. HEIN-WERNER CORPORATION, WAUKE- 
SHA, WL FILED 11-16-1987. 



SN 691,806. INGERSOLL-RAND COMPANY. WOODCLIFF 
LAKE, NJ. FILED 10-26-1987. 



po^Ver-pro 



EQUI-PULSE 



FOR PNEUMATIC WRENCHES (US. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 8-25-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-25-1986. 



FOR AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION REPAIR MACHINES 
(U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 3-0-1984; IN COMMERCE 3-0-1984. 



SN 692,630. E * LD ENTERPRISES. INC.. FT. LUPTON. SN 695,%3. SCHWEISS CHICKEN PLUCKERS. INC.. FAIR- 
CO FILED 10-30-1987 FAX. MN FILED 1 1-13-1987 



SNO-WING 



"ZERO-TURN»' 



FOR SNOW PLOW BLADE ATTACHMENT FOR DI- 
RECTING PLOWED SNOW (U.S. CL. 23). 
RRST USE 9-17-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-17-1987. 



FOR LAWN MOWERS (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 11-10-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-10-1986. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE TM 31 

CLASS 7— (Continued). CLASS 7— (Continued). 

^^K^V^ n^™^M *^.^^Ii^ CORPORATION. WAU- SN 696.926. RAPIDRING CO., INC., EAST HANOVER, NJ. 
KEGAN, IL. FILED 11-17-1987. FILED 11-23-1987. 



EVINRUDE SUPER 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 254.253, 1,426,296 AND 
OTHERS. 

SEC. 2(F). 

FOR OUTBOARD MOTORS AND PARTS THEREFOR 
(U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 10-4-1983; IN COMMERCE 10-4-1983. 



RAPIDRING 



FOR HOLE PUNCHING AND PERFORATING EQUIP- 
MENT. NAMELY ROTARY PRESS PUNCH RINGS (US 
CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 12-27-1983; IN COMMERCE 12-27-1983. 



SN 696,578. PEERLESS-WINSMITH. INC., WARREN, OH. 
FILED 11-20-1987. 



WINKOPP 



FOR MECHANICAL SPEED VARIATORS (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 11-5-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-5-1987. 



SN 697,301. WEED WIZARD, INC.. DAHLONEGA. GA 
FILED 11-23-1987. 



SN 6%.581. HAYSSEN MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 
SHEBOYGAN, WI. FILED 11-20-1987. 



MACRO-LOGIC 



FOR PACKAGING MACHINES (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 8-14-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-14-1987. 



w 



r 

.eed 
izard 



SN 696.676. HIS ENTERPRISES. INC., HUNTINGDON 
VALLEY, PA. FILED 11-20-1987. 



FOR ROTARY LAWN TRIMMER CUTTING ATTACH- 
MENT (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 4-14-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-15-1987. 



lyVvuicfe 



Chip MATE 



SN 697,448. ROGERS TOOL WORKS, INC., DBA HARRIS- 
VILLE TOOL COMPANY, ROGERS, AR. FILED 

11-24-1987. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG NO. 1.360.124. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CHIP". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN 

THE MARK CONSISTS OF THE WORD "MANTIS" 
AND A STYLIZED REPRESENTATION OF A PRAYING 
MANTIS ABOVE THE WORD "CHIP MATE" WITH A 
BROKEN LETTER "C" FORMING AN ARROW. 

FOR ELECTRIC GARDEN CHIPPER (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 11-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 11-0-1985. 




SN 696.910. MAGNUSON CORPORATION. RENO, NV. 
FILED 11-23-1987. 



STEPEEL 



FOR FOOD PEELING MACHINES (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 6-8-1978; IN COMMERCE 6-8-1978. 



FOR CARBIDE CUTTING TOOLS, NAMELY, TURN- 
ING, THREADING, GROOVING, AND MILLING IN- 
SERTS; NEGATIVE RAKE TOOLHOLDERS; POSITIVE 
AND HIGH POSITIVE RAKE TOOLHOLDERS; BORING 
BARS; TOOLHANDLER REPLACEMENT PARTS AND 
ACCESSORIES; BRAZED TOOLS AND CARBIDE 
BLANKS; DRILLS; REAMERS; END MILLS; INDEXABLE 
END MILLS, CENTERS AND COUNTERSINKS (U.S. CL. 
23). 

FIRST USE 1-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1987. 



TM 32 

CLASS 7— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 7— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 697.460 KIDDE. INC., SADDLE BROOK, NJ. FILED SN 698,735. CEDARAPIDS, INC., CEDAR RAPIDS, lA. 
11-24-1987 FILED 12-3-1987. 




BTT 



GRAYHOUND 



FOR BITUMINOUS PAVING MACHINES (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 10-3-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-3-1987. 



FOR MOBILE AERIAL WORK PLATFORMS (U.S. CL. 



23). 



FIRST USE 9-28-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-28-1987. 



SN 697.734 NORDSON CORPORATION. WESTLAKE, OH. SN 698,987 ROSS-HIME DESIGNS INCORPORATED, ST. 
FILED 1 1-27-1987. PAUL, MN. FILED 12-4-1987. 



EQUI = BEAD 



FOR DISPENSING GUNS FOR USE WITH ADHESIVES, 
SEALANTS. CAULKS AND POTTING MATERIALS (U.S. 
CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 10-23-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-23-1987. 



OMNI-WRIST 



FOR MECHANICAL WRIST (US. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 11-6-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-6-1987. 



SN 698,029 BIMBA MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 
MONEE. IL. FILED 11-27-1987. 



PNEU-TURN 



FOR ROTARY ACTUATORS (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 11-11-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-11-1987. 



SN 699,133. WISE INDUSTRIES, INC., KINGS MOUNTAIN, 
NC. FILED 12-7-1987. 



SN 698.076. KARL JUNG, INC., WASHINGTON, DC. 
FILED 11-25-1987. 



LOFT PLUS 



JUNG 



SEC. 2(F). 



FOR MACHINE TOOLS, NAMELY GRINDING MA- 
CHINES (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1919; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1952. 



SN 698,574. SAFETY-KLEEN CORPORATION, ELGIN, IL. 
FILED 12-2-1987 



SAFETY-KLEEN 



FOR MACHINERY FOR FILLING PILLOWS, CUSH- 
IONS AND FURNITURE PARTS WITH FIBER (U.S. CL. 
23). 

FIRST USE 10-30-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-30-1987. 



SN 699,473. BAUMFOLDER CORPORATION, SIDNEY, OH. 
FILED 12-7-1987. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 918,839, 1,205,741 AND 
OTHERS. 

FOR SAND, GRIT AND BEAD BLASTING MACHINES; 
MECHANICAL PARTS CLEANING UNITS COMPRISING 
A CLEANING LIQUID RESERVOIR, PARTS RECEPTA- 
CLE, AND PARTS OF SUCH APPARATUS (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1975; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1975. 



BAUMSET 



FOR PAPER FOLDER MACHINES (U.S. CL. 23). 
RRST USE 10-10-1977; IN COMMERCE 10-10-1977. 



TM33 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 7— (Continued). CLASS 7— (Continued). 

SN_i^>*7_^LARI AND CHILDS, INC., WILLINGTON, SN 700,236 CONAIR CORPORATION, STAMFORT, CT 
CT. FILED 12-7-1987. FILED 12-9-1987. 




FOR CENTRIFUGAL, AXIAL AND MIXED FLOW 
PUMPS (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 0-0-1979; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1979. 



SN 700,019 COBURN CORPORATION, LAKEW(X)D NJ 
FILED 11-23-1987. 



CO-TRONIX 



FOR MACHINERY. NAMELY EMBOSSING MACHIN- 
ERY (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 9-4-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-4-1987. 



CONAIR 



NOS. 994,007, 1,405,759 AND 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. 
OTHERS. 

FOR RECHARGEABLE ELECTRIC SCREWDRIVERS 
AND ELECTRIC HAND DRILLS (US CL. 23) 

FIRST USE 11-18-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-18-1987 



SN 700,317. GENERAL INDUSTRIES, INC., MARIETTA 
GA. FILED 12-11-1987. 



SIDE-KICK 



FOR MACHINE OR DEVICE TO REMOVE FOREIGN 
MATERIAL FROM A BELT CONVEYER (U.S. CL 23) 
FIRST USE 9-3-1980; IN COMMERCE 10-21-1980 



CLASS 8— HAND TOOLS 



SN 639,971. SCOTT, MENZY, SCOTT PLAINS, NJ FILED 
1-15-1987. 



STIC 'N PIC 



FOR HAND TOOLS NAMELY, HAND-HELD TRASH 
COLLECTION DEVICES IN THE NATURE OF A SPEAR 
(U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 10-4-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-4-1986. 



SN 700,225. OUTBOARD MARINE CORPORATION, WAU- 
KEGAN, IL. FILED 12-10-1987. 



SENSATION 



SN 649,608 REMINGTON PRODUCTS, INC., BRIDGE- 
PORT, CT. FILED 3-16-1987. 



FOR LAWN MOWERS, AND PARTS THEREFOR; AC- 
CESSORIES FOR SUCH MOWERS— NAMELY, GRASS 
CATCHERS, CLIPPINGS DEFLECTORS, AND WHEEL 
HEIGHT ADJUSTING ATTACHMENTS; POWER RAKERS 
AND PARTS THEREFOR; POWER TURF AERATORS 
AND PARTS THEREFOR (US. CLS. 2 AND 23). 

FIRST USE 5-0-1938; IN COMMERCE 5-0-1938. 



SMOOTH & SILKY 



FOR ELECTRICAL HAND-HELD DEVICES FOR THE 
CUTTING AND REMOVAL OF HAIR, NAMELY ELEC- 
TRIC SHAVERS AND EPILATORS (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 12-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 12-0-1978. 



TM 34 

CLASS 8— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 8— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 651,597. RUSSELL HARRINGTON CUTLERY, INC.. SN 688,256. U. S. HISTORICAL SOCIETY, INC., RICH- 
SOUTHBRIDGE, MA. FILED 3-27-J987. MOND, VA. FILED 10-6- 1987. 



,- ■ . ilWW I <^'WWTWT^WT^tWW< 




ROBERT E. LEE 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,278,888 AND 1,319,285. 

FOR SWORDS (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 8-5-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-5-1987. 



THE MARK CONSISTS OF A DIAMOND SHAPED PAT- 

TERN USED ON THE HANDLE PORTION ON THE PE- 
RIPHERY OF THE GOODS. 

SEC 2(F) 

FOR PLASTIC HANDLED PARING, CLAM AND SCAL- SN 695,209. AMERICAN HISTORICAL FOUNDATION. 
LOP KNIVES, FORKS, SPATULAS, AND POULTRY THE, RICHMOND, VA. FILED 11-13-1987. 

STICKERS AND PINNERS (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1969; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1969. 



SN 651,598. RUSSELL HARRINGTON CUTLERY, INC., 
SOUTHBRIDGE, MA. FILED 3-27-1987. 



TEDDY ROOSEVELT 



FOR COMMEMORATIVE KNIFE (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 9-16-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-16-1987. 




THE MARK CONSISTS OF A DOUBLE OVAL DESIGN. 

SEC. 2(F). 

FOR KNIVES, NAMELY, KITCHEN. BUTCHER AND 
PARING KNIVES; SPATULAS, FORKS. TURNERS, PAN 
AND GRIDDLE SCRAPERS. DOUGH CUTTERS AND 
SCRAPERS. SPREADERS, PIZZA CUTTERS. POULTRY 
STICKERS AND PINNERS (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1969; IN COMMERCE 0-0- 1%9. 



SN 695.268. CHINA NATIONAL LIGHT INDUSTRIAL 
PRODUCTS IMPORT & EXPORT CORPORATION, ZHE- 
JIANG BRANCH, HANGZHOU. CHINA, FILED 
11-13-1987. 




West Lake 



SN 660.326. UNION FORK AND HOE COMPANY, THE, 
COLUMBUS. OH. FILED 5-11-1987. 




RHZOR- 
BfICK + 



4 



THE LINING ON THE DRAWING IS FOR SHADING 
PURPOSES ONLY AND DOES NOT INDICATE COLOR. 
FOR SCISSORS. SHEARS (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 1-5-1981; IN COMMERCE 8-8-1983. 



SN 697.087. SAFETY SOCKET SCREW CORPORATION, 
CHICAGO, IL. FILED 11-23-1987. 



X-TRAC 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,043,986. 1,356,277 AND 
OTHERS. 

FOR HAND-OPERATED SHOVELS (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 1-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1986. 



FOR HAND TOOL FOR REMOVAL OF SOCKET 
SCREWS (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 10-21-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-21-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 8— (Continued). CLASS 9— (Continued). 



TM 35 



^'^,,*',V?2c,"'^'^^^'^' ^^^' ^°^^ PRAIRIE. MN. FILED SN 562,563. B.E.L-TRONICS LIMITED, MISSISSAUGA ON- 
1 1-30-1987 TARIO, CANADA, FILED 10-1 1-1985. 



FOOD RACER 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "FOOD", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR SPOONS FOR INFANTS AND SMALL CHILDREN 
(U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 9-28-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-28-1987. 



VECTOR 



SN 698,146. HARBER, INC., EDEN PRAIRIE, MN. FILED 
, 11-30-1987. 



FOOD CHOO-CHOO 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "FOOD", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR SPOONS FOR INFANTS AND SMALL CHILDREN 
(U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 9-28-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-28-1987. 



SN 698.157 UNITED CUTLERY, SEVIERVILLE, 
FILED 11-30-1987. 



TN. 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC 44(D) ON CANADA 
APPLICATION NO. 546793, FILED 7-25-1985, REG NO 
325778, DATED 4-10-1987, EXPIRES 4-10-2002. 

FOR RADAR DETECTORS (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1985. 



PINE KNOT 



FOR POCKET KNIVES (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 10-16-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-16-1987. 



SN 699,739. O. AMES CO., PARKERSBURG, WV. FILED 
12-8-1987. 



GROMASTER 



SN 600,062. THERMOTEKNIX SYSTEMS LIMITED, CAM- 
BRIDGE, ENGLAND, FILED 5-19-1986. 



FOR LAWN AND GARDEN TOOLS— NAMELY, SHOV- 
ELS. SPADES. RAKES, HOES. CULTIVATORS. SPADE 
FORKS, AND POST HOLE DIGGERS (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 8-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1987. 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 



THERMAGRAM 



SN 509,377. TROPEX BATTERIES, 
FILED 11-19-1984. 



INC., MIAMI, FL. 



THE PERFORMER 



SUBJECT TO CONCURRENT USE PROCEEDING WITH 
CENTRAL HARDWARE COMPANY. APPLICANT 
CLAIMS EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO USE THE MARK IN 
THE ENTIRE UNITED STATES EXCEPT FOR THE 
STATES OF TENNESSEE. OHIO, MISSOURI, INDIANA, 
ILLINOIS AND KENTUCKY. 

FOR ELECTRIC STORAGE BATTERIES (U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 1-0-1974; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1974. 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC 44(D) ON UNITED 
KINGDOM APPLICATION NO. 1259712. FILED 2-6-1986, 
REG. NO. 1259712, DATED 2-6-1986, EXPIRES 2-6-1993. 

FOR PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS, COMPUTER PRO- 
GRAMS, AND CONNECTION CABLES FOR USE WITH 
VIDEO CAMERAS. COMPUTERS AND SIGNAL PROCES- 
SORS (U.S. CLS. 21, 26 AND 38). 

FIRST USE 11-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 11-0-1985. 



TM 36 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL S, 1988 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



SN 601,356. HYUNDAI ELECTRONICS INDUSTRIES CO., 
LTD.. ICHON-KUN, KYOUNGKI-DO, REPUBLIC OF 
KOREA, FILED 5-27-1986. 



BIR- 




OWNER OF REPUBLIC OF KOREA REG. NO. 121220, 
DATED 12-16-1985, EXPIRES 12-16-1995 

THE STIPPLING IN THE MARK ON THE DRAWING IS 
FOR SHADING PURPOSES ONLY. 

THE MARK COMPRISES A TRIANGLE DESIGN. 

FOR TELEPHONES: TELECOMMUNICATION SWITCH- 
BOARDS; VIDEOTEX TERMINAL; TtLETEX TERMI- 
NAL; ELECTRONIC TRANSMITTERS; TELECOPIERS; 
ELECTRONIC WRITING BOARD; TELEVISIONS; SATEL- 
LITE RECEIVER; SATELLITE TRANSMITTER/RECEIV- 
ER; MICROWAVE AMPLIFIERS: MICROWAVE CON- 
VERTERS; SATELLITE ANTENNA; DATA-PROCESSORS; 
COMPUTER AND PERIPHERALS, NAMELY; PRINTER, 
KEY-BOARD, MONITOR, TERMINAL HARD DISK 
DRIVE. FLOPPY DISK DRIVE MODEM, DIGITIZER; 
SALES-MANAGEMENT GAUGES; RADIO AND AUDIO 
CASSETTE RECORDERS; ELECTRIC REMOTE CON- 
TROL LENS FOR USE IN CONTROLLING INDUSTRIAL 
OPERATIONS; ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT FOR AUTO- 
MOBILES NAMELY; GAUGES, CRUISE CONTROL, 
SOUND ALARMS, ANTI-THEFT WARNING ALARMS, 
BACK SENSORS; SEMI-CONDUCTOR CHIPS (U.S. CLS. 
21, 26 AND 36). 



SN 608,492. SOUTHERN COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC., 
MINGHAM, AL. FILED 7-7-1986. 



MANAGER 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "MENU MANAGER" AND COMPUTER DISKETTE 
DESIGN, APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

THE MARK CONSISTS OF THE WORDS "MENU MAN- 
AGER" AND AN ARBITRARY HUMAN LIKE DESIGN 
OF A MAN WITH A COMPUTER DISKETTE. 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS AND PROGRAM USER 
MANUALS ALL SOLD AS A UNIT FOR USE IN PERSON- 
AL COMPUTER PROGRAM ORGANIZATIONAL APPLI- 
CATIONS (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 3-26-1986; IN COMMERCE 3-26-1986. 



SN 619,571. MICROMAX SPA.. 
ITALY, FILED 9-11-1986. 



VILLAGUARDIA (COMO), 



MICROMAX 



FOR ELECTRIC IRONS AND ELECTRIC STEAM 
IRONS (U.S. CL. 26). 
FIRST USE 1-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1978. 



SN 601,491. SOGITEC INDUSTRIES, BOULOGNE BILLAN- 
COURT, FRANCE, FILED 5-30-1986. 



GI 10 000 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC 44(D) ON FRANCE 
APPLICATION NO. 770032, FILED 12-2-1985, REG. NO. 
1333138, DATED 12-2-1985, EXPIRES 12-2-1995. 

FOR ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC DATA PROC- 
ESSING AND COMMUNICATIONS TERMINALS AND 
COMPUTER PERIPHERALS FOR THE INPUT, OUTPUT, 
STORAGE, DISPLAY, PROCESSING AND TRANSMIS- 
SION OF DATA, AND/OR IMAGES PARTS THEREFOR 
(U.S. CL. 26). 



SN 619,573. MICROMAX SPA., VILLAGUARDIA (COMO), 
ITALY, FILED 9-11-1986. 



STIRELLA 



FOR ELECTRIC IRONS AND ELECTRIC STEAM 
IRONS (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 1-0-1980; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1980. 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM37 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



SN 619.574. MICROMAX S.'P.A., VILLAGUARDIA (COMO), 
ITALY, FILED 9-11-1986. 



SN 638,918. AMERICAN TRADING AND PRODUCTION 
CORPORATION. BALTIMORE, MD. FILED 1-8-1987. 




FOR ELECTRIC IRONS AND ELECTRIC STEAM 
IRONS (U.S. CL. 26). 
FIRST USE 1-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1984. 




31 



THE MATTER SHOWN BY DOTTED LINES IN THE 
DRAWING IS NOT PART OF THE MARK AND NO 
CLAIM IS MADE TO THIS MATTER; IT SERVES ONLY 
TO SHOW THE POSITION OF THE MARK. 

SEC. 2(F). 

FOR HORN LOUDSPEAKERS (U.S. CL 21). 

FIRST USE 5-1-1965; IN COMMERCE 5-1-1965. 



SN 645,051. MCNAB INCORPORATED, MOUNT VERNON, 
NY. FILED 2-17-1987. 



SN 623,231. HELENA LABORATORIES CORPORATION, 
BEAUMONT. TX. FILED 9-30-1986. 



JACOBY-TARBOX 



CS-T 



FOR FLUID ANALYZERS USED TO MONITOR, INDI- 
CATE, MEASURE, AND CONTROL PARTICLE CONCEN- 
TRATIONS IN LIQUIDS OR GAS STREAMS (U.S. CL. 26) 

FIRST USE 2-8-1961; IN COMMERCE 2-8-1961. 



FOR DIAGNOSTIC SELF-TEST KITS SOLD TO HOSPI- 
TALS, PHYSICIANS' OFFICES, AND OVER-THE- 
COUNTER MARKETS IN DRUGSTORES AND PHARMA- 
CIES FOR USE BY INDIVIDUALS UPON THEMSELVES, 
PRIMARILY IN THE PRIVACY OF THEIR HOMES, TO 
DETECT OCCULT BLOOD IN HUMAN STOOL CON- 
TAINING ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING-TEST 
PADS CONTAINING REAGENTS, PROTECTIVE TEST 
PAD COVERS AND INSTRUCTIONS (U.S. CLS. 6, 26 AND 
38). 

FIRST USE 2-5-1985; IN COMMERCE 2-5-1985. 



SN 623,582. FOTHERGILL COMPOSITES & POLYMER 
TECHNOLOGIES, LTD., SOMERSET, UNITED KING- 
DOM, ASSIGNEE OF FOTHERGILL COMPOSITES, 
INC.. BENNINGTON, VT. FILED 10-2-1986. 



SN 645,837. WESTERN DIGITAL CORP., IRVINE, CA 
FILED 2-24-1987. 



STARHUB 



FOR LOCAL AREA NETWORK UNITS FEATURING A 
HARDWARE APPARATUS FOR HANDLING SIGNAL 
RECOGNITION, RETIMING AND COLLISION DETEC- 
TION AND SIGNALLING FUNCTIONS IN A LOCAL 
AREA NETWORK (U.S. CL. 26). 

RRST USE 11-3-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-3-1986. 



ANTEK 



FOR MOBILE TACTICAL ANTENNAS AND ANTENNA 
MASTS SOLD TO PRIME DEFENSE CONTRACTORS, 
GOVERNMENT AND TELEMETRY COMMUNICATIONS 
USERS (U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 4-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 4-1-1986. 



SN 648,245. MONORAIL, INC., AUBURN, NY. FILED 
3-6-1987. 



CYCLONE 



FOR COIN OPERATED AUTOMOTIVE VACUUM 
CLEANERS (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 23). 
FIRST USE 4-24-1980; IN COMMERCE 4-24-1980. 



208-920 TMOG-88-5 - QL 3 



TM38 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CXASS 9— (Continued). 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



SN 648,246 MONORAIL, INC., AUBURN, NY. FILED SN 649,961. A. SCHMIED SILHOUETTE MODELLBRIL- 
3-6-1987. LEN VERTRIEBSGESELLSCHAFT M.B.H., LINZ, AUS- 

TRIA, FILED 3-I7-I987. 



TRADEWIND 



FOR COIN OPERATED AUTOMOTIVE VACUUM 
CLEANERS (US. CLS. 21 AND 23). 

FIRST USE 4-15-1980; IN COMMERCE 4-15-1980. 




SN 648,247. 
3-6-1987. 



MONORAIL, INC., AUBURN, NY. FILED 



TEMPEST 



FOR SELF SERVICE AUTOMOTIVE VACUUM CLEAN- 
ERS (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 23) 
FIRST USE 5-5-1980; IN COMMERCE 5-5-1980. 



THE MARK CONSISTS OF A "V" DESIGN WITH A 
HORIZONTAL DECORATIVE BAR EXTENDING FROM 
EACH SIDE THEREOF AND VERTICAL ACCENT OVER- 
LAYS. 

SEC. 2(F). 

FOR EYEGLASSES AND FRAMES (US CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 8-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 3-0-1986. 



SN 648,283. REGENCY ELECTRONICS, INC.. INDIANAPO- 
LIS, IN FILED 3-9-1987. 



SN 650,844. TRAQ TECHNOLOGY. INC. BATON ROUGE, 
LA. FILED 3-23-1987. 



INFORMANT 



SCAN REGISTER 



FOR SCANNING RADIO EQUIPMENT- NAMELY. RE- 
CEIVERS HAVING MEANS FOR SCANNING RADIO 
FREQUENCIES (U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 8-7-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-7-1986. 



SN 648,532 ECHO SYSTEMS, INC., PONTIAC, MI. FILED 

. 3-9-1987. 



ECHO 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SCAN". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR POINT OF SALE COMPUTER TERMINALS (U.S. 
CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 1-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1986. 



SN 651,537. GENERAL DATACOMM INC., MIDDLEBURY. 
CT. FILED 3-26-1987. 



FOR ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS COMPRISED 
OF ENERGY CONTROL TRANSDUCERS, DATA LINES 
CONNECTING SUCH TRANSDUCERS TO A DATA 
PROCESSOR AND COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR USE IN 
THE PROCESSOR FOR ACTIVATING AND DEACTIVAT- 
ING THE TRANSDUCERS ACCORDING TO AN ENERGY 
- CONSERVATION PROGRAM (U.S. CLS. 21, 26 AND 38). 

FIRST USE 2-15-1983; IN COMMERCE 3-15-1983. 



GEN*PAC 



FOR DATA COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT 
NAMELY, DATA COMMUNICATIONS PROCESSORS 
AND DATA SWITCHES (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 2-20-1986. 



SN 649,328. MIPS COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC., 
VALE, CA. FILED 3-13-1987. 



SUNNY- 



SN 



655,696. 
17-1987. 



PANAMAX. SAN RAFAEL. CA. FILED 



MIPS 



FOR REDUCED INSTRUCTION SET COMPUTER- 
BASED COMPUTER HARDWARE —NAMELY. CENTRAL 
PROCESSING UNIT BOARDS. MEMORY BOARDS AND 
OPERATING COMPUTER PROGRAMS (U.S. CLS. 26 AND 
38). 

HRST USE 3-12-1986; IN COMMERCE 3-12-1986. 



PANAMAX 



FOR TRANSIEI^ VOLTAGE SUPPRESSION AND 
CONDITIONING UNITS FOR CONNECTION TO ELEC- 
TRICAL POWER LINES (US. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 5-13-1976; IN COMMERCE 5-13-1976. 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM39 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



SN 655,839. AMERl<||iN TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH 
COMPANY, NEW YORK. NY. FILED 4-17-1987. 



SN 662,734. VERAX SYSTEMS, INCORPORATED, 
PORT, NY. FILED 5-26-1987. 



FAIR- 



AT&T 



SPC FOCUS 



OWNER OF US. REG. NOS. 1,293,305, 1,353,769 AND 
OTHERS. 

FOR ELECTRONIC KEY TELEPHONE SYSTEMS COM- 
PRISING CONTROL UNITS, TELEPHONE SETS, FEA- 
TURE CARTRIIX5ES, AND TELEPHONIC CONNECTING 
CORDS, LINES AND APPARATUS THEREFOR (U.S. CLS. 
21 AND 26). 

FIRST USE 11-0-1983; IN COMMERCE 11-0-1983. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SPC", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 8-31-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-31-1986. 



SN 662,735. VERAX SYSTEMS, 
PORT, NY. FILED 5-26-1987. 



INCORPORATED, FAIR- 



SN 658.463. QUANTEX CORPORATION, ROCKVILLE. 
MD. FILED 5-1-1987. 



SPC QUALIFIER 



QUANTEX 



FOR SENSOR CARDS, ALIGNMENT PLATES, BEAM 
MEASURING PLATES, OPTICAL BENCH SCREENS ALL 
FOR VISUALLY LOCATING AND OBSERVING PAT- 
TERNS OF INFRARED RADIATION (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 9-12-1985; IN COMMERCE 9-12-1985. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SPC", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN 

FOR COMPUTERIZED DATA COLLECTION AND 
ANALYTIC UNITS AND COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR 
USE IN THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 8-31-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-31-1986. 



SN 658,538. ALAKH CORP., NEW YORK, NY. FILED 
5-4-1987. 



INTERNATIONAL 



FOR BLANK VIDEO CASSETTE TAPES. BLANK 
AUDIO CASSETTE TAPES, AND AUDIO AND VIDEO 
HEAD CLEANING CASSETTES (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 36). 

FIRST USE 8-5-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-5-1986. 



SN 665,322. SEMI-GAS SYSTEMS, INC., SAN JOSE, 
FILED 6-8-1987. 



CA 



GAS-SAFE 



FOR INDUSTRIAL SAP^TY PROTECTIVE ENCLO- 
SURES FOR GAS REGULATORS, VALVES, GAUGES 
AND FILTERS (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 1-31-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-31-1987. 



SN 659,225. SALON TRANSCRIPTS INTERNATIONAL, 
WOODLAND HILLS. CA. FILED 5-6-1987. 



SALON TRANSCRIPTS 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SALON". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR USE BY BEAUTY 
SALONS (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 1-15-1986; IN COMMERCE 1-15-1986. 



SN 665,391. PROTECH, INC., SAN ANTONIO. TX. FILED 
6-8-1987. 



PROTECH 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR USE IN THE TEST- 
ING OF PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS AND THEIR COM- 
PONENTS; ELECTRONIC TEST EQUIPMENT. NAMELY. 
A MICRO-COMPUTER HAVING TEST INSTRUMENTA- 
TION (U.S. CLS. 26 AND 38). 

FIRST USE 6-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 4-6-1987. 



SN 661,291. AMPEX CORPORATION, REDWOOD CITY, 
CA. FILED 5-18-1987. 



AST 



SN 665,623. HANWAY, JOHN R., 
6-8-1987. 



FAIRMONT, WV. FILED 



LOG-A-MATIC 



FOR VIDEO TAPE RECORDERS (U.S. CL. 21). 
FIRST USE 5-0-1976; IN COMMERCE 5-0-1976. 



FOR BATTERY OPERATED MILEAGE, SPEED, TRIP 
COMPUTER FOR VEHICLES (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 6-4-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-4-1987. 



TM40 

CLASS 9— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 9— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 666.314. SUPRA PRODUCTS. INC., SALEM, OR. FILED 
6-10-1987. 



SN 669.359. GATEWAY COMMUNICATIONS. 
IRVINE. CA. FILED 6-30-1987. 



INC., 



SUPRA 



G/ASYNC 



OWNER OF US REG. NO. 1,144.709. 

FOR MICROCOMPUTERS AND COMPUTER PRO- 
GRAMS THEREFOR USED IN THE REAL ESTATE AND 
SITE SECURITY INDUSTRIES (US. CLS 26 AND 38). 

FIRST USE 2-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1985. 



FOR COMPUTER COMMUNICATION SYSTEM CON- 
SISTING OF CIRCUIT CARDS. CABLES AND COMPUT- 
ER PROGRAMS (U.S. CLS. 21. 26 AND 38). 

FIRST USE 11-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-0-1986. 



SN 668,407 SOCIETE DETUDES ET REALISATIONS DE 
BESOINS INFORMATIQUES. PARIS. FRANCE. FILED 
6-25-1987. 



CONCEPTION 3D 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE ••3D", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR COMPUTERS AND COMPUTER PROGRAMS (U.S. 
CLS. 26 AND 38). 

FIRST USE 12-0-1983; IN COMMERCE 5-0-1986. 



SN 669,515. OMAL GROUP LIMITED, LONDON, ENG- 
LAND. FILED 6-30-1987. 



MONEYTRONIC 



FOR WEIGHING MACHINES FOR COUNTING OR RE- 
COUNTING OF COINS AND BANKNOTES, AND PARTS 
THEREOF (U.S. CLS. 23 AND 26). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 5-0-1987. 



SN 668.666. ARITECH CORPORATION, 
MA. FILED 6-24-1987. 



FRAMINGHAM, 



CROSSCHECK 



SN 670,957. ESSELTE PENDAFLEX CORPORATION, PAR- 
AMUS. NJ. FILED 7-9-1987. 



FOR INTRUSION ALARM SENSORS (US. CL. 26). 
FIRST USE 5-20-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-20-1987. 



LETRALITE 



SN 668,780. TEGAL 
FILED 6-26-1987. 



CORPORATION, NOVATO, CA. 



FOR PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT, NAMELY APPA- 
RATUS FOR PROVIDING ULTRAVIOLET EXPOSURE 
FOR SENSITIZED MATERIALS (US CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 1-19-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-19-1987. 



TEGAL 



COMPLETE 
CUSTOMER 
SATISFACTION 



OWNER OF US REG NO 1,183.548. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE '•COMPLETE CUSTOMER SATISFACTION". APART 
FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

THE MARK COMPRISES "TEGAL COMPLETE CUS- 
TOMER SATISFACTION" IN STYLIZED FORM 

SEC. 2(F) AS TO THE WORD •TEGAL". 

FOR PLASMA REACTOR EQUIPMENT. NAMELY, GAS 
HANDLING UNITS. RF GENERATORS. ELECTRICAL 
POWER SUPPLIES. DIGITAL CONTROLLERS. AND CIR- 
CUIT BOARDS FOR CLEANING, ETCHING AND 
TREATMENT APPLICATIONS (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26). 

HRST USE 11-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-0-1986. 



SN 672,953. PERISCOPE COMPUTING COMPANY, 
THE, ATLANTA. GA. FILED 7-20-1987. 



INC., 



PERISCOPE 



FOR COMPUTER SOFTWARE PROGRAMS, ELECTRI- 
CAL CIRCUIT BOARDS AND ELECTRICAL SWITCHING 
APPARATUS FOR ISOLATING AND CORRECTING 
ERRORS IN COMPUTER SOFTWARE PROGRAMS (U.S. 
CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 8-8-1984: IN COMMERCE 8-8-1984. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 9— (Continued). CLASS 9— (Continued). 



TM41 



SN 674.025. INTERAND CORPORATION, CHICAGO, IL. SN 675,906. DIONEX CORPORATION, SUNNYALE. CA 
FILED 7-23-1987. FILED 7-31-1987. 



ImageRing 



FOR COMMUNICATION NETWORK PROTOCOL 
SYSTEM - NAMELY A COMMUNICATIONS FACILITY 
COMPRISING STANDARD VOICE GRADE TELEPHONE 
LINES OR OTHER TRANSMISSION MEDIA TO ESTAB- 
LISH A RING NETWORK OF TWO OR MORE STATIONS 
CONNECTED TO IDENTICAL OR RELATED TERMI- 
NALS FOR TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION OF DATA 
AND IMAGES (U.S. CLS. 21. 36 AND 38). 

FIRST USE 3-18-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-21-1987. 



SN 674,075. WORLD BIBLE SOCIETY, NASHVILLE, TN. 
HLED 7-23-1987. 






NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CASSETTE", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR PRERECORDED AUDIO CASETTE TAPES CON- 
TAINING INSTRUCTION IN A NUMBER OF AREAS OF 
TOPICAL INTEREST (U.S. CL. 36). 

FIRST USE 3-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-21-1987. 



SN 675,131. MARS, INCORPORATED, MCLEAN, VA. 
FILED 7-29-1987. 



SMARTCHANGE 



FOR ELECTRONIC CHANGEMAKING UNIT WHICH 
HAS THE CAPABILITY TO MAXIMIZE THE ACCEPT- 
ANCE OF MONEY BY EVALUATING ALL POSSIBLE 
CHANGE COMBINATIONS (U.S. CLS. 23 AND 26). 

FIRST USE 6-15-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-15-1987. 



AUTO REGEN 



FOR LABORATORY EQUIPMENT, NAMELY, A UNIT 
FOR REGENERATING SPENT FLUIDS CONTAINING 
SOLVENTS FROM AN ION CHROMATOGRAPH. COM- 
PRISING A PUMP, TUBING. AND A FLOW-THROUGH 
CARTRIDGE (US CL. 26) 

FIRST USE 4-23-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-23-1987. 



SN 676.001. INTEGRATED CASH MANAGEMENT SERV- 
ICES, INC.. NEW YORK. NY. FILED 8-3-1987. 

CUSTOM CASH 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE 'CASH", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR COMPUTER PRCXjRAMS (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 4-1-1984; IN COMMERCE 8-1-1984 



SN 676,748. ZERO CORPORATION, LOS ANGELES. CA. 
FILED 8-6-1987. 



ADVANCE ZERO-STATIC 
SYSTEMS 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SYSTEMS", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR STATIC ELECTRICITY MONITORS AND DETEC- 
TORS (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 12-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 12-0-1986. 



SN 677,133. NORDIC EYEWEAR INTERNATIONAL, 
WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA. FILED 8-7-1987. 



NORDIC 

INTERNATIONAL 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,319,154. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE THE DESIGN OF THE EYEGLASS FRAME, APART 
FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR EYEGLASS FRAMES (US CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 7-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-1-1987. 



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OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



SN 677,398. THOR ENTERPRISES, INC., WATERLOO, WI. 
FILED 8-10-1987. 



SN 680,419. M.A.S.C. COMPANY, INC., THE, GLADSTONE, 
MI. FILED 8-24-1987. 



SHIELDGARD 



THERMO ALERT 



FOR SAFETY WARNING TAPE (U.S. CLS. 5 AND 26). 
FIRST USE 7-28-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-3-1987. 



FOR SOUND ALARM TO DETECT WOOD STOVE 
OVERHEATING (U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 4-15-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-15-1987. 



SN 678.034 MINE SAFETY APPLIANCES COMPANY, 
PITTSBURGH, PA. FILED 8-12-1987. 



TOPGARD 



SN 680,893. TELEDYNE INDUSTRIES, INC., LOS ANGE- 
LES. CA. FILED 8-27-1987. • 



FOR INDUSTRIAL SAFETY HEAD PROTECTION 
GEAR COMPRISING PROTECTIVE HATS AND CAPS 
(U.S. CLS. 26 AND 39) 

FIRST USE 6-10-1960; IN COMMERCE 6-10-1960. 



SN 678,215. TECH PRO, INC., AKRON, OH. FILED 

8-13-1987. 



FILTER-FLO 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,144,847. 

FOR ELECTRIC SUCTIONING UNITS FOR USE IN 
ELIMINATING AMMONIA VAPORS FROM THE AIR 
SURROUNDING DIAZO COPYING MACHINES; AND 
DISPOSABLE CARTRIDGES THEREFOR (U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 2-11-1978; IN COMMERCE 2-6-1979. 



connpuGRAPH 



FOR DATA ACQUISITION AND PROCESSING SYS- 
TEMS COMPRISED OF A COMPUTER, A PRINTER. OP- 
ERATING COMPUTER PROGRAMS, AND INTERFACE 
CIRCUITRY FOR INTERCONNECTING THE COMPUTER 
WITH THE RHEOMETERS WITH WHICH TftE GOODS 
ARE IMPLEMENTED (U.S. CLS. 21, 26 AND it). 

12-21-1986. 



FIRST USE 12-23-1986; IN COMMERCE 






SN 679,611. CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, 
PASADENA, CA. FILED 8-13-1987. 



NEW WORLD OF 
COMPUTING 



SN 681,533. HERON COMMUNICATIONS, INC.. CULVER 
CITY, CA. FILED 8-31-1987. 



COUNTRy.ROADS 




VIDEO 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "COMPUTING", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR THE CREATION, 
STORAGE, PROCESSING AND COMMUNICATION OF 
INFORMATION (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 7-15-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-15-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "VIDEO", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR PRE-RECORDED MUSIC VIDEO CASSETTES (U.S. 
CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 6-10-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-10-1987. 



SN 680,349. GATEWAYS RESEARCH INSTITUTE, INC., 
OJAI. CA. FILED 8-24-1987. 



SN 683,318. SPALDING A EVENFLO COMPANIES, INC., 
TAMPA, FL. FILED 9-8-1987. 



QUICKBREAK 



THE ULTIMATE EDGE 



FOR SERIES OF PRERECORDED AUDIO TAPES (U.S. 
CL. 36). 
FIRST USE 12-30-1986; IN COMMERCE 12-30-1986. 



FOR SUNGLASSES (U.S. CL. 26). 

HRST USE 7-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-9-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM43 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 

SN 683,397. SMG MARKETING GROUP, INC., CHICAGO, 
IL. FILED 9-10-1987. 



HEAI.TW AKKMAKKKI lUI A NCTWf>RK 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,391,142. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "HEALTHCARE MARKET DATA NETWORK", 
APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS CONTAINING MARKET 
DATA ABOUT THE HEALTHCARE FIELD (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 3-2-1983; IN COMMERCE 3-2-1983. 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 

SN 687,640. K-TALK COMMUNICATIONS, INC., COLUM- 
BUS, OH. FILED 10-2-1987. 



PUBLISHING COMPANION 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR CONVERSION OF 
WORD PROCESSING PRODUCTS INTO A FINAL PROD- 
UCT WHICH PRESENTS A TYPESET APPEARANCE (US 
CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 7-10-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-10-1987. 



SN 688,592. SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION SOFTWARE, 
INC., STEVENS POII^, WI. FILED 10-8-1987. 



SN 685,770. SENSORMATIC ELECTRONICS CORPORA- 
TION, DEERFIELD BEACH, FL. FILED 9-23-1987. 

MICROGATOR 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,355,052 AND 1,355,053. 
FOR ELECTRONIC INVENTORY CONTROL TAGS 
(U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 4-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-8-1986. 




School 

Administration 
- Software, Inc. 



SN 686,744. SES SYSTEMS, INC., IRVING, TX. FILED 

9-28-1987. 



BESS 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR MONITORING, RE- 
PORTING AND CONTROLLING EMPLOYEE PRODUC- 
TIVITY IN MANUAL MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS 
(U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 5-31-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-8-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION SOFTWARE, INC.", 
APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

THE LINING IS A FEATURE OF THE MARK AND 
DOES NOT INDICATE COLOR. 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR SCHOOL ADMINIS- 
TRATION (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 4-1-1984; IN COMMERCE 8-1-1986. 



SN 688,651. PERSONAL COMPUTER PRODUCTS, INC., 
SAN DIEGO, CA. FILED 10-8-1987. 



SN 686,961. COMPAQ COMPUTER CORPORATION, HOUS- 
TON, TX. FILED 9-29-1987. 



LASERIMAGE 



FOR LASER PRINTERS (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26). 
FIRST USE 7-18-1986; IN COMMERCE 7-18-1986. 



comMa 



r^rrKK>,r^ini-^tm.,i*Hsti!Mwmv-i^'.y>K>»m.'m,if>y,^f^ 



SN 688,734. 
10-9-1987. 



TERADYNE. INC., BOSTON, MA. FILED 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,264,107, 1,405,631 AND 
OTHERS. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "PORTABLE 386", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN 

THE DRAWING IS LINED FOR THE COLORS 
YELLOW AND ORANGE. 

FOR PERSONAL COMPUTERS (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 9-29-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-29-1987. 



HIGH DENSITY PLUS 
(HD+) 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "HIGH DENSITY", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR BACKPLANE INTERCONNECTION PANELS AND 
CONNECTORS (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26). 

FIRST USE 11-18-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-18-1986. 



TM44 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 9 — (Continued). 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



SN 689.342. AMERICAN LENDER SERVICES, INC.. ANN SN 689.438. HORLOGERIE PHOTOGRAPHIQUE FRAN- 
ARBOR. MI. FILED 10-13-1987. CAISE. BONNEVILLE. FRANCE. FILED 10-6-1987. 



LOAN-REP 



FOR PRE-RECORDED COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR 
THE FINANCIAL SERVICES INDUSTRY (U.S. CL. 38) 
FIRST USE 8-20-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-20-1987. 



FIDJI 



SN 689,416. HEALTH LEARNING SYSTEMS INC., LYND- 
HURST, NJ. FILED 10-13-1987. 



.^Jf/*f<ife^/u^afc-4i t/wSa^ 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,444,943, 1,448,239 AND 
OTHERS 

THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE WORDS "EL 
MILAGRO DE LA VIDA" IN THE MARK IS "THE 
WONDER OF LIFE • 

FOR INFANT CARE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM KITS 
FEATURING PRE-RECORDED VIDEOTAPES AND IN- 
STRUCTIONAL NEWSLETTERS FURNISHED AS A UNIT 
(U.S. CLS. 21 AND 38). 

FIRST USE 2-26-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-26-1987. 



SN 689,437. HORLOGERIE PHOTOGRAPHIQUE FRAN- 
CAISE, BONNEVILLE, FRANCE, FILED 10-6-1987. 



CONFIDENT 



OWNER OF FRANCE REG NO. 1358404, DATED 
6-10-1986, EXPIRES 6-10-1996. 

FOR TELEPHONES; TELEPHONE APPARATUS— 
NAMELY, PUSH-BUTTON TELEPHONE DIALS, TELE- 
PHONE STATION SETS COMPRISING VARIOUS COMBI- 
NATIONS OF THE FOLLOWING FEATURES; 2 LINE 
GROUPS, DIRECT IN LINE, TIE LINE, MANAGER/SEC- 
RETARY EXTENSION, PUSH-BUTTON DIALING, SHORT 
CODE DIALING. LAST NUMBER REDIAL, CALL 
INTERCEPT, BROADCAST CALLS, AUTOMATIC CALL- 
BACK, MESSAGING, CONFERENCE CALLS, CLOCK 
DISPLAY, SECRETARY INTERCEPT/DO NOT DISTURB, 
AMPLIRED RECEIVER. CANCEL KEY FOR ALL OF 
THESE FACILITIES, RINGING SOUND QUALITY, RING- 
ING LEVEL, LOUD SPEAKER VOLUME, CALL PARK, 
CALL FORWARDING, VISUAL DISPLAY OF ONE OR 
MORE OF THE FOLLOWING; EXCHANGE LINE CALLS, 
EXCHANGE LINE OCCUPANCY, CALL WAITING MORE 
THAN 30 SECONDS, NUMBER OF CALLING EXTEN- 
SION. NUMBER AND STATUS OF CALLED EXTENSION, 
NUMBER BEING DIALED, CALL DURATION, OPERA- 
TOR POSITION ACTIVATED. EXTENSION CONNECTED 
TO SECRETARY FACILITY, LINE STATUS, CALL WAIT- 
ING, PERMANENT LINE, BUSY, FREE; KEY FOR CON- 
VERTING ANY EXTENSION TO AN OPERATOR POSI- 
TION; ON HOOK DIALING, OR MUTE KEY; TELEPHON- 
IC COMBINED SET— NAMELY, TELEPHONE HAND SET 
WITH A MICROPHONE; TELEPHONE SWITCHBOARDS; 
COMPUTER TERMINALS; TELEPHONE TEST AND 
MEASURING APPARATUS, AND STRUCTURAL PARTS 
FOR ALL OF THE AFORESAID (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26). 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON FRANCE 
APPLICATION NO. 1009, FILED 4-13-1987. REG NO. 
1404817, DATED 4-13-1987. EXPIRES 4-13-1997. 

FOR TELEPHONES; TELEPHONE APPARATUS— 
NAMELY, PUSH-BUTTON TELEPHONE DIALS, TELE- 
PHONE STATION SETS COMPRISING VARIOUS COMBI- 
NATIONS OF THE FOLLOWING FRATURES; 2 LINE 
GROUPS, DIRECT IN LINE, TIE LINE, MANAGER/SEC- 
RETARY EXTENSION, PUSH-BUTTON DIALING, SHORT 
CODE DIALING. LAST NUMBER REDIAL. CALL 
INTERCEPT, BROAIXrAST CALLS, AUTOMATIC CALL- 
BACK, MESSAGING, CONFERENCE CALLS, CLOCK 
DISPLAY, SECRETARY INTERCEPT/DO NOT DISTURB, 
AMPLIFIED RECEIVER, CANCEL KEY FOR ALL OF 
THESE FACILITIES, RINGING SOUND QUALITY. RING- 
ING LEVEL, LOUD SPEAKER VOLUME, CALL PARK, 
CALL FORWARDING, VISUAL DISPLAY OF ONE OR 
MORE OF THE FOLLOWING; EXCHANGE LINE CALLS. 
EXCHANGE LINE OCCUPANCY, CALL WAITING MORE 
THAN 30 SECONDS, NUMBER OF CALLING EXTEN- 
SION NUMBER AND STATUS OF CALLED EXTENSION, 
NUMBER BEING DIALED, CALL DURATION, OPERA- 
TOR POSITION ACTIVATED, EXTENSION CONNECTED 
TO SECRETARY FACILITY, LINE STATUS, CALL WAIT- 
ING, PERMANENT LINE, BUSY, FREE; KEY FOR CON- 
VERTING ANY EXTENSION TO AN OPERATOR POSI- 
TION; ON HOOK DIALING, OR MUTE KEY; TELE- 
PHONE COMBINED SET— NAMELY, TELEPHONE 
HAND SET WITH A MICROPHONE; TELEPHONE 
SWITCHBOARDS; COMPUTER TERMINALS; TELE- 
PHONE TEST AND MEASURING APPARATUS, AND 
STRUCTURAL PARTS FOR ALL OF THE AFORESAID 
(U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26). 



SN 689,454. DURO-TEST CORPORATION, NORTH 
BERGEN. NJ. FILED 10-6-1987. 



QUIK-FIT 



FOR ADAPTOR FOR FLUORESCENT LAMPS (U.S. CL. 
21). 
FIRST USE 2-27-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-27-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM45 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



SN 689.672. INDUSTRIE-ELECTRONIC DI-EL GMBH, 
URBACH, FED REP GERMANY, FILED 10-14-1987. 



SN 690,113. ABEX CORPORATION, BOSTON, MA. FILED 
10-15-1987. 



di-soric 



OWNER OF FED REP GERMANY REG. NO. 1104049, 
DATED 3-23-1987, EXPIRES 7-9-1996. 

FOR CONTROLLERS, REGULATORS AND APERTURE 
ADJUSTERS, CONTACTLESS CONTROLS, NAMELY 
PROXIMITY SWITHCES AND LIGHT BARRIERS, OPTI- 
CAL SCANNERS, POWER UNITS, AMPLIFIERS, LEVEL 
SENSORS. FLOW METERS, TIME LAG RELAYS, CALCU- 
LATORS, MONITORS, LASERS (EXCEPT FOR MEDICAL 
APPLICATIONS), OPTICAL FIBERS AND PARTS 
THEREOF (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26). 



JETPARK 



FOR VISUAL GUIDANCE UNITS UTILIZING LIGHTS 
AND DIRECTIONAL INDICIA, FOR GUIDING AIR- 
CRAFT ON THE GROUND (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 7-16-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-16-1987. 



SN 690,201. CETUS CORPORTION, EMERYVILLE, CA. 
FILED 10-19-1987. 



PRO/TIPS 



SN 689,711. SKYLINE NORTHWEST 
PORTLAND, OR. FILED 10-15-1987. 



CORPORATION, 



SIGHT SHIELD 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,317,864, 1,401,013 AND 
1,425,591. 

FOR DISPOSABLE PIPET TIPS FOR ELECTRONICAL- 
LY OPERATED LIQUID HANDLING UNITS FOR USE IN 
MICROTITRATION (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 3-30-1984; IN COMMERCE 3-30-1984. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SHIELD", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR PROTECTIVE GOGGLES (U.S. CL. 26). 
FIRST USE 8-27-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-27-1987. 



SN 690,272. RELISYS, MILPITAS, CA. HLED 10-19-1987. 



SN 690,011. INNOVATIVE DESIGN, 
SPRING, MD FILED 10-16-1987. 



INC., SILVER 



MICRO-SCAN 



RELISYS 



FOR COMPUTER PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT, 
NAMELY MONITORS, TERMINALS, PRINTERS. FAC- 
SIMILE UNITS AND DISK DRIVES (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 8-21-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-21-1987. 



FOR SYSTEM COMPRISED OF A COMPUTER, INFRA- 
RED SENSORS AND A MULTI-ROLLER ASSEMBLY 
UNIT, FOR MEASURING THE LENGTH OF IMPRES- 
SIONS IMPOSED ON A MOVING WEB, SUCH AS BY A 
PRINTING PRESS (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26). 

RRST USE 12-4-1986; IN COMMERCE 3-6-1987. 



SN 690,273. RELISYS, MILPITAS, CA. FILED 10-19-1987. 



SN 690,034. PS ENGINEERING, 
FILED 10-16-1987. 



INC., KNOXVILLE, TN. 



FLIGHT MATE 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "FLIGHT', APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN 

FOR AIRCRAFT COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS, 
NAMELY, INTERCOMS AND INTERFACE CIRCUIT 
HAVING INPUT FOR RECORDED CHECK LISTS (U.S. 
CLS 21 AND 26). 

FIRST USE 9-27-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-27-1987. 



THE LINING SHOWN ON THE DRAWING IS A FEA- 
TURE OF THE MARK, AND DOES NOT INDICATE 
COLOR. 

FOR COMPUTER PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT, 
NAMELY MONITORS, TERMINALS, PRINTERS, FAC- 
SIMILE UNITS AND DISK DRIVES (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 8-21-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-21-1987. 



TM46 

CLASS 9— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 9— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 690,309. COIN ACCEPTORS, INC., ST. LOUIS, MO. SN 690,410. POWELL ELECTRICAL MANUFACTURING 
FILED 10-19-1987. COMPANY, HOUSTON, TX. FILED 10-16-1987. 



COINCO 



INTELLITRON 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 791,374. 

FOR VENDING MACHINES AND BILL VALIDATORS 
(U.S. CL. 23). 

HRST USE 6-2-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-2-1986. 



FOR ANNUNCIATOR, SEQUENCE OF EVENT RE- 
CORDER, DATA ACQUISITION UNIT (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 
26). 

FIRST USE 4-12-1985; IN COMMERCE 12-3-1985. 



SN 690,355. FREDERICK J. DUHL AND JOEL ZIFF, DBA 
TEAMPLAY SOFTWARE, NEWTON, MA. FILED 
10-19-1987. 



TEAMPLAY 



SN 690,423. HOBART BROTHERS COMPANY, TROY, OH. 
FILED 10-19-1987. 



ROD-RUNNER 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS RECORDED ON MA- 
CHINE-READABLE STORAGE MEDL\ FOR CLASS- 
ROOM TEACHING AND EDUCATION (U.S. CL. 38). 

RRST USE 12-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 2-9-1987. 



FOR PORTABLE ENGINE DRIVEN DC ARC WELDER 
(U.S. CLS. 21, 23 AND 34). 

FIRST USE 9-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-1-1987. 



SN 690.448. ISCO, INC., LINCOLN, NE. FILED 10-19-1987. 



SN 690,356. FREDERICK J. DUHL AND JOEL ZIFF, DBA 
TEAMPLAY SOFTWARE, NEWTON. MA. FILED 
10-19-1987. 



NOTEPASSER 



ChemResearch 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS RECORDED ON MA- 
CHINE-READABLE STORAGE MEDIA FOR CLASS- 
ROOM TEACHING AND EDUCATION (U.S. CL. 38). 

RRST USE 12-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 2-9-1987. 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS TO OPERATE COMPUT- 
ERIZED CHROMATOGRAPHIC DATA MANAGEMENT 
SYSTEMS (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 9-1-1978; IN COMMERCE 9-1-1978. 



SN 690,390. KNOPF. JAMES E.. 
10-19-1987. 



BELLEVUE. WA. FILED 



SN 690.561. POWELL-PROCESS SYSTEMS. INC.. HOUS- 
TON. TX. FILED 10-16-1987. 



JIM BUTTON 



DIGIGARD 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR USE IN BUSINESS. 
PERSONAL. EDUCATION.AND ENTERTAINMENT AP- 
PLICATIONS (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 9-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 9-0-1982. 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR DETECTING 
FAULTY ANALOG INPUTS AND TAKING CORRECTION 
ACTION (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 4-^1984; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1985. 



SN 690,391. LASER PLOT, INC., AUBURN, 
10-19-1987. 



MA. FILED 



SN 690,659. CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, 
PASADENA, CA. FILED 10-19-1987. 



CHARTNAV 



SCAMP 



FOR ELECTRONIC CHART DISPLAY SYSTEM, COM- 
PRISING A COMPUTER WITH COMPACT DISC STOR- 
AGE, KEY PAD AND MONITOR (U.S. CL. 26). 

RRST USE 8-4-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-4-1987. 



FOR COMPUTER SOFTWARE PROGRAMS FOR THE 
ANALYSIS, DESIGN AND MEASUREMENT OF SWITCH- 
ING CONVERTERS (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 7-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-0-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 IJ.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 9— (Continued). CLASS 9— (Continued). 



TM47 



SN 690,661. MEMORY METALS, INC., STAMFORD, CT SN 690,785 RECOGNITION EQUIPMENT INCORPORAT- 
RLED 10-19-1987. eD. IRVING, TX. FILED 10-20-1987. 



MEMRYSAFE 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,342,355 AND OTHERS. 
FOR HEAT SENSITIVE ACTUATORS AND SHAPE 
MEMORY EFFECT ACTUATORS (U.S. CL. 26). 
FIRST USE 3-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1987. 



SN 690,679. BROAN MFG. CO., INC., 
FILED 10-19-1987. 



HARTFORD. CT. 



NAUTILUS 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 684.450, 1.397,462 AND 
OTHERS. 

FOR TIMERS. SPEED CONTROLS. AND THERMO- 
STATS FOR FANS AND HEATERS (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1972; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1972. 




OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 797.174 AND 1.430.947. 

FOR DATA INFORMATION AND DOCUMENT PROC- 
ESSING UNITS, COMPUTERS. AND COMPUTER PE- 
RIPHERALS (U.S. CLS. 26 AND 38). 

FIRST USE 6-1-1978; IN COMMERCE 6-1-1978. 



SN 690,796. CNC SOFTWARE, INC., VERNON, CT. FILED 
9-14-1987. 



SN 690,720. SYNTELLIGENCE, INC.. SUNNYVALE. CA. 
FILED 10-20-1987. 



SYNTOOLS 



PLUSCAM 



FOR COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL PROGRAMS 
(U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 3-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-0-1987. 



FOR COMPUTER SOFTWARE PROGRAMS FOR DE- 
VELOPING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE SOFTWARE 
(U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 7-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-9-1987. 



SN 691.035. SALINON 
FILED 10-22-1987. 



CORPORATION, DALLAS. TX. 



HEADLINER 



SN 690,743. MONSTER CABLE PRODUCTS, INC., SAN 
FRANCISCO, CA. FILED 10-20-1987. 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR GENERATING 
PROMOTIONAL EXPRESSIONS SUCH AS THEME LINES, 
SLOGANS, TITLES AND JINGLES (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 5-4-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-4-1987. 



MAGNETIC FLUX TUBE 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "MAGNETIC FLUX", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR ELECTRICAL SIGNAL TRANSMITTING CABLES 
(U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 8-20-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-20-1986. 



SN 691,046. INSYSTEMS, 
10-22-1987. 



INC.. SAN JOSE. CA. FILED 



INSYSTEMS 



FOR AUTOMATED SPECIMEN DEFECT DETECTION 
APPARATUS AND AUTOMATED HOLOGRAPHIC- 
BASED APPARATUS FOR PROCESSING INTEGRATED 
CIRCUITS (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 5-2-1984; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1986. 



TM48 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



SN 691,137. NEW IMAGE INDUSTRIES, INC., WOOD- 
LAND HILLS, CA. FILED 10-22-1987. 



SN 69l,St7. PACIFIC SOFTWARE ASSOCIATES, INCOR- 
PORATED, HILLSBORO, OR. FILED 10-22-1987. 



NEW IMAGE SALON 
SYSTEM 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SALON SYSTEM", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN 

FOR COMPUTER IMAGING SYSTEM CONSISTING OF 
VIDEO CAMERA, KEYBOARD, VIDEO DISPLAY UNIT. 
PHOTOGRAPHIC CAMERA, COMPUTER, AND COMPUT- 
ER PROGRAM FOR USE IN BEAUTY SOLONS (U.S. CLS. 
26 AND 38). 

FIRST USE 3-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-10-1987. 



WOODMILL 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR GENERAL BUSI- 
NESS APPLICATIONS IN THE LUMBER INDUSTRY (U.S. 
CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 6-8-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-13-1987. 



SN 691,728. 
10-26-1987. 



M/A/R/C, INC., IRVING, TX. FILED 



SN 691,141. HAPPINESS VIDEO, PORTLAND, TN. FILED 
10-22-1987. 



HAPPINESS VIDEO 



PCRS 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR USE IN MARKET- 
ING RESEARCH (US. CL 38) 
FIRST USE 7-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-9-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "VIDEO". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR VIDEO TAPES CONTAINING MOVIES, TRAVEL- 
OGUES, INSTRUCTIONAL INFORMATION, AND DOCU- 
MENTARIES (U.S. CL 21) 

FIRST USE 10-9-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-16-1986. 



SN 691.960. THIRD EYE SOFTWARE, INC., MENLO 
PARK, CA. FILED 1(^26-1987. 



ELEXIR 



SN 691,470 SPAR, INC.. TARRYTOWN. NY FILED 
10-23-1987. 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR DATA RETREIVAL 
AND MANUALS, SOLD AS A UNIT (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 12-12-1986; IN COMMERCE 1-21-1987. 



SPARCAST 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,415.245 AND 1,441,909 
FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS USED TO FORECAST 

AND ANALYZE SALES AND MARKETING ACTIVITIES 

(U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE II-I-I978; IN COMMERCE 5-1-1987. 



SN 691.471 BALLY MANUFACTURING CORPORATION. 
CHICAGO. IL. FILED 10-23-1987. 



SN 692.077 INFINITY SYSTEMS. INC.. CHATSWORTH. 
CA. FILED 10-27-1987. 




Infinity 



SYSTEM 5000 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SYSTEM", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR AUTOMATIC SLOT MACHINES (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 4-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1987. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,130,708, 1,130,709 AND 
OTHERS 

THE MARK CONSISTS IN PART OF A STYLIZED IN- 
FINITY SYMBOL 

FOR SPEAKERS FOR USE WITH VIDEO SYSTEMS, 
PROJECTION TELEVISIONS. AUTOMOBILE SPEAKERS, 
AUTOMOBILE AMPLIFIERS AND AUTOMOBILE 
CROSSOVER CIRCUITS (U.S. CL 21). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1986 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 9— (Continued). CLASS 9— (Continued). 



TM49 



SN 692,355. OUlDOOR OPTICS, INC. DBA OLYMPIC OP- SN 693.145. VWALA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION 
TICAL CO.. MEMPHIS, TN. FILED 10-29-1987. SAN MATEO, CA FILED 1 1-2-1987. 



POLAR-BLUE 



SIGNAMAIL 



26) 



FOR SUNGLASSES AND SUNGLASS CASES (U.S. CL. pOR ELECTRONIC MAILBOX DETECTOR (US CL 



FIRST USE 9-11-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-27-1987. 



26). 



FIRST USE 9-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-11-1987. 



SN 692,741. PARATECH, INC., ODESSA, TX. FILED 
10-30-1987. 




THE DRAWING OF THE MARK IS LINED FOR THE 
COLOR BLUE AND GREEN BUT COLOR IS NOT 
CLAIMED AS A FEATURE OF THE MARK. 

FOR ELECTRONIC CONTROLLER FOR FLUID 
TREATMENT SYSTEMS (U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 2-12-1986; IN COMMERCE 2-12-1986. 



SN 693,370. ACTION OPTICS, NAPA, CA. FILED 11-2-1987. 

ACTIONOPTICS 



FOR SPORTS SUNGLASSES FOR FISHING AND 
HUNTING (U.S. CL. 26). 
FIRST USE 5-25-1983; IN COMMERCE 5-25-1983. 



SN 693,572. SCHOLARSHIP BASKETBALL, LTD., 
BALBOA, CA. FILED 11-2-1987. 



YOU 




FOR PRERECORDED VIDEO CASSETTES FOR 
SPORTS INSTRUCTION (U.S. CL. 21). 
FIRST USE 10-6-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-6-1987. 



SN 692.757. POLAROID CORPORATION, CAMBRIDGE. 
, MA. FILED 10-30-1987 



SN 693,573. SCHOLARSHIP BASKETBALL. LTD., 
BALBOA, CA. FILED 11-2-1987. 



IMPULSE 



YOUR BEST SHOT 



FOR PHOTOGRAPHIC CAMERAS (U.S. CL. 26). 
FIRST USE 10-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-9-1987. 



FOR PRERECORDED VIDEO CASSETTES FOR 
SPORTS INSTRUCTION (U.S. CL. 21). 
FIRST USE 10-6-19S7; IN COMMERCE 10-6-1987. 



SN 692.786. FSI CORPORATION, CHASKA, MN. FILED 

10-30-1987. 



EXCALIBUR 



FOR SEMICONDUCTOR WAFER PROCESSING APPA- 
RATUS FOR REMOVING OXIDE FILMS BY ETCHING 
(U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26). 

FIRST USE 9-18-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-18-1987. 



SN 693,895. DISPLAYTEK, INC., ELGIN, IL. FILED 
11-6-1987. 



DISPLAYTEK 



FOR VIDEO DISPLAY MONITORS (U.S. CL. 26). 
FIRST USE 8-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-1-1987. 



TM 50 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



SN 693,901. SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY, GREENS- SN 693,945. ROAMER CORPORATION OF AMERICA, 
BORO, NC. FILED 1 1-6-1987. LAKEWOOD, OH. FILED 1 1-6-1987. 



SO SOFT 



FOR CONTACT LENSES (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 8-13-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-13-1987. 



RoameR 



THE LINING IN THE MARK IS A FEATURE THEREOF 
AND EXJES NOT INDICATE COLOR. 

FOR PORTABLE CELLULAR TELEPHONES (U.S. CL. 
21). 

FIRST USE 7-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-1-1987. 



SN 693,952. ROAMER CORPORATION OF AMERICA, 
LAKEWOOD, OH FILED 11-6-1987. 



SN 693,905. COAST LIGHT SYSTEMS, SANTA ANA, CA. 
FILED 11-6-1987. 



RoameR 





THE LINING IN THE MARK IS A FEATURE THEREOF 
AND DOES NOT INDICATE COLOR 

FOR PORTABLE CELLULAR TELEPHONES (U.S. CL. 
21). 

FIRST USE 7-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-1-1987. 



SN 693,953. ROAMER CORPORATION OF AMERICA, 
LAKEWOOD, OH. FILED 11-6-1987. 



ROAMER 



FOR PORTABLE CELLULAR TELEPHONES (U.S. CI 
FOR ELECTRICAL LIGHTING FIXTURES (U.S. CL. 21). 21). 
RRST USE 1-31-1984; IN COMMERCE 1-31-1984. FIRST USE 7-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-1-1987. 



TM51 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 9— (Continued). CLASS 9— (Continued). 

^'^nT'.o'.^-, CENSTOR CORP., SAN JOSE, CA. FILED SN 694,619. RECOGNITION EQUIPMENT INCORPORAT- 
11-6-1987. ED, IRVING, TX. FILED 11-6-1987. 



MONOPOL 



FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC READ/WRITE HEADS 
AND MAGNETIC RECORDING DISCS (U.S. CL. 26). 
FIRST USE 7-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-0-1987. 



SN 694,068. ULTRON LABS CORPORATION, SAN JOSE, 
CA. FILED 11-5-1987. 



CRYPTO-ENGINE 



FOR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS IN A CIRCUIT CHIP 
CARRER (U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 10-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-0-1986. 



SN 694,120. CREATIVE SOLUTIONS, INC., ANN ARBOR, 
MI. FILED 11-5-1987. 




FOR OPERATING COMPUTER PROGRAMS AND COM- 
PUTER PROGRAMS FOR DATA INFORMATION PROC- 
ESSING AND DOCUMENT PROCESSING APPLICA- 
TIONS (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 6-30-1984; IN COMMERCE 6-30-1984. 



THE 1065 SOLUTION 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,255,162, 1,371,014 AND 
OTHERS. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "1065", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR PRE-RECORDED COMPUTER PROGRAMS IN 
THE ACCOUNTING FIELD (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 10-2-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-2-1987. 



SN 694,922. J. S. NOLEN AND ASSOCIATES, INC., HOUS- 
TON, TX. FILED 11-12-1987. 



EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR THE OIL AND GAS 
INDUSTRY (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 4-30-1986; IN COMMERCE 4-30-1986. 



SN 694,235. GILBERT ENGINEERING COMPANY, INC., 
GLENDALE, AZ. FILED 11-9-1987. 



ETHERTAP 



FOR COAXIAL CONNECTORS (U.S. CL. 21). 
FIRST USE 10-19-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-19-1987. 



SN 694.923. J. S. NOLEN AND ASSOCIATES, INC.. HOUS- 
TON, TX. FILED 11-12-1987. 



BLITZ 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR THE OIL AND GAS 
INDUSTRY (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 1-31-1985; IN COMMERCE 4-31-1985. 



SN 694,608. RECOGNITION EQUIPMENT INCORPORAT- 
ED, IRVING, TX. FILED 11-6-1987. 



REI 



FOR OPERATING COMPUTER PROGRAMS AND COM- 
PUTER PROGRAMS FOR DATA INFORMATION PROC- 
ESSING AND DOCUMENT PROCESSING APPLICA- 
TIONS (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 6-30-1984; IN COMMERCE 6-30-1984. 



SN 694,924. J. S. NOLEN AND ASSOCIATES, INC., HOUS- 
TON, TX. FILED 11-12-1987. 



EOS-PAK 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR THE OIL AND GAS 
INDUSTRY (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 11-30-1985; IN COMMERCE 11-30-1985. 



TM52 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



SN 694,925. J. S. NOLEN AND ASSOCIATES, INC., HOUS- 
TON, TX. FILED 11-12-1987. 



SN 695,625. BOLT BERANEK AND NEWMAN, INC., CAM- 
BRIDGE, MA. FILED 11-16-1987 



VIP-DUAL 



RS/EXPLORE 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR THE OIL AND GAS 
INDUSTRY (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 11-30-1985; IN COMMERCE 11-30-1985. 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR RESEARCH SUP- 
PORT AND DATA ANALYSIS TOGETHER WITH IN- 
STRUCTIONAL PRINTED MATERIALS SOLD THERE- 
WITH (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1986. 



SN 694,926. J. S. NOLEN AND ASSOCIATES, INC., HOUS- 
TON, TX. FILED 11-12-1987. 



VIP-COMP 



SN 695,626. BOLT BERANEK AND NEWMAN. INC., CAM- 
BRIDGE, MA. FILED 11-16-1987. 



FOR COMPUTER PRORAMS FOR THE OIL AND GAS 
INDUSTRY (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 1-31-1984; IN COMMERCE 1-31-1984. 



RS/DISCOVER 



SN 694,927. J S. NOLEN AND ASSOCIATES, INC., HOUS- 
TON, TX. FILED 11-12-1987. 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR RESEARCH SUP- 
PORT AND DATA ANALYSIS TOGETHER WITH IN- 
STRUCTIONAL PRINTED MATERIALS SOLD THERE- 
WITH (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1986. 



VIP-ENCORE 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR THE OIL AND GAS 
INDUSTRY (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 11-30-1985; IN COMMERCE 11-30-1985. 



SN 695,778. TECHNOLOGY FOR ENERGY CORPORA- 
TION. KNOXVILLE. TN FILED 11-16-1987. 



PER-MON 



SN 694,928. J. S. NOLEN AND ASSOCIATES, INC., HOUS- 
TON, TX. FILED 11-12-1987 



VIP-CORE 



FOR BOILER PERFORMANCE MONITORING SEN- 
SORS (U.S. CL. 26). 
FIRST USE 10-31-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-5-1987. 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR THE OIL AND GAS 
INDUSTRY (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 11-30-1985; IN COMMERCE 11-30-1985. 



SN 695,841. OUTBOARD MARINE CORPORATION, WAU- 
KEGAN, IL. FILED 11-16-1987. 



SN 695,186. APPLIED COLOR SYSTEMS, INC., LAWREN- 
CEVILLE, NJ. FILED 11-13-1987. 



SPECTRA-TINTER 



FOR COMPUTERIZED DISPENSERS FOR AUTOMATIC 
CUSTOM PAINT COLOR TINT MIXING (U.S. CL. 26). 
FIRST USE 8-9-1978; IN COMMERCE 12-29-1978. 



ACCUMIX R 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,456,293 AND OTHERS 
FOR LUBRICANT METERING APPARATUS AND 

PARTS THEREFOR, FOR MIXING LUBRICANT WITH 

FUEL (U.S. CL. 26). 

RRST USE 6-20-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-20-1986. 



SN 695,605. SUN GOLD ENTERPRISES, LTD., OCEAN- 
SIDE. NY. FILED 11-16-1987 



TAN-THRU 



FOR SUNGLASSES (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 10-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 10-0-1985. 



SN 696,682. HOBART BROTHERS COMPANY, TROY, OH. 
FILED 11-19-1987. 



HANDLER 



FOR PORTABLE ARC WELDING SYSTEM COMPRIS- 
ING POWER SOURCE, WIRE FEEDER WELDING, WIRE, 
AND GUN (U.S. CLS. 21, 23 AND 34). 

RRST USE 8-10-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-10-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 9— (Continued). CLASS 10— (Continued). 



TM53 



SN 696,766. FISH WORLD LURES, INC., EUFAULA, AL 
FILED 11-23-1987. 



SN 672,118. OHLSSON, BO L., GOTEBORG, SWEDEN 
FILED 9-21-1987. 




CONTOVAL 



THE STIPPLING SHOWN IN THE MARK ON THE 
DRAWING DOES NOT REPRESENT COLOR. 

FOR DEPTH FINDERS FOR USE IN SPORT FISHING 
(U.S. CL. 26). 

RRST USE 4-8-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-8-1987. 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON SWEDEN 
APPLICATION NO 86-7913, FILED 10-14-1986, REG NO 
206588, DATED 7-10-1987, EXPIRES 7-10-1997 

FOR MEDICAL DEVICE, NAMELY, A STIMULATOR 
FOR HUMAN AND VETERINARY USE ON NERVES 
AND MUSCLES (U.S. CL. 44). 



SN 697,008. ROYAL SOUND CO., INC.. EATONTOWN, NJ. 
FILED 11-23-1987. 



MEGA-SOUND 



FOR SPEAKERS FOR CAR STEREO SYSTEMS (U.S. 
CLS. 19 AND 21). 
FIRST USE 11-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 11-0-1985. 



SN 688,502. CARLSON, LEONARD G., DBA JORDENT 
BURBANK, CA. FILED 10-7-1987. 



BARRITEX 



FOR PROTECTIVE SHEATHS FOR DENTAL TOOLS 
(U.S. CL. 44). 
FIRST USE 7-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-1-1987. 



SN 697.949. GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION. DE- 
TROIT, MI. FILED 11-27-1987. 



SN 690,719. GIOVANO, INC., LOS ANGELES, CA. FILED 
10-20-1987. 




:-K-> 




FOR EYEGLASSES (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 10-31-1984; IN COMMERCE 10-31-1984. 



Caution Condoms 



^ 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CONDOMS", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR CONDOMS (U.S. CL. 44). 

FIRST USE 8-28-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-1-1987. 



CLASS 10— MEDICAL APPARATUS 



SN 695,466. ADVANCED CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEMS, 
INC., MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA. FILED 11-16-1987. 



SN 653,594. POSITRON CORPORATION, HOUSTON, TX. 
FILED 4-6-1987. 



POSICAM 



FOR MEDICAL IMAGING CAMERAS (U.S. CL. 44). 
FIRST USE 6-16-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-16-1986. 



HARTZLER MICRO XT 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,353,439 AND 1,451,994. 
FOR CORONARY BALLOON DILATATION CATH- 
ETERS (U.S. CL. 44). 
FIRST USE 7-22-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-22-1987. 



808-920 TMOG-88-6 - QL 3 



TM 54 

CLASS 10— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 11— (Continued). 



APRIL S, 1988 



SN 697,051 JOBST INSTITUTE, INC., TOLEDO, OH. 
FILED 11-23-1987. 



SN 654.013. HINKLEY LIGHTING, INC., CLEVELAND, 
OH. FILED 4-9-1987. 



YOURS TRULY 



HINKLEY LIGHTING 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,069.789. 

FOR POST-MASTECTOMY BRAS AND CAMISOLES 
(U.S. CL. 44). 
FIRST USE 7-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-9-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "LIGHTING", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

SEC. 2(F). 

FOR ELECTRICAL LIGHTING FIXTURES AND PARTS 
THEREFOR (U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 5-21-1976; IN COMMERCE 5-21-1976. 



SN 697.849. NATIONAL HEALTH PRODUCTS, INC., 
MIAMI, FL. FILED 11-27-1987. 



SN 664,868. U-LINE CORPORATION, MILWAUKEE, WI. 
FILED 6-5-1987. 



VENUS 



FOR BIRTH CONTROL DEVICES, NAMELY, PROPHY- 
LACTICS/CONDOMS (U.S. CL. 44). 
FIRST USE 10-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-0-1987. 




CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 



SN 545,141. ROTHEUDT ENTERPRISES, INC.. HOUSTON. 
TX. FILED 6-26-1985. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,272,594 AND OTHERS. 

THE DRAWING IS LINED FOR THE COLORS RED 
AND BLUE. 

FOR NON-COIN-OPERATED ICE-MAKING MACHINES. 
REFRIGERATORS, REFRIGERATED COOLERS FOR 
WINE, BEER AND OTHER BEVERAGES, AND FREEZ- 
ERS (U.S. CL. 31). 

FIRST USE 10-17-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-17-1986. 



FOR SUNTANNING ENCLOSURE COMPRISING HEAT- 
ING LAMPS. BEDS AND TIMERS (U.S. CLS. 21, 26 AND 
44). 

FIRST USE 7-5-1983; IN COMMERCE 9-17-1984. 



SN 671.406. SOLID ELECTRIC CORPORATION, RUNNE- 
MEDE, NJ. FILED 7-13-1987. 



BRITE EYE 



SN 650,670. MUNSEY PRODUCTS INC.. LITTLE ROCK, 
AR. FILED 3-23-1987. 



FOR ELECTRIC LAMPS (US CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 3-5-1986; IN COMMERCE 3-10-1986. 



CONE DE LA CREME 



SN 672.969. K-P INDUSTRIES, INC.. DETROIT. MI. FILED 
7-20-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CONE", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR ELECTRICAL WAFFLE CONE MAKER FOR DO- 
MESTIC USE (U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 2-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1987. 



TEMP-MASTER 



FOR INDUSTRIAL PLATE HEAT EXCHANGERS FOR 
LIQUIDS (U.S. CL. 34). 
FIRST USE 4-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-26-1987. 



APRIL 5. 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 11— (Continued). CLASS 11— (Continued). 



TM 55 



SN 673.255. PLASTIC ODDITIES. • INC.. SHELBY. NC. SN 687,796. ECOLOGY EQUIPMENT, INCORPORATED 
FILED 7-20-1987. PITTSBURGH, PA. FILED 10-5-1987. 



FLUSH-FIT 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,244,345 AND OTHERS. 

FOR PLUMBING FITTINGS, NAMELY. FLANGES. 
FLANGE RINGS AND FLANGE PARTS; TOILET AND 
URINE MOU>n-ING KITS COMPRISING FLANGES, GAS- 
KETS AND BOLES; SLAB RINGS; AND PARTS THERE- 
OF (U.S. CL. 13). 

FIRST USE 3-17-1978; IN COMMERCE 3-17-1978. 



SN 674,954. GTE PRODUCTS CORPORATION. STAM- 
FORD. CT. FILED 7-27-1987. 



PYROSYL 



FOR MOLECULAR BEAM EPITAXY CRUCIBLES (U.S. 
CL. 34). 
FIRST USE 3-6-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-6-1987. 



SN 684.107. MELITTA-WERKE BENTZ & SOHN KOM- 
MANDITGESELLSCHAFT. MINDEN (WESTFALEN), 
FED REP GERMANY. FILED 9-14-1987. 



TRIM 10 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "10". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR ELECTRIC COFFEEMAKERS (U.S. CL. 21). 
FIRST USE 4-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-1-1987. 




THE SHADING ON THE DRAWING IS NOT INTEND- 
ED TO INDICATE COLOR. 

THE MARK COMPRISES TWO VERTICALLY CON- 
NECTED LETTERS "E". 

FOR UNITS FOR RECLAIMING OR RECYCLING SOL- 
VENTS BY HEATING THE SAME TO EVAPORATE THE 
SOLVENT FROM THE WASTE. COLLECTING THE SOL- 
VENT. AND CONDENSING IT INTO A LIQUID (U.S. CL. 
34). 

FIRST USE 6-24-1985; IN COMMERCE 6-24-1985. 



SN 684.112. MELITTA-WERKE BENTZ & SOHN KOM- 
MANDITGESELLSCHAFT. MINDEN (WESTFALEN). 
FED REP GERMANY, FILED 9-14-1987. 



AROMACENTRE 



FOR ELECTRIC COFFEEMAKERS (U.S. CL. 21). 
FIRST USE 4-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-1-1987. 



SN 685,707. PROTO-VEST, INC.. OXFORD, MI. FILED 
9-22-1987. 



SN 688,696. AIRMONT, INC., SUFFERN. NY. FILED 
10-8-1987. 



AIRMONT WATER SYSTEMS 



THE UNTOUCHABLE 



FOR CARWASH UNITS FOR DRYING AND REMOV- 
ING WATER AND OTHER LIQUIDS FROM THE SUR- 
FACE OF A VEHICLE AFTER WASHING (U.S. CLS. 23 
AND 34). 

FIRST USE 7-15-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-15-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "WATER SYSTEMS". APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR MAGNETIC WATER PURIFICATION UNITS FOR 
COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL USE (U.S. CL. 31). 

FIRST USE 7-3-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-3-1987. 



TM 56 

CLASS 11— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 11— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 691,135. CALEB MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT, INC., SN 694,847. BOWSMITH, INC., EXETER, CA. RLED 
PHILADELPHIA, PA FILED 10-22-1987. 11-12-1987. 



TRU-FLO 




FOR DRIP IRRIGATION EMITTERS (U.S. CL. 13). 
FIRST USE 10-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-1-1986. 



SN 695,701. FEDERAL SIGNAL CORPORATION, DBA 
FEDERAL CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS, OAK 
BROOK, IL. FILED 11-16-1987. 



FOR HEAT SEALING. SHRINKING AND BAGGING 
UNrrS FOR COMMERCIAL USE (U.S. CL. 34). 
FIRST USE 8-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1986. 



NIGHTBUSTER 



FOR FLOODLIGHT MOUNTED ON AN ELEVATED 
TOWER FOR ILLUMINATING CONSTRUCTION SITES 
AND THE LIKE (U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 12-2-1986; IN COMMERCE 12-2-1986. 



SN 691,498. CORNELIUS COMPANY, THE, ANOKA, MN. 
HLED 10-23-1987. 



AURORA 



SN 696,787. NULCO MFG. CORP., 
FILED 11-23-1987. 



PAWTUCKET, RI. 



FOR REFRIGERATED BEVERAGE DISPENSERS (U.S. 
CL. 31). 
FIRST USE 10-12-1984; IN COMMERCE 10-12-1984. 



SN 693,569. WEAREVER-PROCTORSILEX, INC., GLEN 
ALLEN, VA. FILED 11-3-1987. 



POPCORN PUMPER 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "POPCORN", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR ELECTRIC DOMESTIC CORN POPPER (U.S. CL. 
21). 

RRST USE 4-29-1978; IN COMMERCE 4-29-1978. 



EPOCH 



FOR ELECTRIC LIGHTING FIXTURES (U.S. CL. 21). 
FIRST USE 1-10-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-10-1987. 



SN 697,628. GANEAUX INDUSTRIES, INC., SEBRING. OH. 
FILED 11-25-1987 



TRU-STREAM 



FOR BOOSTER FANS FOR HOME HEATING AND 
COOLING UNITS, THRU-THE-WALL FANS (U.S. CL. 34). 
FIRST USE 8-27-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-27-1987. 



SN 693,815. ALCO STANDARD CORPORATION, VALLEY 
FORGE. PA. FILED 11-5-1987. 



AUTO-FILL 



FOR REFRIGERATED SOFT DRINK DISPENSING 
UNITS, VALVES THEREFOR, AND PARTS THEREOF 
(U.S. CL. 31). 

FIRST USE 10-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 10-0-1985. 



SN 700,237. CONAIR CORPORATION, STAMFORD. CT. 
FILED 12-9-1987. 



CONAIR 



OWNER OF U.S. REG NOS. 994,007, 1,405,759 AND 
OTHERS. 

FOR ELECTRIC HOT AIR PAINT STRIPPERS AND IN- 
FRARED OUTDOOR LIGHTS FOR THE HOME (U.S. CLS. 
21 AND 34). 

FIRST USE 11-18-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-18-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 12-VEHICLES CLASS 12-(Continued). 



TM 57 



SN 623,805 SAAVEDRA, TERENCIO MONTEVERDE. SN 639,516. PAUL BARROW CO., INC, DBA BARROW 
MONTERREY, MEXICO, FILED 10-1-1986. AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS, CANTON MA FILED 

1-12-1987. 




MONTEVERDE 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON MEXICO 
APPLICATION NO. 10542, FILED 6-13-1986, REG. NO. 
319784, DATED 6-13-1986, EXPIRES 6-13-1991. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE THE REPRESENTATION OF AN AUTOMOTIVE RA- 
DIATOR, APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

THE LINING SHOWN IN THE MARK IS A FEATURE 
OF THE MARK AND DOES NOT INDICATE COLOR 

FOR CAR RADIATORS (U.S. CLS. 19 AND 31). 



SN 632,174. MARIN MOUNTAIN BIKES. INC.. SAN AN- 
SELMO, CA. FILED 11-24-1986. 



MARIN 



FOR BICYCLES (U.S. CL. 19). 

FIRST USE 7-22-1986; IN COMMERCE 7-22-1986. 



SN 634,326. MARAUDER TRAVELERS, 
USA. IN. FILED 12-8-1986. 



INC., WAKAR- 



ALPINE 




THE MARK CONSISTS OF A FANCIFUL REPRESEN- 
TATION OF AN OLD AUTOMOBILE BEING TRANS- 
FORMED INTO A NEW AUTOMOBILE. 

FOR AUTOMOBILE SEAT COVERS, AUTOMOBILE 
CONVERTIBLE TOPS, AUTOMOBILE CARPETS, AND 
AUTOMOBILE FLOOR PADS (U.S. CL. 19). 

FIRST USE 7-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 7-1-1986 



SN 649,475. APA MANAGEMENT GROUP, MISSION. KS 
FILED 3-16-1987. 



QUALITY AUTOMOTIVE 
PRODUCTS QAP 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,294,141. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "QUALITY AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS", APART 
FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR AUTOMOBILE PARTS-NAMELY, AIR FILTERS, 
BRAKES AND BRAKE PARTS, BEARINGS, CHASSIS AS- 
SEMBLIES AND PARTS THEREFOR, FUEL FILTERS, 
FUEL PUMPS, HOSES AND BELTS, HOSE CLAMPS, 
MOTOR MOUNTS, OIL FILTERS, SHOCK ABSORBERS, 
U-JOINTS, WATER PUMPS AND WIPER BLADES (U.S. 
CLS. 19,23, 31 AND 35). 

FIRST USE 2-20-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-20-1987. 



SN 651,761. THUNDERBIRD PRODUCTS CORPORATION, 
DECATUR, IN. FILED 3-26-1987. 




THE MARK CONSISTS OF THE WORD "ALPINE" AND 
A STYLIZED TREE DESIGN. 

FOR RECREATIONAL VEHICLES, NAMELY TRAVEL 
TRAILERS (U.S. CL. 19). 

FIRST USE 3-17-1986; IN COMMERCE 3-17-1986. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1.072,195. 
THE DRAWING IS LINED FOR THE COLOR SILVER. 
FOR MARINE CRAFT, NAMELY POWERBOATS (U.S. 
CL. 19). 
FIRST USE 12-0-1971; IN COMMERCE 12-0-1971. 



TM 58 

CLASS 12— (ConHnued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 12— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 654,738. SKOOTER-BOARD CANADA INC., TORONTO, 
ONTARIO, CANADA. FILED 4-13-1987. 



SN 666,153. MID-U.S.A. CYCLE PARTS, INC., ST. LOUIS, 
MO. FILED 6-12-1987. 



SKOOTER-BOARD 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON CANADA 
APPLICATION NO. 571848, FILED 10-28-1986, REG NO. 
335899, DATED 12-30-1987, EXPIRES 12-31-2002. 

FOR MANUALLY PROPELLED SCOOTERS (U.S. CL. 
19). 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "MID USA" AND THE REPRESENTATION OF MO- 
TORCYCLE PARTS, APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR MOTORCYCLE CLUTCHES AND MOTORCYCLE 
CLUTCH SPRINGS (U.S. CLS. 19, 23 AND 35). 

FIRST USE 12-15-1986; IN COMMERCE 1-17-1987. 



SN 663,755. BAYERISCHE MOTOREN WERKE AKTIEN- 
GESELLSCHAFT. MUNICH, FED REP GERMANY, 
FILED 6-1-1987 



SN 669,265. CMI CORPORATION, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK. 
FILED 6-29-1987. 



BMW M Power 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "POWER". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN 

FOR AUTOMOBILES. ENGINES FOR AUTOMOBILES 
AND STRUCTURAL PARTS THEREOF (U.S. CLS. 19 AND 
23). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1979; IN COMMERCE 11-0-1986. 



LOAD KING 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 532,301. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "LOAD", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR AUTOMOTIVE, TRUCK AND SEMITRAILER 
BODIES (U.S. CL. 19). 

FIRST USE 1-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1985. 



SN 665,751. V-MASTER, INC., AMERICUS, GA. FILED 

6-10-1987. 




SN 674,283. YU, KENNETH KWON CHUL, FULLERTON, 
CA. FILED 7-24-1987. 



SKI SKOOTER 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SKOOTER", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR SCOOTERS (U.S. CL. 19). 

FIRST USE 10-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-1-1986. 



SN 674,570. RONDURE. INC., GARDENA, CA. FILED 
7-27-1987. 



ASTRA-VIEW 



FOR BOATS (U.S. CL. 19). 

FIRST USE 1-10-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-30-1987. 



FOR AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLE SUNROOF (U.S. CL. 19). 
FIRST USE 3-1-1977; IN COMMERCE 9-28-1978. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 12— (Continued). CLASS 12— (Continued). 



TM 59 



SN 674,881. RONDURE, INC., GARDENA, CA. FILED SN 692,360. ROADWAY CYCLE COMPANY, INC . SOMER- 
7-27-1987. SET, NJ. FILED 10-29-1987. 

1 

ASTRA II- VIEW 



FOR AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLE SUNROOF (U.S. CL. 19). 
FIRST USE 9-28-1978; IN COMMERCE 9-28-1978. 



SN 675,130. TOSHOKU AMERICA, INC., NEW YORK, NY. 
FILED 7-29-1987. 



PULSAR 



FOR BICYCLES (U.S. CL. 19). 

FIRST USE 1-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1987. 




SN 689,007. YOKOHAMA RUBBER CO., LTD., THE, 
MINATO-KU, TOKYO, JAPAN, FILED 10-13-1987. 



FLEXPAN 



THE DRAWING IS LINED FOR THE COLORS BLUE 
AND RED. 

THE MARK CONSISTS OF A STYLIZED LETTER "R" 
LOGO. 

FOR BICYCLES (U.S. CL. 19). 

FIRST USE 1-21-1983; IN COMMERCE 1-21-1983. 



OWNER OF JAPAN REG. NO. 1599527, DATED 
6-30-1983, EXPIRES 6-30-1993. 
FOR TIRES FOR VEHICLE WHEELS (U.S. CL. 35). 



SN 691,082. KUSTOM KONCEPTS, INC., LOUISVILLE, KY. 
FILED 10-22-1987. 



KUSTOM KONCEPTS 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "KUSTOM", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR CUSTOMIZED VANS AND TRAILERS (U.S. CL. 
19) 

FIRST USE 7-27-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-28-1987. 



SN 692,450. AUTOTRON PRODUCTS, INC., LONGMONT, 
CO. FILED 10-29-1987. 



MUSTACHE SHIELD 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SHIELD", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR VEHICLE BUG AND GRAVEL SHIELDS (U.S. CL. 
19). 

FIRST USE 9-17-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-17-1987. 



SN 691,227. FEATHERCRAFT PRODUCTS LTD., VAN- 
COUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA, FILED 

12-21-1987. 



FEATHERCRAFT 



FOR FOLDABLE KAYAKS AND FOLDABLE RUD- 
DERS FOR KAYAKS (U.S. CL. 19). 
FIRST USE 7-8-1983; IN COMMERCE 11-8-1983. 



SN 694,097. HEDSTROM CORPORATION, BEDFORD, PA. 
FILED 11-4-1987. 



RADICAL ZONE 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "RADICAL", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR CHILDREN'S SCOOTERS (U.S. CLS. 19 AND 22). 

FIRST USE 9-16-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-16-1987. 



TM60 

CLASS 12— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 12 — (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 694,098. HEDSTROM CORPORATION, BEDFORD, PA. SN 696,311. LERUN INDUSTRIES, INC.. SOUTHFIELD, MI. 
FILED 11-4-1987. FILED 11-19-1987. 



ILLUSION 



FOR CHILDREN'S BICYCLES (U.S. CL. 19). 
FIRST USE 9-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-24-1987. 



licBittn 



SN 694,106. BARAGA PRODUCTS, INC., BARABA, MI. 
FILED 11-6-1987. 



FOR VELOCIPEDES (U.S. CL. 19). 

FIRST USE 9-23-4987; IN COMMERCE 9-23-1987. 



SQUARE SHOOTER 



SN 696,331. PRODUCTS FINISHING CORPORATION, 
BROOKLYN, NY. FILED 11-19-1987. 



FOR VEHICLES, NAMELY, HEAVY-DUTY LIFT 
TRUCKS (U.S. CLS. 19 AND 23). 
FIRST USE 4-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1987. 



BACK SAVER 



FOR COLLAPSIBLE CARTS FOR CARRYING LUG- 
GAGE AND OTHER GOODS (U.S. CL. 19). 

FIRST USE 11-4-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-4-1987. 



SN 694,113. HEDSTROM CORPORATION, BEDFORD, PA. 
FILED 11-4-1987. 



JAZZED 



FOR CHILDREN'S BICYCLES (U.S. CL. 19). 
FIRST USE 8-27-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-27-1987. 



SN 696,448. LERUN INDUSTRIES, INC., SOUTHFIELD, MI. 
FILED 11-19-1987. 



THE RAGE HAS HIT 
AMERICA 



FOR VELOCIPEDES (U.S. CL. 19). 

FIRST USE 9-23-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-23-1987. 



SN 69S,442. A. LAKIN & SONS, CHICAGO, IL. FILED 
11-16-1987. 



NU-MOULD 



FOR TIRES FOR VEHICLES (U.S. CL. 19). 
FIRST USE 9-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 9-0-1985. 



SN 696,548. NEWCOMER INDUSTRIES. INC., GOSHEN, 
IN. RLED 11-20-1987. 



OMEGA 



FOR 5TH WHEEL TRAILERS AND TRAVEL TRAIL- 
ERS (U.S. CL. 19). 

FIRST USE 10-28-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-28-1987. 



SN 695,610 BOONE, DAVID, DBA MONOCOQUE WHEEL 

COMPANY. SANTEE. CA. FILED 11-16-1987. SN 6%,552. TRAILER TRAIN COMPANY, CHICAGO, IL. 

FILED 11-20-1987 



PRO STAR 



LONG RUNNER 



FOR AUTOMOTIVE RACING WHEELS (U.S. CL. 19). FOR RAILROAD CARS (U.S. CL. 19). 

RRST USE 3-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 3-0-1985. RRST USE 6-6-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-6-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 12— (Continued). CLASS 12— (Continued). 



TM61 



SN 696,554. NEWCOMER INDUSTRIES, INC.. GOSHEN, SN 697,308. BEACHCRAFT POWER BOATS. INC MIAMI 
IN. FILED 11-20-1987. FL. FILED 11-23-1987. 



TRAVEL VILLA 



BEACHCRAFT 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "TRAVEL", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR 5TH WHEEL TRAILERS, TRAVEL TRAILERS, 
AND TRUCK CAMPERS (U.S. CL. 19). 

FIRST USE 1-28-1983; IN COMMERCE 1-28-1983. 



FOR POWER BOATS (U.S. CL. 19), 

FIRST USE 6-28-1984; IN COMMERCE 6-28-1984. 



SN 697,794. CUSHIONITE, INC., BLACKWOOD, NJ. FILED 
11-27-1987. 



SN 696,817. UNIQUE CONVERSIONS, INC., MANSFIELD, 
TX. FILED 11-23-1987. 



RECYCLE-RITE 



OUTRIDER 



FOR WHEELED TRASH TOTERS (U.S. CL. 19). 
FIRST USE 10-15-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-15-1987. 



FOR VAN AND TRUCK CONVERSIONS (U.S. CL. 19). 
FIRST USE 9-25-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-25-1987. 



SN 698,971. NISSAN JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI KAISHA, TA 
NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD., YOKOHAMA-SHI, KAN- 
AGAWA-KEN, JAPAN, FILED 12-4-1987. 



SN 697,031. FIRESTONE TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY, 
THE, AKRON, OH. FILED 11-23-1987. 



AXXESS 



GUM DIPPED 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 236,060 AND OTHERS. 

SEC. 2(F). 

FOR VEHICLE TIRES (U.S. CL. 35). 

FIRST USE 7-1-1924; IN COMMERCE 7-1-1924. 



SN 697,053. FIRESTONE TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY. 
THE, AKRON, OH. FILED 11-23-1987. 



T545 RADIAL 



FOR AUTOMOBILES AND STRUCTURAL PARTS 
THEREFOR (U.S. CL. 19). 

FIRST USE 11-11-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-11-1987. 



SN 699,525. WESTERN STATES IMPORT CO., INC., NEW- 
BURY PARK, CA. FILED 12-7-1987. 



TOPANGA 



FOR BICYCLES (U.S. CL. 19). 

FIRST USE 10-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-9-1987. 



UsT'^DIAL", APrRV™S^\HE''MARrAs's.^^^^ ^^ ^ .565 , FORD MOTOR COMPANY, DEARBORN, MI. 

FOR VEHICLE TIRES (U.S. CL. 35). FILED 12-7-1987. 
FIRST USE 10-29-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-29-1987. 

■ ECONOLINE 



SN 697.248. DONALDSON COMPANY, INC.. MINNEAPO- „f^^ VANS AND THEIR STRUCTURAL PARTS (U.S. 

LIS, MN. FILED 11-23-1987. ^ "L 

FIRST USE 9-0-1960; IN COMMERCE 9-0-1960. 



DURALIFE 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 637,442 AND 673,514. 
FOR LUBE OIL FILTERS FOR LAND VEHICLE EN- 
GINES (U.S. CLS. 19 AND 31). 
FIRST USE 8-28-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-28-1987. 



SN 699.688. FIRESTONE TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY, 
THE, AKRON, OH. FILED 12-3-1987. 



F-630 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,416,552. 
FOR VEHICLE TIRES (U.S. CL. 35). 
FIRST USE 11-3-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-3-1987. 



TM62 

CLASS 13— HREARMS 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 14— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 6S7,I2S. FABRICA DE MECHAS S.A.. LIMA. PERU. 
RLED 4-24-1987. 



/W¥l 



EXPLOSIVOS 



OWNER OF PERU REG. NO. 59771. DATED 12-4-1985. 
EXPIRES 12-5-1990. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "EXPLOSIVOS", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE WORD "EX- 
PLOSIVOS" IN THE MARK IS "EXPLOSIVES" 

FOR EXPLOSIVES AND DETONATING DEVICES 
NAMELY. FUSES OR SAFETY FUSES. FUSE OR DETO- 
NATING CORD, IGNITION FUSES, SPARK FUSES, CUR- 
RENT OR ELECTRIC DETONATORS, DELAYERS, CON- 
NECTORS, AND BLACK POWDER (U.S. CL. 9). 



SN 670,915. MARR. JEAN A., DBA MYSTICRYSTALS. 
KERNERSVILLE, NC. AND BONEBREAK. KEVIN J.. 
DBA MYSTICRYSTALS, KERNERSVILLE, NC. FILED 

7-6-1987. 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CRYSTALS", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR GEMTREES, NAMELY, STATUARY IN THE 
FORM OF TREES COMPRISED OF CRAFTWIRE, 
QUARTZ, CRYSTAL AND POLISHED GEMSTONES, 
JEWELRY, GEMSTONES AND NATURAL CRYSTALS 
FOR JEWELRY (U.S. CL. 28). 

FIRST USE 2-26-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-21-1986. 



SN 659,700. WILHELM BRENNEKE KG FABRIKATION 
VON JAGDGESCHOSSEN, AKA WILHELM BREN- 
NEKE KG, LANGENHAGEN, FED REP GERMANY, 
FILED 5-8-1987. 



SN 679,356. AREZZO GOLD & SILVER JEWELRY 
CENTER. INC.. NEW YORK. NY. FILED 8-19-1987. 




AGSJ 



FOR JEWELRY (U.S. CL. 28). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1984; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1984. 



OWNER OF FED REP GERMANY REG. NO. 1088882, 
DATED 3-10-1986, EXPIRES 6-22-1994. 

OWNER OF U.S. REG NOS. 727,867 AND 1.030,741. 

FOR HREARMS AND SHOTGUNS AND SLUGS AND 
CARTRIDGES FOR HUNTING PURPOSES (U.S. CL. 9). 



SN 680,146. BRAUN AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT, FRANK- 
FURT AM MAIN, FED REP GERMANY. FILED 

8-24-1987. 



BRAUN REFLEX 



CLASS 14— JEWELRY 



SN 636.572. MANFRA. TORDELLA & BROOKES. INC., 
NEW YORK. NY. FILED 12-22-1986. 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC 44(D) ON FED REP 
GERMANY APPLICATION NO. B81229/14WZ, FILED 
3-2-1987, REG. NO. 1107351. DATED 6-15-1987, EXPIRES 
3-2-1997. 

FOR ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC ALARM CLOCKS 
(U.S. CL. 27). 



LIBERTY TRADE BRONZE 



SN 680,243. MOVADO WATCH CORPORATION, 
YORK. NY. FILED 8-24-1987. 



NEW 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "BRONZE", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR MEDALS, TOKENS, BARS, INGOTS. MEDAL- 
LIONS. OTHER NUMISMATIC ITEMS MADE OF 
BRONZE; AND JEWELRY (U.S. CL 28). 

FIRST USE 12-0-1984; IN COMMERCE 12-8-1985. 



HERITAGE 



FOR WATCHES (U.S. CL. 27). 

FIRST USE 7-21-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-21-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM63 



CLASS 14— (Continued). 



CLASS 14— (Continued). 



SN 681,638. JUDA, ROBERT GEORGE. KK 'S-HERTOSEN- SN 696,751. GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION, DE- 
BOSCH. NETHERLANDS, FILED 8-31-1987. TROIT. MI. FILED 11-23-1987. 



M-CLOCK 



OWNER OF NETHERLANDS REG. NO. 401775, DATED 
7-27-1984, EXPIRES 7-17-1994. 
FOR CLOCKS (U.S. CL. 27). 



CORVETTE 



FOR JEWELRY; NAMELY, QUARTZ WATCHES (U.S. 
CLS. 27 AND 28). 

FIRST USE 7-27-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-27-1987. 



SN 685,967. ELECTRO-TIME CORP., NEW YORK, NY. 
FILED 9-24-1987. 



JEANNIE EDMOND 



THE NAME "JEANNIE EDMOND" IS FANCIFUL, AND 
NOT THE NAME OF ANY PARTICULAR LIVING INDI- 
VIDUAL. 

FOR JEWELRY (U.S. CL. 28). 

FIRST USE 1-0-1977; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1977. 



SN 691,475. M-(-J SAVITT. INC.. NEW YORK, NY. FILED 
10-23-1987. 




M+J SJWITY 



SN 697,952. GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION, DE- 
TROIT, MI. FILED 11-27-1987. 




FOR JEWELRY; NAMELY QUARTZ WATCHES AND 
GOLD RINGS (U.S. CLS. 27 AND 28). 
FIRST USE 7-27-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-27-1987. 



CLASS 15— MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

SN 690,145. VIDEO TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRIES. INC., 
NORTHBROOK, IL. FILED 10-19-1987. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,057,517. 

FOR JEWELRY MADE OF PRECIOUS METALS, AND 
JEWELRY WITH PRECIOUS STONES (U.S. CL. 28). 
FIRST USE 3-0-1984; IN COMMERCE 5-0-1984. 



SN 696,362. E. GLUCK CORPORATION, LONG ISLAND, 
NY. FILED 11-19-1987. 



PRO ALL SPORT 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,355,252. 

FOR WATCHES (U.S. CL. 27). 

FIRST USE 5-11-1983; IN COMMERCE 5-11-1983. 



fM^ 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,375,561 AND 1,432,070. 

THE MARK CONSISTS OF A FANCIFUL DEPICTION 
OF "VTECH". 

FOR ELECTRONIC MUSICAL KEYBOARDS (U.S. CL. 
36). 

FIRST USE 7-7-1986; IN COMMERCE 7-7-1986. 



TM64 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 



SN 638.686. PEROLA PARTY GOODS, 
VILLa FL. FILED 1-7-1987. 



INC.. JACKSON- 



F 



erola, 
ARTY GOODS 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE •GOODS", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN, 

FOR PAPER DECORATIONS, NAMELY, TISSUE 
PAPER GARLAND AND ORNAMENTS. CREPE PAPER 
STREAMERS (U.S. CLS. 37 AND 50). 

FIRST USE 12-20-1985; IN COMMERCE 4-9-1986. 



CLASS 16— (Continued). 



SN 654.806. LOUIS L E I T Z KG. STUTTGART. FED REP 
GERMANY. FILED 4- 1 3-1987. 



ttm 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 733,064 AND 733,786. 

SEC. 2(F). 

FOR OFFICE PRODUCTS AND SUPPLIES, NAMELY 
WRITING STATIONERY, STATIONERY CABINETS, FILE 
BOXES FOR STORAGE OF PERSONAL AND BUSINESS 
RECORDS, FOLDER AND DESK FILES, FILE INDEXES, 
INDEX CARDS, RING BINDERS. REGISTERING DE- 
VICES, NAMELY SUSPENDED FILES. PENDULUM 
FILES, HANGING GUIDE CARDS AND CLIPS FOR 
INDEX CARDS, PUNCHES AND PERFORATORS, FILING 
CONTAINERS AND FOLDERS AND DOCUMENT CASES, 
ALBUMS. PANELS. RING BINDERS. SLEEVES. AND 
POCKETS (U.S. CLS. 23, 32, 37 AND 38). 

FIRST USE 5-0-1973; IN COMMERCE 5-0-1973. 



SN 647.105. SOSLAND PUBLISHING COMPANY. MER- 
RIAM, KS. FILED 3-2-1987. 



SN 655,382. PACIHC TELESIS GROUP, SAN FRANCISCO, 
CA. FILED 4-15-1987. 



MILLING & BAKING NEWS 



PROGRESS INTELLIGENTLY 
PLANNED 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "NEWS", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
SEC. 2(F). 

FOR MAGAZINE (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 3-7-1922; IN COMMERCE 3-7-1922. 



FOR PRINTS AND PUBLICATIONS, NAMELY RESI- 
DENTIAL AND BUSINESS DIRECTORIES, CONSUMER 
GUIDES, INFORMATIONAL PAMPHLETS, COMPUTER 
SOFTWARE USE MANUALS, MAGAZINES AND EDUCA- 
TIONAL BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS IN TELECOMMUNI- 
CATIONS SKILLS AND THE USE OF TELECOMMUNI- 
CATION EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 8-5-1983; IN COMMERCE 8-5-1983. 



SN 649,757. GTE DIRECTORIES CORPORATION, STAM- 
FORD. CT. nLED 3-12-1987. 



THE BEST BOOK IN TOWN 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "BEST BOOK". APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN 

FOR TELEPHONE DIRECTORIES (U.S. CL. 38). 

RRST USE 3-9-1986; IN COMMERCE 3-9-1986. 



SN 656.106. FARM PRESS PUBLICATIONS. INC., CLARKS- 
DALE, MS. FILED 4-20-1987. 



DELTA AGRICULTURAL 
DIGEST 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "AGRICULTURAL DIGEST", APART FROM THE 
MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR ANNUAL BOOK SERVING AS A REFERENCE 
CONCERNING THE PRODUCTS AND PRACTICES REC- 
OMMENDED IN THE PRODUCTION OF MAJOR CROPS 
GROWN IN THE MID-SOUTH AREA OF THE UNITED 
STATES (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE a-O-1971; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1971. 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM65 



CLASS 16— (Continued). 

SN 658,272. TRIMARK MOULDED PRODUCTS INCORPO- 
RATED, ST. LAURENT, QUEBEC, CANADA. FILED 
5-1-1987. 



CLASS 16— (Continued). 



SN 660.358. PROMOTORA DE ARTES GRAFICAS, 
PAGSA. PAMPLONA. SPAIN. FILED 4-13-1987. 



S.A. 



VIDEOTRAK 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON CANADA 
APPLICATION NO. 572259. FILED 11-4-1986. REG. NO. 
333365. DATED 10-23-1987, EXPIRES 10-23-2007. 

FOR VIDEO LIBRARY INDEX BOOK (U.S. CL. 38). 



SN 658,809. INTERNATIONAL THOMSON INDUSTRIAL 
PRESS, INC.. SOLON. OH. FILED 5-4-1987. 



Tooling& 
Production 



SEC. 2(F). 

FOR PRINTED MATTER. SPECIFICALLY A MONTH- 
LY MAGAZINE DEALING WITH METALWORKING. 
MANUFACTURING EQUIPMENT AND PROCESS (U.S. 
CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 1-0-1957; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1957. 



^A 



FOR WRITING PAPER, DIARIES. NOTE PADS. FILE 
FOLDERS. RING BINDERS, POSTERS, NOTEBOOKS, 
STATIONERY TYPE PORTFOLIOS, PAPER CASES, 
LETTER FILES, PENCIL HOLDERS, WRAPPING PAPER, 
POSTCARDS, GREETING CARDS, LEARNING CARDS, 
GLOBES, STORY BOOKS, COLORING BOOKS, PLAYING 
CARDS, MAPS, TOURIST GUIDES AND CALENDARS 
(U.S. CLS. 26, 37 AND 38). 

FIRST USE 3-15-1973; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1986. 



SN 659,497. MEYERS LIST, INC.. THE, OYSTER BAY, NY. 
FILED 5-7-1987. 



KEEP THE FAITH 



SN 660,801. SMITH, GRETCHEN JAEGER. DBA PA- 
TIENCE & PURITY PATTERN CO., GOFFSTOWN, NH. 
FILED 5-14-1987. 



FOR CARTOON STRIPS APPEARING IN SYNDICATED 
PUBLICATIONS (U.S. CL. 38) 
FIRST USE 4-10-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-10-1987. 



SN 659,797. BILLBOARD PUBLICATIONS, INC., NEW 
YORK, NY. FILED 5-8-1987. 




QATIEJ^CE & PUQirr 



TOP POP 



SEC. 2(F). 

FOR RECORD POPULARITY CHART, ISSUED PERI- 
ODICALLY (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 1-5-1985; IN COMMERCE 1-5-1985. 



FOR DRESSMAKER'S SEWING PATTERNS (U.S. CL. 
26). 
FIRST USE 10-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-1-1986. 



TM66 

CLASS 16— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 16— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 661,055. D W. RYCKMAN A ASSOCIATES, INC, AKA SN 669,101. DEERE & COMPANY, MOLINE, IL. RLED 
REACT AND AKA RYCKMAN'S EMERGENCY 6-29-1987. 

ACTION St. CONSULTING TEAM. ST. LOUIS, MO. 
FILED 5-15-1987. 




Merchaiidiser 



SEC. 2(F). 

FOR COMPANY NEWSLETTER DISTRIBUTED TO 
FRANCHISED DEALERS IN ITS PRODUCTS (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 0-0-1981; IN COMMERCE 0-O-1981. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,066,989. 

FOR PUBLICATIONS, NAMELY, INFORMATIONAL 
FLYERS, BULLETINS, PAMPHLETS AND NEWSLET- 
TERS ISSUED FROM TIME TO TIME RELATING TO EN- 
VIRONMENTAL, HAZARDOUS MATERIAL AND POL- 
LUTION CONTROL NEWS (U.S. CL. 38). 

HRST USE 9-17-1976; IN COMMERCE 9-17-1976. 



SN 669,572. NATIONAL VIDEO CLEARINGHOUSE, INC.. 
SYOSSET, NY. FILED 7-1-1987. 



SN 664,908. AXON COMMUNICATIONS, INC., FORT 
WASHINGTON, PA. FILED 6-5-1987. 



HUMAN RESOURCE 
EXECUTIVE 



SEC. 2(F) 

FOR PRINTED PUBLICATIONS, NAMELY, ADMINIS- 
TRATIVE TRADE MAGAZINE PUBLISHED PERIODI- 
CALLY (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 11-15-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-15-1986. 



TV FACTS FIGURES & 
FILM 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "TV", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

SEC. 2(F) AS TO THE WORDS "FACTS FIGURES & 
FILM". 

FOR PERIODICALLY PUBLISHED MAGAZINES CON- 
TAINING INFORMATION ABOUT SYNDICATED TELE- 
VISION PROGRAMMING (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 12-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 12-0-1986. 



SN 666,785. CES/COMPU'TECH. 
STEAD. NY. FILED 6-15-1987. 



INC.. WEST HEMP- 



CES/COMPU*TECH 



SN 670.973. GARDNER PUBLICATIONS INC., CINCIN- 
NATI. OH. FILED 7-9-1987 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1.342.262. 

FOR BOOKS AND INSTRUCTION MANUALS IN THE 
FIELD OF COMPUTER EDUCATION (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 8-18-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-18-1986. 



MODERN MACHINE SHOP 
NC/CIM GUIDEBOOK 



SN 668.510. ONE-RIGHT SYSTEMS. INC.. 
HLED 6-25-1987. 



LEWISTON. ME 



EXECU-RIGHT 



FOR PEGBOARD ONE-WRITE ACCOUNTING SYSTEM 
COMPRISING CHECKS. ENVELOPES, LEDGERS AND 
JOURNALS (U.S. CLS. 37 AND 38). 

RRST USE 9-5-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-5-1986. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 509,924, 909.150 AND 
1.032,991. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "NC/CIM GUIDEBOOK", APART FROM THE MARK 
AS SHOWN. 

SEC. 2(F) AS TO THE WORDS "MODERN MACHINE 
SHOP". 

FOR MACHINE SHOP MANUALS PRODUCED ANNU- 
ALLY (U.S. CL. 38). 

RRST USE 1-12-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-19-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 16— (Continued). CLASS 16— (Continued). 



TM67 



SN 671,102. TECHNOLOGY LITIGATION CONSULTANTS, SN 672,279. CHESTER-KENT, INCORPORATED, DBA 
MORGAN HILL, CA. FILED 7-10-1987. LLEWELLYN PUBLICATIONS, ST. PAUL. MN. FILED 

, 7-15-1987. 



ComputerBriefs 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "COMPUTER". APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN 

FOR NEWSLETTER (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 5-8-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-8-1987. 




SN 671,689. AMERICAN GREETINGS CORPORATION, 
CLEVELAND. OH. FILED 7-13-1987. 



FOR PRINTED MATTER. NAMELY, BOOKS, CATA- 
LOGS, AND MAGAZINES CONCERNING THE TOPICS 
OF THE OCCULT AND NEW AGE SCIENCES (U.S. CL. 
38). 

FIRST USE 1-0-1970; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1970. 






SN 672,932. BOND INVESTORS ASSOCIATION, INC., DBA 
BIA, MIAMI LAKES. FL. FILED 7-20-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "ORIGINAL" AND "FUNNY STUDIO CARDS", 
APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR GREETING CARDS (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 6-3-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-3-1987. 



SN 672.111. CONFON AG. RHEINECK. SWITZERLAND. 
FILED 7-15-1987. 



*-■ 




arlac regis 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON SWIT- 
ZERLAND APPLICATION NO. 352981, FILED 2-10-1987, 
REG. NO. 352981, DATED 6-9-1987, EXPIRES 6-9-2007. 

OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,189,249. 

FOR MECHANICALLY ACTUATED TELEPHONE-. AD- 
DRESS- AND NOTE INDEXES (U.S. CL. 37). 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "BOND INVESTORS ASSOCIATION", APART FROM 
THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

THE STIPPLING IN THE DRAWING IS FOR SHADING 
PURPOSES ONLY. 

FOR NEWSLETTER PUBLISHED PERIODICALLY (U.S. 
CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 11-1-1984; IN COMMERCE 11-1-1984. 



TM68 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 16— (Continued). 



CLASS 16 — (Continued). 



SN 674,029. TRUSTEES OF JAMES DEAN FOUNDATION, SN 679,100. MAVETY MEDIA GROUP LTD., NEW YORK, 
INDIANAPOLIS, IN. FILED 7-21-1987. NY. FILED 8-17-1987. 



JAMES DEAN 



PINK 



FOR PAPER ARTICLES - NAMELY, POSTERS, CALEN- 
DARS, NOTEBOOKS, AND POST CARDS (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 11-1-1984; IN COMMERCE 11-1-1984. 



FOR ENTERTAINMENT MAGAZINES (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 8-3-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-3-1987. 



SN 674,197. AETNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, HART- 
FORD, CT. FILED 7-24-1987. 



SN 679,412. PESNELL, GARY D., DBA LOVE ART COM- 
PANY, DENVILLE, NJ. FILED 8-19-1987. 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "REPORT', APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR HOUSE ORGANS DEALING WITH THE DEVEL- 
OPMENT OF A COMPUTER SYSTEM (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 3-13-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-23-1987. 




SN 674,936. GTE DIRECTORIES CORPORATION, STAM- 
FORD. CT. FILED 7-27-1987. 



COMMUNITY ACCESS 
MAGAZINE 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "MAGAZINE", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR TRAVEL AND TOURIST INFORMATION MAGA- 
ZINE (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 4-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1987. 



FOR WALL HANGINGS, NAMELY, PICTURES, POST- 
ERS AND ART PRINTS (U.S. CL. 32). 
FIRST USE 6-25-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-25-1987. 



SN 679,678. NEET-A-PAK PRODUCTS, JAMAICA, NY. 
FILED 8-19-1987. 



DRAPE-A-SHOULDER 



SN 677,919. GILBERT, MICHAEL T., EUGENE, OR. FILED 
8-14-1987. 



FOR HANGER SHOULDER COVERS MADE OF CARD- 
BOARD (U.S. CL. 37). 
nRST USE 4-27-l%5; IN COMMERCE 4-27-1965. 




SN 679,805. I CAN, INC., NEW BERLIN, WI. FILED 
8-21-1987. 



VALIDATION CARDS 



"DOC STERN" IS NOT THE NAME OF A PARTICULAR 
LIVING INDIVIDUAL. 
FOR COMIC MAGAZINES (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 10-31-1983: IN COMMERCE 8-4-1984. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CARDS", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR GREETING CARDS (US. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 3-1 1-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-25-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 16— (Continued). CLASS 16— (Continued). 



TM69 



SN 680,909. MISS MOM INCORPORATED, MOAB, UT. 
FILED 8-27-1987. 



SN 687,769. SCHOLASTIC BOOKS. INC., NEW YORK, NY. 
FILED 10-5-1987. 





FOR NEWSLETTERS FOR DIVORCED, WIDOWED 
AND UNWED MOTHERS (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 1-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-1-1986. 



SN 682.622. SOMEDAY BABY, INC.. DBA A CHILD'S GIFT 
OF LULLABYES, NASHVILLE, TN. FILED 9-4-1987. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,179,076 AND OTHERS. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "BIG BOOKS", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR EDUCATIONALLY ORIENTED SERIES OF 
BOOKS (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 2-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-9-1987. 



A Child's Gift of 

LuIIabyes 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "LULLABYES", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR PRERECORDED AUDIO CASSETTE TAPES AND 
LYRIC BOOKS SOLD AS A UNIT (U.S. CLS. 36 AND 38). 

FIRST USE 6-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-19-1987. 



SN 687,821. BRITT, ROBIN. DBA BRITTS INDUSTRIES. 
ANNAPOLIS. MD. FILED 10-5-1987. 



O**^^ 



SN 685.355. SCRIPTURE PRESS PULICATIONS. INC., 
WHEATON. IL. FILED 9-21-1987 



BIBLE FOR TODAY 
CURRICULUM 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "BIBLE" AND "CURRICULUM", APART FROM THE 
MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR IN-CLASS STUDENT ACTIVITY GUIDE (U.S. CL. 
38). 

FIRST USE 9-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-1-1987. 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "3" OR "4" AND THE DESIGN OF THE DOLLAR 
SIGN, APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR PERIODIC BOOKLETS PERTAINING TO NUMER- 
OLOGY AND LOTTERY FORECASTS (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 7-29-1976; IN COMMERCE 7-29-1976. 



208-920 TMOG-88-7 - QL 3 



TM70 

CLASS 16— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 16— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 687,880 CHILDREN'S LEARNING WORLD, INC., 
WOODBURY, MN FILED 10-5-1987. 



SN 691,702. ISO ASSOCIATES, INC.. COLLEGE PARK. 
MD. FILED 10-26-1987. 





FOR CHILDREN'S ARTICLES, NAMELY COLORING 
BOOKS WITH CRAYONS, STENCILS AND WORK- 
SHEETS (U.S. CLS. 22, 37 AND 38). 

FIRST USE 9-2-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-2-1987. 



FOR GREETING CARDS (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 9-3-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-3-1987. 



SN 688,444. DOLLAR GENERAL 
SCOTTSVILLE, KY. FILED 10-7-1987. 



CORPORATION. 



GENERAL STORY 



SN 691,712. TREND ENTERPRISES, INC., NEW BRIGH- 
TON. MN. FILED 10-26-1987. 



FOR HOUSE ORGAN (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 7-0-1984; IN COMMERCE 7-0-1984. 



CHALLENGE CHARTS 



SN 690.722. SYNTELLIGENCE, INC., SUNNYVALE, CA. 
HLED 10-20-1987. 



SYNTOOLS 



FOR PRINTED MATTER, NAMELY COMPUTER 
MANUALS AND BROCHURES (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 7-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-9-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CHARTS', APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR EDUCATIONAL CHARTS USED TO REINFORCE 
LEARNING OF CONCEPTS AND SKILLS OF CHILDREN 
(U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 9-28-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-28-1987. 



SN 692,459 INNOPAC INC, WILLOWDALE, ONTARIO, 
CANADA, FILED 10-29-1987. 



SN 691,334. HOMEPRO SYSTEMS, INC., MCLEAN, VA. 
FILED 10-23-1987. 



MY HOME 



Libmopac 



FOR MAGAZINE TO BE PUBLISHED FROM TIME TO 
TIME RELATING TO QUALITY HOME SERVICES AND 
IMPROVEMENTS (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 5-18-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-18-1987. 



2). 



FOR PLASTIC BAGS USED FOR PACKAGING (U.S. CL 
). 
FIRST USE 10-26-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-26-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 16— (Continued). CLASS 16— (Continued). 



TM71 



SN 692,711. BINNEY & SMITH INC., EASTON, PA. RLED 
10-30-1987. 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "BIG", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

THE LINING ON THE DRAWING DOES NOT INDI- 
CATE COLOR. 

THE MARK IS A COMPOSED OF THE WORDS "SO 
BIG" AND AN ONTHROPOMORPHIC BEAR. 

FOR COLORING BOOKS (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 9-14-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-14-1987. 



SN 694,591. TIDE RULE. INC., BATON ROUGE, LA 
FILED 11-9-1987. 



TIDE RULE 



FOR PRINTED PUBLICATIONS - NAMEY, CHARTS 
CONTAINING SLIDING INSERT CARDS AND BOOK- 
LETS FOR USE IN DETERMINING TIDAL MOVEMENT 
AT VARIOUS COASTAL LOCATIONS (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 6-19-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-24-1987. 



SN 694,660. AMERICAN SHELF LINING, INC., ENCINO 
CA. FILED 11-9-1987. 



VINYLCORE 



SN 693.997. NATIONAL COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC.. 
EDEN PRAIRIE, MN. FILED 11-6-1987. 



ECO 



FOR PRINTED TEST BOOKLETS, FORMS, AND IN- 
TERPRETIVE REPORTS FOR ADMINISTERING AND 
SCORING CAREER ASSESSMENT TEST DESIGNED TO 
MEASURE CAREER RELATED VARIABLES SUCH AS 
WORK VALUES, NUMERICAL AND VERBAL SKILLS. 
CAREER INTERESTS. AND PERSONAL TEMPERA- 
MENT (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 6-8-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-8-1987. 



(^ 



SN 694.069. INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY, PUR- 
CHASE, NY. FILED 11-4-1987. 



AMERICAN TESTLINER 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE TESTLINER", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR RECYCLED LINERBOARD FOR BOXES (U.S. CL. 
37). 

FIRST USE 9-21-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-21-1987. 



FOR VINYL COVERING AND LINING FOR SHELVES 
AND DRAWERS (U.S. CL. 37). 

FIRST USE 9-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-1-1987. 



SN 695.005. K MART CORPORATION, TROY, MI. FILED 
11-13-1987. 



K MART KORNERSTONES 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 884,166, 1,473.859 AND 
OTHERS. 

FOR PRINTED BROCHURES PROVIDING HOME EN- 
TERTAINMENT IDEAS SUCH AS RECIPES, PRODUCT 
RECOMMENDATIONS AND DECORATING IDEAS (U.S. 
CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 11-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-1-1987. 



SN 695,835. HAMMOND. INC., MAPLEWOOD. NJ. FILED 
11-16-1987. 



SN 694,301. AMERICAN TISSUE CORP., FARMINGDALE, 
NY. FILED 11-9-1987. 



TISSUE PLUS 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE 'TISSUE", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR FACIAL TISSUE (U.S. CL. 37). 
FIRST USE 10-30-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-30-1987. 



(^UMD/HIBB 



FOR CHILDREN'S EDUCATIONAL BOOKLETS (U.S. 
CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 2-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1987. 



TM72 

CLASS 16— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 16— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 695,836. HAMMOND. INC.. MAPLEWOOD, NJ. FILED SN 696,394. SPIEGEL, INC., OAK BROOK. IL. FILED 
11-16-1987. 11-19-1987. 






INHOME 



FOR MERCHANDISE CATALOGS (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 2-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-9-1987. 



FOR CHILDRENS EDUCATIONAL BOOKLETS (U.S. ^''J^'^'^n^'^^f^Ji''^ "°^^'^^' """^ ' BE^LMAWR. NJ. 
CL. 38). MUtu n-zj-1987. 

nRST USE 2-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1987. 



SN 695,924. BANKERS SYSTEMS, INC.. ST CLOUD, MN. 
RLED 11-16-1987. 



nm 




FOR PRINTED PRODUCTS AND MATERIALS FOR 
CREDIT UNIONS, NAMELY. FORMS. NEWSLETTERS, 
SURVEYS, PROMOTIONAL BROCHURES, STATEMENT 
ENCLOSURES AND TRAINING AND INSTRUCTIONAL 
MANUALS PERTAINING TO THE MARKETING OF 
CREDIT UNION SERVICES (U.S. CL. 38). 

nRST USE 10-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-1-1987. 



FOR PAINT BRUSHES. PARTICULARLY FOR USE IN 
THE HOBBY CERAMICS INDUSTRY (U.S. CL. 29). 
FIRST USE 1-1-1984; IN COMMERCE 1-1-1984. 



SN 697,175. ROCK-TENN COMPANY, NORCROSS, GA. 
RLED 11-23-1987. 



ROCKSOLID 



SN 696,060. GRUNER + JAHR USA PRINTING AND PUB- 
LISHING CO., DBA GRUNER + JAHR USA PUBLISH- 
ING, NEW YORK, NY. FILED 1 1-I7-1987. 



FOR PAPERBOARD BOX PARTITIONS FOR PACKAG- 
ING (US. CL. 37). 
FIRST USE 11-6-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-6-1987. 




CLASS 17— RUBBER GOODS 



SN 649,698. WEST UNION CORPORATION, MEMPHIS, TN. 
FILED 3-16-1987 



MALITE 



FOR MAGAZINE DEALING WITH WOMEN'S FASH- 
IONS AND INTERESTS ISSUED FROM TIME TO TIME 
(U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 9-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-1-1987. 



FOR POLYETHYLENE UTILITY PIPE USED AS A 
BUILDING MATERIAL (U.S. CL. 12). 
FIRST USE 5-0-1969; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1969. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 17— (Continued). CLASS 17— (Continued). 



TM73 



SN 682,098. SHUFORD MILLS, INCORPORATED, HICKO- SN 694.753. POLYSAR LIMITED, SARNIA ONTARIO 
RY, NC. FILED 9-2-1987. CANADA, FILED 11-10-1987. 




GLAD 



TAKTENE 



FOR SLEEVING TO PREVENT SUPPORT WIRES FOR 
TREES FROM CUTTING OR BRUISING TREE TRUNKS 
OR SHRUB STEMS (U.S. CL. 35). 

FIRST USE 2-20-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-26-1987. 



FOR SYNTHETIC RUBBERS FOR USE IN THE MANU- 
FACTURE OF RUBBER GOODS (U.S. CL. 35). 
FIRST USE 1-1-1964; IN COMMERCE 1-1-1964. 



SN 692,182. TOYO BOSEKI KABUSHIKI KAISHA, TA 
TOYOBO CO., LTD., OSAKA, JAPAN, FILED 10-23-1987. 



SN 698,073. METAL BUILDING INTERIOR PRODUCTS 
COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OH. FILED 11-27-1987. 



SR^ESHINE 



OWNER OF JAPAN REG NO. 1892804, DATED 
9-29-1986, EXPIRES 9-29-1996. 

FOR PLASTIC FILM AND LAMINATED PLASTIC 
FILMS, PASTED WITH METAL FOILS AND OTHER 
FOILS FOR INDUSTRIAL PURPOSES AS PROTECTIVE 
AND PACKAGING OR WRAPPING MATERIALS (U.S. 
CL. 1). 



SN 693,894. BUISCH, 
FILED 11-6-1987. 



NORMAN D., WATERLOO, NY. 



CLOUD-LITE 



FOR THERMAL AND ACOUSTICAL ENCAPSULATED 
INSULATING MATERIAL MADE OF PLASTIC OR 
FABRIC FOR USE AS A BAFFLE TO REDUCE NOISE 
LEVELS (U.S. CL. 12). 

FIRST USE 7-0-1970; IN COMMERCE 7-0-1970 



CLASS 18— LEATHER GOODS 

SN 656,056. COURREGES DESIGN, PARIS, FRANCE, 
FILED 4-20-1987. 



TASCO 



FOR BUILDING INSULAION MATERIALS WHICH 
ARE SOLD IN GRANULAR FORM PACKED IN LARGE 
PAPER SACKS (U.S. CL. 12). 

FIRST USE 11-5-1973; IN COMMERCE 11-28-1973. 



SN 693,991. AMETEK, INC/HA VEG DIVISION, WIL- 
MINGTON, DE. FILED 11-6-1987. 



ULTISIL 



FOR SILICA INSULATING FABRIC FOR HEAVY IN- 
DUSTRIAL USES (U.S. CL. 35). 
FIRST USE 10-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-1-1987. 




OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,002,119, 1,120,416 AND 
OTHERS. 

THE MARK CONSISTS OF THE STYLIZED LETTERS 
"AC" 

FOR UMBRELLAS (U.S. CL. 41). 

FIRST USE 7-1-1978; IN COMMERCE 1-1-1986. 



TM74 

CLASS 18— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 18— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 6S6.060. COURREGES DESIGN. PARIS. FRANCE, SN 694.678. SAMSONITE CORPORATION. DENVER. CO. 
FILED 4-20-1987. FILED 10-5-1987. 



DIGNITARY 




FOR ATTACHE CASES (U.S. CL. 3). 

FIRST USE 7-14-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-14-1987. 



CLASS 19— NON-METALLIC BUILDING 
MATERIALS 



SN 589,581. HOOPT. WILLIAM J.. III. BALBOA ISLAND. 
CA. FILED 3-24-1986. 



LITE-SHAKE 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1.130,414. 1,145.695 AND 
OTHERS. 

THE MARK CONSISTS OF THE STYLIZED LETTERS 
"AC" 

FOR UMBRELLAS (U.S. CL. 41). 

FIRST USE 7-1-1978; IN COMMERCE 1-1-1986. 



FOR PLASTIC ROOFING AND SIDING PANELS, PLAS- 
TIC ROOF RIDGE AND RAKE COVERS RIE>GE AND 
RAKE TRIM (U.S. CL. 12). 

FIRST USE 10-0-1981; IN COMMERCE 11-0-1981. 



SN 593,797. BABCOCK & WILCOX COMPANY, THE, NEW 
ORLEANS, LA. FILED 4-16-1986. 



SN 691.815. MASCOT METROPOLITAN INC.. SOUTH SAN. 
FRANCISCO, CA. FILED 10-26-1987. 



ULTRACAST 



PACKGO 



FOR HIGH-ALUMINA REFRACTORY CASTABLE FOR 
USE IN HIGH TEMPERATURE REFRACTORY APPLICA- 
TIONS (U.S. CL. 12). 

FIRST USE 10-4-1985; IN COMMERCE 10-4-1985. 



FOR LUGGAGE (U.S. CL. 3). 

RRST USE 5-10-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-27-1986. 



SN 617,068. IDAHO TIMBER CORPORATION. BOISE, ID 
FILED 8-28-1986. 



SN 693,517. MCCRACKIN INDUSTRIES, INC., CONLEY, 
GA. FILED 11-3-1987. 







OWNER OF US. REG. NO. 1,402,172. 

FOR HANDBAGS (U.S. CL. 3). 

FIRST USE 10-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-1-1987. 



IDAHO TIMBER 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE 'TIMBER", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

SEC. 2(F). 

FOR WOOD, NAMELY WOOD PANELS AND WOOD IN 
BOARD FORM (U.S. CL. 12). 

FIRST USE 5-7-1979; IN COMMERCE 5-18-1979. 



SN 621,908. CHELSEA INDUSTRIES, INC., BOSTON. MA. 
FILED 9-25-1986. 



AN AMERICAN DESIGN 
FOR AMERICA'S NEEDS! 



FOR VINYL REPLACEMENT WINDOWS (U.S. CL. 12). 
FIRST USE 3-6-1986; IN COMMERCE 3-6-1986. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 19— (Continued). CLASS 19— (Continued). 



TM75 



SN 624.604. CHELSEA INDUSTRIES, INC., BOSTON, MA. 
I FILED 10-8-1986. 



SN 670,404. LINCOLN INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION, 
NORTH PALM BEACH, FL. FILED 7-6-1987. 



WHERE COMFORT AND 

TECHNOLOGY COME 

TOGETHER 



FOR VINYL REPLACEMENT WINDOWS (U.S. CL. 12). 
FIRST USE 3-6-1986; IN COMMERCE 3-6-1986. 



SN 631.274. M. H. DETRICK CO.. MOKENA. IL. FILED 
11-20-1986. 



MS 



FOR REFRACTORY TILE (U.S. CL. 12). 

FIRST USE 3-23-1960; IN COMMERCE 3-23-1960. 



CHARTER AMERICA 



FOR EXTERIOR BUILDING SIDING AND ACCESSO- 
RIES THEREFOR, NAMELY, CHANNELS AND CORNER 
POSTS (U.S. CL. 12). 

FIRST USE 4-20-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-20-1987. 



SN 670,409. SISSELL, KAY M., SOUTH EL MONTE, CA. 
RLED 7-6-1987. 



TRI UNIQUE 



FOR SHOWER DOORS (U.S. CL. 12). 

FIRST USE 5-30-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-30-1987. 



SN 673,971. LINCOLN INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION, 
NORTH PALM BEACH, FL. FILED 7-23-1987. 



SN 664,560. FOSTER, THOMAS W., JR., DBA PIERE- 
SEARCH, ARLINGTON, TX. FILED 6-4-1987. 



CENTRALIGNER 



FOR SPACER FOR MANTAINING A REINFORCING 
CAGE CENTERED WITH RESPECT TO A PIER HOLE. 
PIOR TO POURING CONCRETE INTO THE PIER HOLE 

(U.S. CL. 12). 

FIRST USE 5-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-1-1987. 



LEXINGTON 



FOR VINYL SIDING (U.S. CL. 12). 

FIRST USE 4-6-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-6-1987. 



SN 664,620. SEVEN S STRUCTURES INC., GRANDE PRAI- 
RIE, ALBERTA, CANADA, FILED 6-4-1987. 



SN 673.993. LINCOLN INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION, 
NORTH PALM BEACH, FL. FILED 7-23-1987. 



CONCORD 



FOR VINYL SIDING (U.S. CL. 12). 

FIRST USE 4-6-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-6-1987. 



7S-3000 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON CANADA 
APPLICATION NO. 576138, FILED 1-13-1987, REG. NO. 
334822, DATED 12-4-1987, EXPIRES 12-4-2002. 

FOR STRUCTURAL WALL AND ROOF PANELS (U.S. 
CL. 12). 



SN 676,703. NATIONAL REFRACTORIES * MINERALS 
CORPORATION, OAKLAND, CA. FILED 8-5-1987. 



KRITEK 



FOR REFRACTORY BRICK (U.S. CL. 12). 
FIRST USE 3-26-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-26-1987. 



SN 667,189. LINCOLN INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION. 
NORTH PALM BEACH, FL. FILED 6-18-1987. 



INDEPENDENCE 



FOR VINYL SIDING AND ACCESSORIES THEREFOR. 
NAMELY, CHANNELS AND CORNER POSTS (U.S. CL. 
12). 

FIRST USE 4-6-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-6-1987. 



SN 679,592. UNIMIN CORPORATION, NEW CANAAN, CT 
FILED 8-21-1987. 



UNI-PAR 



FOR GOLF COURSE TRAP AND TOP DRESSING 
SAND (U.S. CL. 12). 
FIRST USE 11-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-1-1986. 



TM76 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 19— (Continued). 

SN 681.501. NATIONAL GYPSUM COMPANY. DALLAS, 
TX. FILED 8-31-1987. 



CLASS 19— (Continued). 

SN 688.047. FOLLANSBEE STEEL CORPORATION. FOL- 
LANSBEE, WV. FILED 10-5-1987. 



DYNAFORGED 



MOD-U-FLOAT 



FOR VINYL SIDING (U.S. CL. 12). 

FIRST USE 2-24-1986; IN COMMERCE 2-24-1986. 



FOR MOLDED PLASTIC WATER BUOYANT FLOAT 
FOR USE IN MARINE CONSTRUCTION (U.S. CLS. 12 
AND 50). 

FIRST USE 9-2-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-2-1987. 



SN 682,795 WINDOW EXCHANGE. INC.. THE. TOTOWA, 
NJ. FILED 9-8-1987. 



THE WINDOW EXCHANGE 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "WINDOW". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR WINDOWS AND DOORS (U.S. CL. 12). 
RRST USE 5-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-1-1987. 



SN 689,164. H & W BUILDING PRODUCTS. INC., BOONE- 
VILLE. MS. FILED 10-13-1987, 



HEARTLAND TRIPLE 



EAGLE 



OWNER OF US. REG. NOS. 1,417.463, 1,447,504 AND 
OTHERS. 
FOR VINYL SIDING (US. CL. 12). 
FIRST USE 7-11-1986; IN COMMERCE 7-11-1986. 



SN 683,327. SUMMITVILLE TILES. INC., SUMMITVILLE, 
OH. HLED 9-10-1987. 



OLDE TOWNE 



FOR CLAY PRODUCTS IN THE NATURE OF CERAM- 
IC TILES (U.S. CL. 12). 
HRST USE 0-0-1972; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1972. 



SN 689,204 OWENS-CORNING FIBERGLAS CORPORA- 
TION, TOLEDO, OH. FILED 10-13-1987. 



PERMAMOP 



FOR ROOFING ASPHALT (U.S. CL. 12). 
FIRST USE 9-4-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-4-1987. 



SN 686,309. ASSOCIATED MATERIALS INCORPORATED, 
DBA ALSIDE, AKRON, OH. FILED 9-25-1987. 



SN 689,297. JELD-WEN, INC., KLAMATH FALLS, OR. 
FILED 10-13-1987. 



THE CENTURY SERIES 



OWNER OF US. REG. NO 1,383,011 AND OTHERS. 
NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SERIES", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR VINYL SIDING (U.S. CL. 12). 
FIRST USE 3-8-1984; IN COMMERCE 3-8-1984. 



SN 687,971. BETHLEHEM REBAR INDUSTRIES. INC., AL- 
LENTOWN. PA. FILED 10-5-1987. 




BAN-TEX 



FOR GEOTEXTILES FOR USE IN SOIL EROSION CON- 
TROL PROJECTS AND THE LIKE (U.S. CL. 12). 
FIRST USE 4-18-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-18-1987 



THE MARK IS COMPRISED OF A FANCIFUL REPRE- 
SENTATION OF THE LETTER "D" AND AN OPEN 
DOOR. 

FOR DOORS (U.S. CL. 12). 

FIRST USE 8-5-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-5-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM77 



CLASS 19— (Continued). 



CXASS 19— (Continued). 



SN 689.406. H & W BUILDING PRODUCTS. INC.. BOONE- SN 692.095. CERAMICA ZANON SOCIEDAD ANONIMA 
VILLE, MS. FILED 10-13-1987. COMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL Y MINERA, BUENOS 

i AIRES, ARGENTINA. FILED 10-27-1987. 



HEARTLAND SPRINGFIELD 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,417,463, 1.447,504 AND 
OTHERS. 
FOR VINYL SIDING (U.S. CL. 12). 
RRST USE 3-30-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-30-1987. 



SN 689,896. LACO LUMBER, INC., 
FILED 10-13-1987. 



WOODLAND. CA. 



PLYLAP 



FOR PLYWOOD STRIP SIDING (U.S. CL. 12). 
FIRST USE 8-14-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-28-1987. 



SN 690,000 MIDLAND INTERNATIONAL TILEWORKS, 
WEST DES MOINES, lA. FILED 10-16-1987. 



FOOTHILLS 



FOR CERAMIC TILES (U.S. CL. 12). 

FIRST USE 9-24-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-24-1987. 




THE DRAWING IS LINED FOR THE COLORS RED 
AND GREEN. 

THE MARK IS A FANCIFUL REPRESENTATION OF 
THE LETTER "Z" IN A SHADED SQUARE. 

FOR CERAMIC TILES (U.S. CL. 12). 

FIRST USE 1-25-1979; IN COMMERCE 4-10-1985. 



SN 692,300, NATIONAL GYPSUM COMPANY, DALLAS. 
TX. FILED 10-28-1987. 



SEASPRAY 



FOR CEILING PANELS (U.S. CL. 12). 

FIRST USE 1-0-1973; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1973. 



SN 692,566. NORTH-AMERICAN HACON. INC., DOYLES- 
TOWN, PA. FILED 10-27-1987. 



BONALIM 



SN 690.463. SILPRO MASONRY SYSTEMS. INC., AVER. 
MA. FILED 10-19-1987. 



FOR HARDWOOD TIMBER AND LUMBER MILLED 
THEREFROM (U.S. CL. 12). 
FIRST USE 6-21-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-21-1987. 



MASCRETE 



FOR PORTLAND CEMENT-BASED RESURFACING 
AND PATCHING MATERIAL FOR USE ON CONCRETE 
SLABS (U.S. CL. 12). 

HRST USE 4-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1987. 



SN 692.986. ABITIBI-PRICE CORPORATION. TROY. MI. 
FILED 11-2-1987. 



CANTERBURY 



FOR MOLDINGS (U.S. CL. 12), 

FIRST USE 10-21-1985; IN COMMERCE 10-21-1985. 



TM78 

CLASS 19— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 20— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 692,988. MANVILLE CORPORATION. DENVER, CO. 
FILED 11-2-1987. 



SN 652.137. B. WALTER A. CO., INC.. WABASH, IN. FILED 

3-30-1987. 



MBR 



FOR ROOFING CEMENT (U.S. CL. 12). 

FIRST USE 6-10-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-10-1987. 



SN 693.984. PRO SHOP COMPANY, EUGENE. OR. FILED 
11-2-1987. 




DEK-BLOCK 



FOR CONCRETE FOOTINGS FOR DECKS (U.S. CL. 12). 
FIRST USE 11-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1987. 



FOR FURNITURE (U.S. CL. 32). 

FIRST USE 3-31-1983; IN COMMERCE 3-31-1983. 



CLASS 20— FURNITURE AND ARTICLES NOT 
OTHERWISE CLASSinED 



SN 652,345. AMERICAN HOMEWARE, INC.. DALLAS. TX. 
FILED 3-30-1987. 



SN 551.348. PLASTICEL. S.A., SAN NICOLAS DE LOS 
GARZA, N.L.. MEXICO, FILED 7-30-1985. 



JLIMBOCEL 



American 
Homeware 



PRIORFTY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON MEXICO 
APPLICATION NO. 247571, FILED 4-16-1985. REG. NO. 
326563. DATED 6-15-1987, EXPIRES 4-16-1990. 

FOR COMMERCIAL PLASTIC CONTAINERS FOR 
SHIPPING AND STORING FOOD STUFFS (U.S. CL. 2). 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "HOMEWARE", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR LAUNDRY HAMPERS, DRYING RACKS, PORTA- 
BLE CEDAR CLOSETS, CEDAR DRAWER LINERS, 
CLOTHING AND SHOE ORGANIZING RACKS, PLASTIC 
AND VINYL STORAGE BOXES (U.S. CL. 32). 

FIRST USE 2-10-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-10-1987. 



SN 616,978. MQH INVESTMENTS LTD.. TORONTO. ON- 
TARIO. CANADA. FILED 8-27-1986. 



DREAM MACHINE 



SN 662.062. KOHUSMARIOL. INC., CINCINNATI, 
FILED 5-21-1987. 



OH. 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON CANADA 
APPLICATION NO 565239, FILED 6-27-1986, REG. NO. 
334004. DATED 11-6-1987, EXPIRES 11-6-2002. 

FOR NOVELTY ITEMS. NAMELY SAND COATINGS IN 
THE SHAPE OF AUTOMOBILES (U.S. CL. 50). 



KOHUSMARIOL 



FOR CHILDREN'S FURNITURE (U.S. CL. 32). 
FIRST USE 2-28-1986; IN COMMERCE 2-28-1986. 



APRIL 5. 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 20— (Continued). CLASS 20— (Continued). 



TM79 



SN 668,252. BJORN HAMBERC AB, UPPSALA, SWEDEN, SN 685,679. BUTLER, JIMMIE L., DBA BUTLER BAGS 
FILED 6-23-1987. KINGMAN, AZ. FILED 9-22-1987. 



BearSeat 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON SWEDEN 
APPLICATION NO. 8609975, FILED 12-23-1986, REG. NO. 
207343, DATED 9-18-1987, EXPIRES 9-18-1999. 

FOR PLASTIC SEATING PADS WHICH MAY BE AF- 
FIXED TO THE BODY (U.S. CLS. 32 AND 50). 




SN 668,290. PERMA-BILT INDUSTRIES, TORRANCE, CA. 
FILED 6-24-1987. 



FOR SLEEPING BAGS (U.S. CL. 22). 

FIRST USE 1-31-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-31-1987. 



ypAlCE CHE^L^ 



SN 685,796. DELRE, NICHOLAS J., DBA D & D PRODUC- 
TIONS. PRINCETON, NJ. FILED 9-23-1987. 



FOR FURNITURE, RACKS. MODULAR DRAWERS 
AND SHELVING USED IN CONNECTION WITH WALL 
UNITS AND CLOSET SYSTEMS (U.S. CL. 32). 

FIRST USE 6-2-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-2-1987. 



SN 677,767. KITSON, MICHAEL JAMES. BROCKEN- 
HURST, HAMPSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM, FILED 

8-10-1987. 



ANCHORMAN 



THE ROYAL SCREW 



FOR NOVELTY ITEM IN THE FORM OF A KIT IN- 
CLUDING A CERTIFICATE AND A SCREW (U.S. CL. 50). 
FIRST USE 9-10-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-10-1987. 



SN 686,062. STEVENS, DONALD HOWARD. WINTER 
HAVEN, FL. FILED 9-24-1987. 



OWNER OF UNITED KINGDOM REG. NO. 1242712. 
DATED 5-28-1985. EXPIRES 5-28-1992. 

FOR LADDER SAFETY SYSTEM, NAMELY NON-ME- 
TALLIC HOLLOW PLATFORM TO BE FILLED WITH 
BALLAST TO SECURE THE BASE OF LADDERS (U.S. 
CL. 50). 



PIXIE DUST 



FOR NOVELTY POUCH CONTAINING GLITTER (U.S. 
CL. 50). 
FIRST USE 7-2-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-2-1987. 



SN 684,774. CASICA CORPORATION, DURHAM, 
FILED 9-17-1987. 



NC. 



SN 686,395. TEEPAK, INC.. OAK BROOK, IL. FILED 
9-25-1987. 



PERSONALIZE YOUR 
PERSONAL COMPUTER 



FOR CABINETRY FOR COMPUTER HARDWARE (U.S. 
CL. 32). 
FIRST USE 7-17-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-17-1987. 



EX-PAK 



FOR PLASTIC FILM CONTAINERS— NAMELY. BAGS 
AND TUBES MADE OF FLEXIBLE PLASTIC FILM AND 
THE LIKE (U.S. CLS. 2 AND 50). 

FIRST USE 2-3-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-14-1987. 



TM 80 OFFICIAL GAZETTE APRIL 5, 1988 

CLASS 21— HOUSEWARES AND GLASS CLASS 21— (Continued). 



SN 628,689. SAY INDUSTRIES, INC., LEOMINSTER, MA. 
FILED 11-5-1986 



SN 668,488. MEGA WARE INC. OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA 
BARBARA. CA. FILED 6-25-1987. 



ELEPHANT TRUNK 



SAN IGNACIO 



FOR PLASTIC SPOUT SOLD AS A PART OF A PLAS- 
TIC CONTAINER FOR DOMESTIC OR COMMERCIAL 
SAFE STORAGE OF TOXIC OR COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS 

(U.S. CL. 2). 

FIRST USE 2-1-1980; IN COMMERCE 3-1-1980. 



FOR FRYING PANS (US CL 13) 

FIRST USE 7-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 6-15-1985. 



SN 655.192 ^VINDMERE CORPORATION. HIALEAH, FL. 
FILED 4-10-1987. 



SN 677,616. VINING INDUSTRIES. INC.. SPRINGFIELD, 
OH. FILED 8-10-1987. 



SCRUB AWAY 



^<^\}nA<. 4^C^ 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "FABRIC". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR ELECTRIC LINT REMOVER (US. CLS 21, 23 AND 
29). 

FIRST USE 4-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-9-1987. 



SN 663.454. LESON DESIGNS, INC., WARRENVILLE IL. 
FILED 5-29-1987. 



FOR DISH AND POT SCRUB BRUSHES (U.S. CL. 29). 
FIRST USE 1-31-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-31-1987. 



SN 690,879. SUPREME INDUSTRIES INC., TA WEAR- 
EVER, PICKERING, ONTARIO, CANADA. FILED 
10-21-1987. 



BLACK MAGIC 



OWNER OF CANADA REG. NO. 307912, DATED 
11-1-1985, EXPIRES 11-1-2005 

FOR BAKEWARE FOR REGULAR AND MICROWAVE 
OVEN USE (U.S. CL. 13). 




SN 693,503. SONOCO PRODUCTS COMPANY, HARTS- 
VILLE, SC. RLED 11-3-1987. 




FOR DINNERWARE. NAMELY DISHES, PLATES, SAU- 
CERS, SOUP BOWLS, CUPS, MUGS, SUGAR BOWLS, 
CREAMERS, SERVING PLATTERS, CEREAL BOWLS, 
FRUIT BOWLS, COFFEE POTS, SAUCE BOATS, VASES, 
TETE DE LION BOWLS. TEAPOTS (U.S. CL. 2). 

FIRST USE 8-26-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-26-1986. 



OWNER OF US. REG. NOS. 776,008, 1,422,882 AND 
OTHERS 

THE MARK CONSISTS OF THE LETTER "S" IN 
DESIGN FORM 

FOR PLASTIC RECEPTACLES— NAMELY, BOTTLES, 
TRAYS FOR DOMESTIC PURPOSES AND DISHES (U.S. 
CL. 2). 

FIRST USE 12-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 12-0-1985. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 21— (Continued). CLASS 21— (Continued). 



TM 81 



SN 695,160 LPF CORPORATION, KANSAS CITY, MO. SN 697,184. PRAIRIE PACKAGING, INC BEDFORD 
FILED 11-13-1 987. PARK, IL. FILED 1 1-23-1987. 



DRY-FRY 



FOR COOKWARE, NAMELY, NON-ELECTRIC ROAST- 
ING GRILLS (U.S. CL. 13). 
FIRST USE 9-28-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-19-1987. 



SN 695,637. BRESLIN, DANIEL V., PHILADELPHIA, PA. 
FILED 11-16-1987. 



ICEGLOW 



FOR PLASTIC CUPS AND ALL PURPOSE CONTAIN- 
ERS (U.S. CL. 2). 
FIRST USE 8-11-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-11-1987. 



THE TOOTHFAIRY'S 



FOR TOOTHBRUSHES, AND CONTAINERS FOR STOR- 
ING CHILDREN'S TEETH (U.S. CLS. 2 AND 29). 
FIRST USE 10-22-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-22-1987. 



SN 697,433. NADIR FIGUEIREDO INDUSTRIA E COMER- 
CIO S.A., VILA MARIA, SAO PAULO, BRAZIL, FILED 
11-24-1987. 



I 



SN 695.804. MTC TRAP COMPANY, NEWPORT BEACH, 
CA. FILED 11-16-1987. 



TRAP-EASE 



PICK-A-PAIR 



FOR GLASSES IN GENERAL FOR WATER, LIQUOR, 
WINES, BEER AND THE LIKE (US CL. 2) 
FIRST USE 9-20-1985; IN COMMERCE 5-29-1986. 



FOR ANIMAL TRAPS (US. CL. 50). 

FIRST USE 4-1-1985; IN COMMERCE 4-1-1985. 



SN 695,867. NORTHLAND ALUMINUM PRODUCTS, INC., 
MINNEAPOLIS, MN. FILED 11-16-1987. 



SN 697,675. PTJN DESIGNS, INC., DUXBURY, MA. FILED 
11-25-1987. 



POPGUN 



FOR STOVETOP CORN POPPERS (U.S. CL. 13). 
FIRST USE 7-16-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-16-1987. 



SN 696,221. MR. LONGARM, INC., GREENWOOD, MO. 
FILED 11-18-1987 



PRO-DESIGN 



TROPICOOLER 



FOR INSULATED COOLERS FOR BEVERAGES (U.S. 
CL. 2). 

FIRST USE 10-12-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-12-1987. 



CLASS 23— YARNS AND THREADS 



FOR SQUEEGEES (U.S. CL 23). 

FIRST USE 11-12-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-12-1987. 



SN 687,011. NATIONAL SPINNING CO., INC., NEW YORK, 
NY. FILED 9-29-1987. 



SN 697,169. PRAIRIE PACKAGING, INC., BEDFORD 
PARK, IL. FILED 11-23-1987. 



VYBRALITE SD 



PRAIRIEWARE 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 703,610, 1,415,938 AND 
OTHERS. 
NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
FOR PLASTIC ALL PURPOSE CONTAINERS, PLATES USE "SD ", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN 



AND BOWLS (U.S. CL. 2). 
FIRST USE 8-11-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-11-1987. 



FOR YARN (U.S. CL. 43). 

FIRST USE 9-10-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-10-1987. 



TM 82 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5. 1988 



CLASS 24— FABRICS 



CLASS 24— (Continued). 



SN 627,482. CLM DESIGN, INC., DBA SONS. INC., BEVER- SN 685,320. PAULA SUMMERS CORPORATION, JACK- 
LY HILLS, CA. FILED 10-29-1986. SON, MS. FILED 9-21-1987 




^^ 




THE MARK CONSISTS OF A CONFIGURATION OF A 
ROUND BEACH TOWEL. 
SEC. 2(F). 

FOR BEACH TOWELS (U.S. CL. 42). 
nRST USE 8-15-1985; IN COMMERCE 2-I4-I986. 



FOR MAT COVER, NAMELY AN ARTICLE TO ENVEL- 
OP AND COVER NAPPING AND EXERCISE PADS (U.S. 
CL. 42). 

FIRST USE 12-8-1986; IN COMMERCE 12-8-1986. 



CLASS 25— CLOTHING 



SN 669,234 RUTH ANN BARKER, THOMAS WHEELER 
AND AMY LEITNER, DBA COVERS UNLIMITED, 
GERMANTOWN, TN. FILED 6-29-1987. 



SN 627,428. SOX APPEAL, INC., MINNEAPOLIS, MN. 
FILED 10-28-1986. 



'^o^zf^e/r^ c^n/(>^?veyika^ 



SOX APPEAL 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "COVERS", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR FABRIC DUST COVERS FOR OFFICE MACHIN- 
ERY AND EQUIPMENT (U.S. CL. 42). 

FIRST USE 8-30-1982; IN COMMERCE 8-31-1982. 



OWNER OF US. REG NO. 572,533. 
FOR WOMEN'S HOSIERY (U.S. CL. 39). 
FIRST USE 4-1-1985; IN COMMERCE 4-1-1985. 



SN 639.652. LA CHINE CLASSIC INC., 
FILED 1-13-1987. 



NEW YORK, NY. 



SN 681,199. LEARNING LINE, LTD.. GLEN ELLYN. 
RLED 8-28-1987. 



IL. 



LA CHINE CLASSIC 



THE LEARNING LINE 



FOR BED LINENS, NAMELY SHEETS, PILLOWCASES 
AND COMFORTERS (U.S. CL. 42). 
FIRST USE 3-18-1976; IN COMMERCE 10-14-1983. 



THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE WORDS "LA 
CHINE" IN THE MARK IS "CHINA". 

SEC. 2(F). 

FOR WOMEN'S CLOTHING NAMELY, BLOUSES. 
PANTS, SKIRTS, AND SWEATERS (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 10-0-1979; IN COMMERCE 10-O-1979. 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM 83 



CLASS 25— (Continued). 



CLASS 25 — (Continued). 



SN 644,852. HENDERSON, GORDON, BROOKLYN, NY. SN 660,892 GABRIELLA FRATTINI SPA ROSCIANO 
FILED 2-17-1987. FANO (PESARO), ITALY. FILED 5-13-1 987. 



GORDON HENDERSON 



FOR WOMEN'S SPORTWEAR, NAMELY, TROUSERS 
SHIRTS, SKIRTS, T-SHIRTS, SPORT COATS, DRESSES, 
COATS, RAINCOATS, SWEATERS, PANTS, TOPS, BELTS 
AND SHOES (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 1-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1986. 



SN 652,266. GENESCO INC., NASHVILLE, TN. FILED 
3-30-1987. 




Setball 



SKI-MOC 



FOR DRESS AND CASUAL SHOES (U.S. CL. 39). 
FIRST USE 1-23-1967; IN COMMERCE 1-23-1967. 



SN 654,064. AEROBIC WEAR, INC., HUNTINGTON STA- 
TION, NY. FILED 4-9-1987. 



LITE & TITE 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON ITALY 
APPLICATION NO. 31917 C/87, FILED 1-21-1987, REG 
NO. 479778. DATED 5-11-1987. EXPIRES 1-21-2007. 

FOR MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, 
NAMELY SHIRTS, JACKETS, TROUSERS, SKIRTS, 
COATS, GREATCOATS. BLOUSES, SWEATERS, JER- 
SEYS, BATHING TRUNKS, BATHING SUITS, WIND AND 
WATER RESISTANT COATS AND JACKETS, CYCLISTS' 
SHORTS AND JACKETS, SWEATSUITS, SPORTS OVER- 
ALLS. GOLF GLOVES. GYMNASTIC SHOES. PAJAMAS, 
UNDERWEAR (U.S. CL. 39). 



' FOR LEOTARDS. TIGHTS. TOPS, SHORTS, UNITARDS, 
AND PANTS (U.S. CL. 39). 
FIRST USE 3-10-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-27-1987. 



SN 655,897. JB'S RESTAURANTS, INC.. SALT LAKE CITY, 
UT. FILED 4-16-1987. 




OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 922.029. 

FOR RESTAURANT SERVICES (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 4-0-1981; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1981. 



SN 660.803. NAGMA CORPORATION. MILL VALLEY. CA. 
FILED 5-14-1987 

IMPACT ZONE 



FOR NAMELY CLOTHING. T-SHIRTS. TANK TOPS. 
HEADWEAR. FOOTWEAR. SPORT SHIRTS. SWIMSUITS. 
SWIM TRUNKS. SCARVES. AND GLOVES (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 4-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-1-1987. 



SN 664.990. JACOBSON. ELIE. PARIS. FRANCE, FILED 
6-4-1987. 




OWNER OF FRANCE REG NO. 1146122. DATED 
8-7-1980, EXPIRES 8-7-1990. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "L'MOMME". APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

THE MARK CONSISTS OF THE WORDS "DOROTHEE 
BIS L'HOMME" IN STYLIZED FORM. 

THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE WORD "DOR- 
OTHEE" IN THE MARK IS "DOROTHY", THE WORD 
"BIS" IN THE MARK IS "TWICE" OR "ENCORE". AND 
THE WORD "L'HOMME " IN THE MARK IS "MAN". 

FOR MEN'S CLOTHING. NAMELY, PANTS, SHORTS, 
PULL-OVERS, WAISTCOATS, CARDIGANS, JACKETS, 
SHIRTS, JUMPERS, TEE-SHIRTS, SCARVES, POCKET- 
HANDKERCHIEFS, NECKERCHIEFS, SOCKS, FOOT- 
WEAR, BELTS, COATS, RAINCOATS, HATS (U.S. CL. 39). 



TM 84 

CLASS 25— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 25— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 665,637. ACME BOOT COMPANY, 
VILLE, TN. FILED 6-9-1987. 



INC., CLARKS- 



SN 672,087. BASTIEN INC.. 
CANADA, FILED 7-14-1987. 



ST-EMILE. QUEBEC 



*~?T7 S? 



J 





OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 781.468, 1,110,972 AND 
OTHERS. 

THE LINING AND/OR STIPPLING IN THE MARK ON 
THE DRAWING IS FOR SHADING PURPOSES ONLY. 

FOR MENS AND LADIES BOOTS (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 5-28-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-28-1987. 



FOR SHOES AND BOOTS (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 10-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-0-1986. 



SN 672.658. SANTUCCI. GERALD M., WALNUT CREEK. 
CA. FILED 7-17-1987. 



HOT GOODS 



SN 666.524 C W ORIGINALS. INC.. MIAMI. FL. FILED 
6-15-1987. 



FOR SHIRTS (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 7-16-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-16-1987. 



M^l?^^ 




br cw 



SN 676.336. ZAYRE CORP . FRAMINGHAM. MA. FILED 
8-3-1987. 



CUDDLE TOWNE 



OWNER OF US. REG. NO. 1.046,871. 

FOR INFANT DRESSES AND INFANT OUTWEAR, 
NAMELY. JACKETS AND SNOWSUITS (U.S. CL. 39). 
FIRST USE 4-11-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-11-1987. 



SN 679.024. PENNY LOU OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGE- 
LES, CA. FILED 8-17-1987. 



FOR WOMEN'S SPORTSWEAR. NAMELY T-SHIRTS, 
SKIRTS. PANTS. CARDIGANS. BLAZERS. DUSTERS, 
SUITS. SHORTS. SOCKS. SWEAT SHIRTS. SWEAT 
PANTS. SWEAT SUITS. BLOUSES. PULLOVERS, 
DRESSES (U.S. CL. 39). 

RRST USE 6-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1985. 



ITALIAN BOYS 



FOR CLOTHING— NAMELY, MEN'S, LADIES' AND 
CHILDREN'S PANTS, SHORTS, SKIRTS, TOPS AND 
JACKETS (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 5-10-1986; IN COMMERCE 5-10-1986. 



APRIL 5. 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 25— (Continued). CLASS 25— (Continued). 



TM85 



SN 680,376. GOLDSTEIN, FRED, HALLANDALE. FL. 
FILED 8-24-1987. 



SPEED 



FOR MEN'S LEATHER SHOES (U.S. CL. 39). 
FIRST USE 6-29-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-29-1987. 



SN 681.373. ALTA PRODUCTS CORPORATION. WILKES- 
BARRE, PA. FILED 8-31-1987. 



API 



FOR FOOTWEAR (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 5-19-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-19-1987. 



SN 681,878. CONSTON, INC., PHILADELPHIA. PA. FILED 

8-31-1987. 



ESTRADA 



•ES- 



THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE WORD 
TRADA" IN THE MARK IS "ROAD". 

FOR WOMEN'S WEARING APPAREL. NAMELY. 
COATS. DRESSES, SKIRTS, SUITS, SWEATERS. JEANS. 
SLACKS. KNIT TOPS, BLOUSES, SHIRTS. TANK TOPS. 
T-SHIRTS, SHORTS, JACKETS, JUMPSUITS. JOGGING 
SUITS, BATHING SUITS. SLEEPWEAR. BODYWEAR, 
BELTS AND LINGERIE (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 8-24-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-24-1987. 



SN 681.879. CONSTON, INC.. PHILADELPHIA. PA. FILED 
8-31-1987. 



FAUCETTI 



SN 681.483. TODDLER U. INC., WESTPORT, CT. FILED 

8-31-1987. 



HIGHER EDUCATION FOR 
YOUNGER FEET 



FOR CHILDREN'S SHOES (U.S. CL. 39). 
FIRST USE 7-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-1-1987. 



SN 681,750 DESA SHOE COMPANY. BELCAMP, MD. 
FILED 8-31-1987. 



ORTHOGRADE 
CUSHIONING SYSTEM 



FOR WOMEN'S WEARING APPAREL. NAMELY. 
COATS, DRESSES, SKIRTS, SUITS, SWEATERS, JEANS, 
SLACKS, KNIT TOPS, BLOUSES, SHIRTS, TANK TOPS, 
T-SHIRTS, SHORTS, JACKETS. JUMPSUITS. JOGGING 
SUITS. BATHING SUITS. SLEEPWEAR. BODYWEAR, 
BELTS AND LINGERIE (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 8-24-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-24-1987. 



SN 683.317. SPALDING & EVENFLO COMPANIES, INC., 
TAMPA. FL. FILED 9-8-1987. 



THE ULTIMATE EDGE 



FOR SOCKS. TIES. SHORTS. RUNNING SUITS. SWIM- 
SUITS, SHIRTS, HATS, WOMEN'S TOPS, UNDERWEAR. 
GOLF GLOVES AND GLOVES (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 7-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-9-1987. 



SN 683,416. C. & J. CLARK AMERICA, INC., KENNETT 
SQUARE, PA. FILED 9-10-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CUSHIONING SYSTEM", APART FROM THE 
MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR SHOES AND SHOE INSERTS (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 3-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-1-1987. 



BEAR TRACKS 



FOR SHOES (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 8-25-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-25-1987. 



SN 681,854. KANGAROOS U.S.A., INC., CHESTERFIELD, SN 684,361. STANWOOD CORPORATION, CHARLOTTE. 
MO. FILED 8-31-1987. NC. FILED 9-15-1987. 



DYNACOIL PACER 



FOR FOOTWEAR (US CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 7-30-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-30-1987. 



208-920 TMOG-88-8 - QL 3 



GAME READY 



FOR KNITTED SHIRTS. TOPS. JACKETS AND PANTS 
(U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 8-10-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-10-1987. 



TM 86 

CLASS 25— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 25— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 685,581. KAVITA IMPORTS CORP., NEW YORK, NY. SN 690,947 WARNACO INC.. NEW YORK, NY. FILED 
FILED 9-21-1987 10-22-1987. 



EXUMA 



OLGA-LITES 



FOR CLOTHING NAMELY, LADIES BLOUSES, 
SHIRTS, JUMPSUITS, SHORTS, JACKETS, DRESSES, 
TOPS AND BOTTOMS (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 8-5-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-5-1987. 



FOR BRAS (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 3-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 3-0-1986. 



SN 687.527 AMERICAN ARGO CORPORATION. NEW SN 692.447 SCHNAUBELT. CATHERINE, DBA SCHNAU- 
YORK. NY. FILED 10-2-1987. BELT SHORTS, CORAOPOLIS, PA FILED 10-29-1987. 





^Qchnaubelt 
horts 



THE LINING IN THE MARK ON THE DRAWING IS A 
FEATURE THEREOF AND DOES NOT INDICATE 
COLOR. 

FOR MENS. WOMENS. BOYS AND GIRLS SPORTS- 
WEAR. NAMELY SHIRTS. TOPS. JACKETS. SHORTS 
AND PANTS (U.S. CL. 39). 

RRST USE 8-21-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-21-1986. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SHORTS". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR SHORTS, JERSEYS. SKINSUITS. TIGHTS. AND 
SWEATSHIRTS (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 1-1-1982; IN COMMERCE 1-1-1982. 



SN 689.601. STANLY KNITTING MILLS. INC.. OAKBORO, 
NC. HLED 10-14-1987. 



SWEATER SOCKS 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SOCKS", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR KNITTED SLIPPERS (U.S. CL. 39). 
HRST USE 6-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1982. 



SN 690,363. UNITED STATES SHOE CORPORATION, 
THE, CINCINNATI. OH. FILED 10-19-1987. 



S0(M[!JM5 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 658.296. 

FOR WOMEN'S ACCESSORIES. NAMELY BELTS (U.S. 
CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 6-31-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-31-1987. 



SN 693.029. COOPER. MARY LOUISE, PERRINEVILLE. 
NJ. FILED 11-2-1987. 



^CA4f.J^XU^(^OOp0t 



FOR WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. 
NAMELY BLOUSES. SHIRTS. PANTS AND JEANS (U.S. 
CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 8-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1982. 



SN 693.267. STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER. PHILADEL- 
PHIA, PA. FILED 10-30-1987. 



Y.M. CLUB 



FOR MEN'S CLOTHING. NAMELY. SHIRTS (U.S. CL. 



39). 



FIRST USE 8-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1986. 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM87 



CLASS 25— (ConUnued). 



CLASS 25— (Continued). 



SN 693.397. DELROSSI. JODI. DBA ONE OF A KIND BY SN 694,001. CAROLINA GLOVE COMPANY, CONOVER, 
JODL PHILADELPHIA, PA. FILED 11-2-1987. NC. FILED 11-6-1987. 



DERRICK 




OHE OF A 



^\^ 



FOR GLOVES (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 5-21-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-21-1987. 



SN 694,869. SUTTON SHIRT CORP.. NEW YORK. NY 
FILED 11-12-1987. 



OLD BOY 



FOR MEN'S SHIRTS (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-(K1987. 



CLASS 26— FANCY GOODS 



FOR LADIES' SHIRTS AND BLOUSES (U.S. CL. 39). 
FIRST USE 11-15-1985; IN COMMERCE 11-15-1985. 



SN 689.191. BROWN, DEAN, DBA NATURE'S ENVY, 
COSTA MESA, CA. FILED 10-13-1987. 



SN 693,410. MAY COAT COMPANY, NEW HAVEN, CT. 
RLED 11-2-1987. 




NATURE'S 
ENVY 







® (D 



(XMihe. 



AY Coat 




THE CROSS-HATCHING IN THE DESIGN IS A FEA- 
TURE OF THE MARK AND IS NOT INTENDED TO INDI- 
CATE COLOR. 

FOR ARTIFICIAL PLANTS AND FLOWERS (U.S. CLS 
40 AND 50). 

FIRST USE 12-1-1983; IN COMMERCE 12-1-1983. 



CLASS 27— FLOOR COVERINGS 

SN 652.537. COLOROLL LIMITED. LANCASHIRE. ENG- 
LAND. FILED 4-1-1987. 



ROYAL SILK 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "COAT COMPANY'". APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR WOMAN'S CLOTHING. NAMELY DRESSES, 
SKIRTS, BLOUSES, JACKETS, COATS (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 10-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-9-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SILK", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR WALL COVERINGS AND DECORATIVE BOR- 
DERS FOR WALL COVERINGS (U.S. CL 37). 

FIRST USE 11-0-1983; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1984. 



TM 88 

CLASS 27— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE APRIL 5. 1988 

CLASS 28— TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS 



SN 663.648. DIVERSITECH GENERAL. INC . AKRON. OH SN 588.340 SOCCARD INDUSTRIES INC . TORONTO ON- 
FILED 5-29-1987 TARIO. CANADA. FILED 3-17-1986. 



STARLIGHTS 



FOR WALLCOVERINGS PRIMARILY OF PLASTIC 
(U.S. CL. 20). 
FIRST USE 2-15-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-15-1987. 



SN 680.000. ALL FELT PRODUCTS, INC., ONTARIO, CA. 
HLED 8-24-1987. 



AMPFAB 



SOCCARD 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON CANADA 
APPLICATION NO 549586. FILED 9-20-1985. REG NO. 
333529. DATED 10-30-1987. EXPIRES 10-30-2002. 

FOR EQUIPMENT SOLD AS A UNIT FOR PLAYING 
BOARD GAMES (U.S. CL. 22). 

FIRST USE 10-0-1985: IN COMMERCE 10-0-1985. 



SN 640.860 VICKERS. KENNETH E.. LONDON. ONTAR- 
IO. CANADA, FILED 1-21-1987. 



FOR SOUND REINFORCEMENT PROTECTIVE SPEAK- 
ER CARPET (US. CL. 42). 
FIRST USE 10-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-15-1986. 



SN 680.352. RUBBER FLOOR PRODUCTS. INC.. WHEA- 
TON. IL. FILED 8-24-1987. 



THUD RUGS 



OLIVE, THE OTHER 
REINDEER 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC 44(D) ON CANADA 
APPLICATION NO 572359. FILED 11-5-1986. REG NO. 
335870, DATED 12-31-1987, EXPIRES 12-31-2002. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE -REINDEER". APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN 

FOR STUFFED TOY ANIMALS (U.S. CL. 22). 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "RUGS". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR RUBBER FLOOR MATS (U.S. CL. 20). 
FIRST USE 6-29-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-29-1987. 



SN 695.457. INTERNATIONAL MARKETING GROUP. 
INC.. DBA PET EZE. VAN NUYS. CA. FILED 
11-16-1987. 



INSULMAT 



FOR PET MATS (U.S. CL. 50). 

FIRST USE 10-22-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-3-1987. 



SN 652.285. UNITED MODEL DISTRIBUTORS. 
WHEELING. IL. FILED 3-30-1987 



INC., 




101 



FOR TOY COMPONENTS. NAMELY ELECTRIC 
MOTORS AND ACCESSORIES THEREFOR FOR MODEL 
CARS, BOATS AND AIRPLANES (U.S. CL. 22). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1986. 



SN 697,538. INDEPENDENT CARPET DISTRIBUTORS, 
INC.. ST. LOUIS, MO. FILED 11-25-1987. 



GRANDE-WAY 



FOR FLOOR COVERING PRODUCTS NAMELY. CAR- 
PETS. PADDING. AREA RUGS AND LINOLEUM (U.S. 
CLS. 42 AND 50). 

FIRST USE 9-28-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-28-1986. 



SN 654.597. MATCHBOX INTERNATIONAL LIMITED. 
KOWLOON. HONG KONG. ASSIGNEE OF MATCHBOX 
TOYS (USA) LTD . MOONACHIE. NJ. FILED 4-13-1987. 



ROAD BLASTERS 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1.338.087 AND 1.341.055. 

FOR TOY VEHICLES (U.S. CL. 22). 

FIRST USE 12-2-1986; IN COMMERCE 12-2-1986. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 28— (Continued). CLASS 28— (Continued). 



TM89 



SN 658,474. SEATON, DOUGLAS D., TORONTO, ONTAR- 
IO, CANADA, FILED 5-1-1987. 



SN 679,181. EASY ART, INC.. EUGENE, OR. FILED 

8-18-1987. 




FOR EQUIPMENT SOLD AS A UNIT FOR PLAYING A 
BOARD GAME (U.S. CL. 22). 
FIRST USE 10-16-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-16-1986. 



POUR & PAINT 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "PAINT". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN 

FOR TOY KITS FOR MAKING TOY JEWELRY AND 
ORNAMENTS (U.S. CLS. 22 AND 50). 

FIRST USE 2-16-1985; IN COMMERCE 2-16-1985 



SN 680.070. NINTENDO OF AMERICA INC.. REDMOND 
WA. FILED 8-24-1987. 



THE LEGEND OF ZELDA 



FOR ELECTRONIC GAME PROGRAMS, ELECTRONIC 
GAME EQUIPMENT HAVING A VIDEO OUTPUT DIS 
PLAY AND PARTS THEREFOR (U.S. CLS. 22, 23 AND 38) 

FIRST USE 5-30-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-30-1987. 



SN 675.779. EVANGELISTA. FIORE, SPARTANBURG. SC. 
FILED 7-31-1987. 



SN 680,071. NINTENDO OF AMERICA INC., REDMOND, 
WA. FILED 8-24-1987. 




R^NnQU^TEp 




by Fjore 



KID ICARUS 



FOR ELECTRONIC GAME PROGRAMS, ELECTRONIC 
GAME EQUIPMENT HAVING A VIDEO OUTPUT DIS- 
PLAY AND PARTS THEREFOR (U.S. CLS. 22, 23 AND 38) 

FIRST USE 5-30-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-30-1987. 



SN 680.072. NINTENDO OF AMERICA INC.. REDMOND, 
WA. FILED 8-24-1987. 



FOR RAINPROOF GOLF BAG COVER (U.S. CL. 22). 
FIRST USE 2-12-1986; IN COMMERCE 4-28-1987. 



SN 676,773. TREVENA, CHARLES D., DBA G.B. HORNS 
DEVELOPMENT CO.. ELLISVILLE. MO. FILED 
8-6-1987. 



MOON BALL 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "BALL", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR BALL (U.S. CL. 22) 
FIRST USE 4-25-1985; IN COMMERCE 4-25-1985. 



METROID 



FOR ELECTRONIC GAME PROGRAMS. ELECTRONIC 
GAME EQUIPMENT HAVING A VIDEO OUTPUT DIS- 
PLAY AND PARTS THEREFOR (U.S. CLS. 22. 23 AND 38) 

FIRST USE 5-30-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-30-1987. 



SN 680,245. ATHLETIC TRAINING EQUIPMENT COMPA- 
NY. CLACKAMAS. OR. FILED 8-24-1987. 



PONZA ROOKIE 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,077.042. 

FOR BALL PITCHING MACHINE (U.S. CL. 22). 

FIRST USE 6-16-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-16-1987. 



TM90 

CLASS 28 — (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 28 — (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 682,741. HARLEQUIN ENTERPRISES LIMITED, DON 
MILLS, ONTARIO, CANADA, FILED 9-4-1987. 



SN 685,982. KARAKAL INTERNATIONAL SPORTING 
GOODS INC., LTD., TAICHUNG, TAIWAN. HLED 

9-24-1987. 



HARLEQUIN 



FOR JIGSAW PUZZLES (U.S. CL. 22). 

RRST USE 8-19-1985; IN COMMERCE 8-19-1985. 



SN 683.150 HOVIS AND MACLENNAN GAMES, 
DEARBORN, MI. FILED 9-8-1987. 



INC., 




FOR BOARD GAMES (U.S. CL. 22). 

RRST USE 3-10-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-10-1987. 



Q'TEC 



FOR BILLIARD CUES; POOL CUES; TENNIS RACK- 
ETS; TENNIS BALLS; TENNIS NETS; GOLF BALLS; 
GOLF CLUBS; SQUASH RACKETS; BADMINTON RACK- 
ETS; SHUTTLECOCKS; TABLE TENNIS BALLS; BOWL- 
ING BALLS; BASEBALLS; BASEBALL BATS; ROLLER 
SKATES; DUMB BELLS; JUMP ROPES; STATIONARY 
EXERCISE BICYCLES; SHIN GUARDS FOR ATHLETIC 
USE; EXERCISING EQUIPMENT, NAMELY ROWING 
MACHINES; EXERCISING EQUIPMENT, NAMELY 
CHEST EXPANDERS CONSISTING OF A SPRING WITH 
HANDLES AT EACH END FOR USE IN EXERCISING OF 
CHEST AND ARMS; AND EXERCISING EQUIPMENT, 
NAMELY HAND-HELD GRIPS CONSISTING OF A WIRE 
SPRING ATTACHED TO HANDLES FOR USE IN EXER- 
CISING OF HANDS (U.S. CL. 22). 

HRST USE 3-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-30-1987. 



SN 686,071. RICKSON, KENNETH B., DBA RICKSON ED. 
TOOLS CO., QUINCY, MA. FILED 9-24-1987. 



TRANSACT - 51 



FOR EDUCATIONAL STOCK MARKET BOARD GAME 
(U.S. CL. 22). 
FIRST USE 6-13-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-13-1987. 



SN 686,079. CONSTRUCTION TOYS, INC., MANHATTAN 
BEACH, CA. FILED 9-24-1987. 



CONSTRUCTION TOYS, INC. 



SN 683,151 HOVIS AND MACLENNAN GAMES, 
DEARBORN. MI. FILED 9-8-1987. 



INC.. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "TOYS, INC.", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR TOYS AND GAMES, NAMELY, GAMEBOARDS 
AND STUFFED TOYS (U.S. CL. 22). 

FIRST USE 3-6-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-^1987. 




SN 687,540. CONCORDIA PUBLISHING HOUSE. ST. 
LOUIS, MO. FILED 10-2-1987. 



JUDAH LION 



FOR BOARD GAMES (U.S. CL. 22). 

RRST USE 3-10-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-10-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "LION", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR HAND PUPPETS (U.S. CL. 22). 
HRST USE 1-15-1986; IN COMMERCE 1-15-1986. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 28— (Continued). CLASS 28— (Continued). 



TM91 



SN 688,137. RAND INTERNATIONAL LEISURE PROD- SN 693,277. OHIO ART COMPANY, THE, BRYAN OH 
UCTS, INC., FARMINGDALE, NY. FILED 10-5-1987. FILED 11-2-1987. 



STREET SURFER 



FOR COMBINATION SCOOTER AND SKATEBOARD 
(U.S. CL. 22). 
FIRST USE 8-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-1-1987. 



LIL' SPORT HORSE 
BASKETBALL 



OWNER OF U.S. REG NOS. 1,033,143 AND 1,033,144. 

NO CLAIM IS M\DE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "BASKETBALL", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SIfOWN. 

FOR PARLOR TYPE BASKETBALL GAME (U.S. CL. 
22). 

FIRST USE 2-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1987. 



SN 690,124. BLAZON-FLEXIBLE FLYER, INC., WEST 
POINT, MS. FILED 10-19-1987. 



TURBO TOT 



SN 693,279. OHIO ART COMPANY, THE, BRYAN, OH. 
FILED 11-2-1987. 



SKETCH A DOODLE 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "TOT", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR CHILD'S RIDING TOYS (U.S. CL. 22). 
FIRST USE 8-15-1987: IN COMMERCE 8-15-1987. 



SN 690,412. SNAPPY PLAYTHINGS, INC., LOS ANGELES, 
CA. FILED 10-19-1987. 



FOR DRAWING TOYS (U.S. CL. 22). 

FIRST USE 2-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1987. 



SN 693,414. OHIO ART COMPANY, THE, BRYAN, OH. 
FILED 11-2-1987. 



KALEID A SKETCH 



BACKSTAGE BEARS 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "BEARS", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR STUFFED TOYS (U.S. CL. 22). 
I HRST USE 9-25-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-25-1987. 



FOR COMBINATION DRAWING AND VIEWING TOY 
(U.S. CL. 22). 

FIRST USE 2-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1987. 



SN 693,869. CENTURI ENGINEERING CO., PENROSE, CO. 
FILED 11-6-1987. 



X-15 



SN 691,966. DAKIN, INC., DBA PRINCETON PLAY- 
THINGS, BRISBANE. CA. FILED 10-26-1987. 



PRINCETON PLAYTHINGS 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "PLAYTHINGS", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR STUFFED TOYS, DOLLS, DOLL CLOTHING AND 
DOLL FURNITURE (U.S. CL. 22). 

FIRST USE 10-12-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-12-1987. 



FOR MODEL ROCKETS, MODEL ROCKET KITS, AND 
PARTS THEREOF (U.S. CLS. 22 AND 50). 
FIRST USE 0-0-1977; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1977. 



SN 694,125. KENNER PARKER TOYS INC., BEVERLY. 
MA. FILED 11-6-1987. 



FINGLES 



FOR MODELLING COMPOUND AND TOY FINGER 
PUPPETS (U.S. CL. 22). 
FIRST USE 8-5-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-5-1987. 



TM92 

CXASS 28— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 28— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 694,550. CRYSTALLINE CREATIONS. INC., LEXING- SN 696,747. GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION, DE- 
TON, MA. FILED 11-9-1987. TROIT, MI. FILED 11-23-1987. 



THE GO MASTER 



FOR HAND HELD UNITS FOR PLAYING EI ECTRON- 
IC GAMES (U.S. CL. 22). 
FIRST USE 9-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 9-0-1985. 



SN 694,616. LIONEL TRAINS. INC., 
MI. FILED 11-6-1987. 



MOUNT CLEMENS, 




POWERMASTER 



FOR TOYS AND PLAYTHINGS; NAMELY. TOY VEHI- 
CLES, TOY CARS, BATTERY-OPERATED REMOTE AND 
RADIO-CONTROLLED TOY VEHICLES, AND FRICTION 
POWERED TOY VEHICLES (U.S. CL. 22). 

FIRST USE 10-9-1984; IN COMMERCE 10-9-1984. 



FOR TOYS ELECTRIC TRANSFORMERS (U.S. CLS. 21 
AND 22). 
HRST USE 12-0-1973; IN COMMERCE 12-0-1973. 



SN 696,750 GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION. DE- 
TROIT. MI. FILED 11-23-1987 



CHEVY 



SN 695,175. MATTEL, INC., HAWTHORNE, CA. FILED 
11-13-1987. 



STING ROD 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO 1,471.518. 

FOR TOYS AND PLAYTHINGS; NAMELY, TOY VEHI- 
CLES, TOY CARS, TOY MODEL BATTERY-OPERATED 
REMOTE AND RADIO-CONTROLLED TOY VEHICLES, 
FRICTION POWERED TOY VEHICLES AND HOBBY- 
CRAFT KITS (U.S. CL. 22). 

FIRST USE 4-30-1977; IN COMMERCE 4-30-1977. 



FOR TOY VEHICLES (U.S. CL. 22). 

RRST USE 10-23-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-23-1987. 



SN 696,826. CON-CAR, INC., PROVIDENCE, RI. FILED 
11-23-1987. 



TONE MASTER 



SN 696,714. ST. CROIX OF PARK FALLS. LTD., PARK 
FALLS, WI. FILED 1 1-9-1987. 



FOR EXERCISING TABLES (U.S. CL. 22). 
FIRST USE 1-20-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-25-1987. 



KA-HUN'A 



SN 6%,831. MORGAN INCORPORATED, KANSAS CITY, 
MO. FILED 11-23-1988. 



BIG BABIES 



FOR FISHING RODS (U.S. CL. 22). 

FIRST USE 8-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-1-1987. 



FOR TOYS, NAMELY, STUFFED TOYS (U.S. CL. 22) 
FIRST USE 11-4-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-4-1987. 



APRIL 5. 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 28— (Continued). CLASS 28— (Continued). 



TM93 



SN 696,855. MADSEN. LAMAR, DBA DONNMAR ENTER- SN 697,254. FUTURE SPORTS, INC.. MINNEAPOLIS MN 
PRISES. PORTLAND. OR FILED 11-23-1987. FILED 11-23-1987 



CHECK POINT 



ALUMA BROOM 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
FOR FISHING TACKLE. NAMELY HOOK SHARPEN- USE "BROOM". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN 
ERS (U.S. CLS. 22 AND 23) pOR SPORTING GOODS NAMELY BROOMBALL 

FIRST USE 6-27-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-27-1987. BROOMS (U.S. CL. 22). 

FIRST USE 11-30-1983; IN COMMERCE 11-30-1983. 



SN 696,863. EPOCH COMPANY, LTD, TAITO-KU, TOKYO, SN 697,410. ATARI GAMES CORPORATION MILPITAS 
JAPAN, FILED 11-23-1987. cA. FILED 11-24-1987. 



ALPHA KIDS 



APB 



FOR ALPHABET BLOCKS AND NOVELTY ITEMS ChTn^S's 'J^f'^X I')"^ "'^'''^ "^"^^ '^^ 
^F«ST uIe 7"I1^8'7;rcO,^i,y^E"^-f4 ""^^-^ ^^^ ^-"-"«'^ '^ ^^^^^^^^ '-«->'"• 



SN 696,919. ROSE GAMES CO., SAGINAW, MI. FILED 
11-23-1987. 



SN 697,704. PACIFIC BALLOON MFG. CO., INC., LOS AN- 
GELES, CA. FILED 11-27-1987. 



TOP JOKER 



FOR EQUIPMENT SOLD AS A UNIT FOR PLAYING A 
PARLOR GAME (U.S. CL. 22). 
FIRST USE 7-7-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-7-1987. 



SN 697,030. THOSE CHARACTERS FROM CLEVELAND, 
INC., CLEVELAND, OH. FILED 11-23-1987. 



CASTLE LOVELYLOCKS 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,405,426, 1,460,010 AND 
1.460,011. 
FOR TOY PLAYSETS (U.S. CL. 22). 
FIRST USE 6-15-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-15-1987. 




FOR BALLOONS (U.S. CLS. 22 AND 50). 

FIRST USE 10-10-1984; IN COMMERCE 10-10-1984. 



SN 697.726. FALONE BOARD GAMES, INC., WEBSTER, 
NY. FILED 11-27-1987. 



MEGAMERGER 



FOR BOARD GAMES (U.S. CL. 22). 

FIRST USE 11-6-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-20-1987. 



SN 697,210. BOULDER BOARDS, INC., BOULDER. CO. 
FILED 11-23-1987. 



SN 698,128. SUGAR, BONNIE, WOODLAND HILLS. CA. 
FILED 11-30-1987. 



AGGRESSION 



DONT BE BLUE 



FOR SPORTING GOODS, NAMELY SNOWBOARDS 
AND PARTS THEREFOR (U.S. CL. 22). 
FIRST USE 9-15-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-5-1987. 



FOR STUFFED TOYS, DOLLS, PLUSH TOYS (U.S. CL. 
22). 
FIRST USE 6-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1986. 



TM94 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CXASS 28— (Continued). 



CLASS 28— (Continued). 



SN 698,153. KOLOJAY GAMES, INC., TULSA, OK. FILED SN 699,061. A.C.P. SYSTEMS. INC., WOOD DALE. IL. 
11-30-1987. FILED 12-4-1987. 



WORLD AFFAIRS 



EXERSPORT 



FOR BOARD GAMES (US. CL. 22). 

FIRST USE 11-10-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-10-1987. 



FOR EXERCISE EQUIPMENT, NAMELY A CROSS 
COUNTRY SKIING SIMULATOR, AND BICYCLE WIND 
TRAINER (U.S. CL. 22). 

FIRST USE 10-13-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-13-1987. 



SN 698.356. WESTERN PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC., 
RACINE, WI FILED 11-23-1987. 



CLASS 29— MEATS AND PROCESSED FOODS 




OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS 955,654. 1,381,618 AND 
OTHERS. 

THE MARK CONSISTS OF THE WORDS "HI-HO! 
VIDEO" SUPERIMPOSED ON A FANCIFUL REPRESEN- 
TATION OF A VIDEO SCREEN BELOW WHICH ON 
EITHER SIDE IS A FANCIFUL FIGURE IN SILHOUETTE 
REPRESENTING A CHILD WATCHING TELEVISION. 

FOR EQUIPMENT AND APPARATUS SOLD AS A 
UNIT FOR PLAYING AN ELECTRONIC VIDEO GAME 
TO TEACH AND ENTERTAIN CHILDREN (US. CL. 22). 

FIRST USE 8-7-1987, FIRST USED IN ANOTHER FORM 
ON 1960; IN COMMERCE 8-7-1987. 



SN 619,407 INDUSTRIAS AVICOLAS DE PUERTO RICO, 
INC., COAMO, PUERTO RICO, FILED 9-10-1986. 



POLLO PICU 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "POLLO", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE SPANISH 
WORD "POLLO" IS "CHICKEN". 

FOR POULTRY PRODUCTS - WHOLE CHICKENS AND 
CHICKEN PARTS (U.S. CL. 46). 

FIRST USE 7-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1984. 



SN 637,140. EMPIRE KOSHER POULTRY INC., MIFFLIN- 
TOWN, PA. FILED 12-24-1986. 



EMPIRE PREMIUM FOODS 



SN 698,370. WHRITENOUR, EDWARD, MANASQUAN, NJ. 
RLED 12-1-1987. 



BOO-STA-LUR 



FOR ROCKET PROPELLED FISHING LURE AND BAIT 
LAUNCHER (U.S. CL. 22). 
HRST USE 6-0-1973; IN COMMERCE 11-14-1987. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,024,799, 1,404,273 AND 
OTHERS. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "PREMIUM FOODS", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR KOSHER FOOD ITEMS. NAMELY TURKEY PAS- 
TRAMI, TURKEY KIELBASA, TURKEY BURGERS AND 
SMOKED TURKEY BREAST (US CL. 46). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1986. 



SN 640.196. BERNARD MATTHEWS PLC, 
NORFOLK, ENGLAND. FILED 1-16-1987. 



NORWICH, 



SN 698,991. PLAYMATES TOYS INC., LA MIRADA. CA. 
RLED 12-4-1987. 



FISHY TISHIES 



GLITZIES 



FOR DOLLS AND ACCESSORIES FOR SUCH DOLLS 
(U.S. CL. 22). 
RRST USE 9-25-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-25-1987. 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON UNITED 
KINGDOM APPLICATION NO. 1271557, FILED 7-17-1986, 
REG. NO. 1271557, DATED 7-17-1986, EXPIRES 7-17-1993. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "FISHY", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR FISH AND SEAFOOD (U.S. CL. 46). 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 29— (Continued). CLASS 29— (Continued). 



TM95 



''^r^A.f ¥f ^ ^yi^^.^I'?. , CORPORATION, THE, SN 670,483. YATAI SUSHI, INC., LOS ANGELES, CA 
DALLAS, TX. FILED 2-6-1987. FILED 7-6-1987. 



POTATO THIX 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "POTATO", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR POTATO CHIPS (U.S. CL. 46). 
FIRST USE 7-9-1985; IN COMMERCE 7-9-1985. 




SN 654,746. QUONG HOP 4 COMPANY, SOUTH SAN 
FRANCISCO, CA. FILED 4-13-1987. 



SOY FRESH 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SOY", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR SOY-BASED FOOD BEVERAGE (U.S. CL. 45). 
FIRST USE 1-5-1970; IN COMMERCE 1-5-1970 



SN 669,126. MUSCO FOODS CORPORATION, MASPETH, 
NY. RLED 6-29-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SUSHI" AND "OBENTO", APART FROM THE 
MARK AS SHOWN. 

THE MARK CONSISTS IN PART OF FANCIFUL REP- 
RESENTATIONS OF A FAN, A SQUARE PLATE, AND 
CHOPSTICKS. 

THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE WORDS 
"OBENTO" AND "YATAI" IN THE MARK ARE "LUNCH" 
AND "PORTABLE STREET STAND". 

FOR PACKAGED SUSHI; FOR CONSUMPTION ON OR 
OFF THE PREMISES (U.S. CL. 46). 

FIRST USE 6-4-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-16-1987. 



SN 674,371. SOCIETE ANONYME DES FERMIERS 
REUNIS PAR ABREVIATION S.A.F.R., PARIS, 
FRANCE, FILED 7-24-1987. 



VANTA 



FOR CHEESE, CANNED VEGETABLES, CANNED 
nSH (U.S. CL. 46). 
RRST USE 1-8-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-8-1987. 



SN 669,255 MINONK DAIRY PRODUCTS, INC., MINONK, 
IL. RLED 6-29-1987. 



^rofr; 



ZIVNEY 




OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,064,584. 

THE DRAWING IS LINED FOR THE COLOR ORANGE 

FOR CHEESE (U.S. CL. 46). 

FIRST USE 4-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 12-8-1983. 



SN 688,977. SEASON PRODUCE CO., INC., LOS ANGELES, 
CA. FILED 10-13-1987. 



THE LINING IN THE DRAWING IS A FEATURE OF 
THE MARK AND DOES NOT INDICATE COLOR. 

FOR CHEESES WITH REDUCED SODIUM AND FAT 
(US CL. 46). 

FIRST USE 10-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-1-1986. 



SEASON'S 



FOR MIXED VEGETABLES (U.S. CL. 46). 
FIRST USE 0-0-1954; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1954. 



TM96 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 29— (Continued). 



CLASS 30— (Continued). 



SN 688,995. SAH PACKING ft SALES COMPANY, INC., SN 643,220. CHOCOLATE VENTURES, INC., DALLAS, TX 
DBA SAH PACKING CO., LOS ANGELES, CA. FILED FILED 2-6-1987. 

10-13-1987. 



S&H 



YELLOW ROSE 



FOR MIXED VEGETABLES (U.S. CL. 46). 
FIRST USE 0-0-1948; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1948. 



SN 688,996. SEASON PRODUCE CO., 
GELES, CA. FILED 10-13-1987. 



INC., THE, LOS AN- 



SEASON'S-BEST 



FOR MIXED VEGETABLES (U.S. CL. 46), 
FIRST USE 0-0-1950; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1950. 



FOR CANDIES AND CHOCOLATES (U.S. CL. 46). 
FIRST USE 1-21-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-22-1987. 



SN 656,456. TRADITIONAL MEDICINALS, INC., ROH- 
NERT PARK, CA. FILED 4-20-1987. 



FERTIL-A-TEA 



FOR HERB TEAS (U.S. CL. 46). 

FIRST USE 1-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-9-1987. 



SN 690,149. DEL MONTE CORPORATION, SAN FRANCIS- 
CO. CA. FILED 10-19-1987. 



YUMKINS 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,253,090. 

FOR DRIED FRUIT (U.S. CL. 46). 

FIRST USE 10-14-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-14-1987. 



SN 668,258. ODLUM GROUP LTD., SALLINS, NAAS 
COUNTY, KILDARE, IRELAND, FILED 6-23-1987. 



MCCANN'S 



SEC. 2(F). 

FOR OATMEAL (U.S. CL. 46). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1930; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1887. 



SN 690,205. DECO USA, INC., FOREST HILLS, NY. FILED 
10-19-1987. 



DECO 



FOR DEHYDRATED FOODS, NAMELY, CARROTS, 
RED PEPPERS, CELERY, TOMATOES AND RED BEET 
POWDER (U.S. CL. 46). 

RRST USE 5-17-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-17-1987. 



SN 668,917. DOUWE EGBERTS KONINKLUKE TABAKS- 
FABRIEK-KOFFIEBRANDERUEN-THEEHANDEL 
N.V., JOURE, NETHERLANDS, FILED 6-29-1987. 



PICKWICK 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO 935,034 AND OTHERS 
FOR COFFEE, INSTANT COFFEE, COFFEE-EX- 
TRACTS, GRAIN BASED COFFEE SUBSTITUTES, MIX- 
TURES OF COFFEE AND GRAIN BASED COFFEE SUB- 
STITUTES; TEA, TEA EXTRACTS. TEA SUBSTITUTES; 
COCOA, CHOCOLATE AND CHOCOLATE EXTRACTS IN 
POWDER, GRANULATED OR LIQUID FORM (U.S. CL. 
46). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1937: IN COMMERCE 0-0-1973. 



CLASS 30— STAPLE FOODS 



SN 636,351. SOCIETE DES PRODUITS NESTLE 
VEVEY, SWITZERLAND. FILED 12-22-1986. 



S.A., 



SN 670,824. EDWARDS BAKING COMPANY, ATLANTA, 
GA. FILED 7-8-1987. 



BERRY SWIRL 



KUP KOOKIES 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "BERRY", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR raOZEN CONFECTIONS (U.S. CL. 46). 
HRST USE 11-5-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-5-1986. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "KOOKIES". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR COOKIES (U.S. CL. 46) 
FIRST USE 5-21-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-21-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 30— (Continued). CLASS 30— (Continued). 



TM97 



SN 678,734 FLOWERS FAMILY BAKERIES, INC., DBA SN 688.683 COMMUNITY COFFEE COMPANY INC 
EUROPEAN BAKERS, WILMINGTON, DE. FILED BATON ROUGE, LA FILED 10-8-1987 

8-17-1987. 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CAKE", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR CAKES (U.S. CL. 46). 
FIRST USE 9-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-1-1986. 



COMMUNITY 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 227,922, 1,322,426 AND 
OTHERS. 

FOR OFFICE COFFEE KITS CONSISTING OF COFFEE, 
SUGAR, NON-DAIRY CREAMER AND COFFEE FILTERS 
(U.S. CLS. 31 AND 46). 

FIRST USE 7-0-1979; IN COMMERCE 7-0-1979. 



SN 688,836. BOYD COFFEE COMPANY, PORTLAND, OR. 
FILED 10-9-1987. 



SN 682,892. PILLSBURY COMPANY. THE, MINNEAPOLIS, 
MN. FILED 9-8-1987. 



MEDALLION 



TEMPTING TOPPINGS 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "TOPPINGS". APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR FROZEN PIZZA (U.S. CL. 46). 

FIRST USE 7-6-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-6-1987. 



SN 687.376. M & A CANDY CO. LTD., HAMILTON, ON- 
TARIO, CANADA, FILED 10-1-1987. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,341,288, 1,455,635 AND 
OTHERS. 
FOR COFFEE (U.S. CL. 46). 
FIRST USE 0-0-1935; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1935. 



CLASS 31— NATURAL AGRICULTURAL 
PRODUCTS 



SN 679,332. CURTICE-BURNS FOODS, INC.. 
NY. FILED 8-19-1987. 



ROCHESTER. 



M & A SNACK PACK 



THUNDERCLOUD 



OWNER OF CANADA REG. NO. 304048, DATED 
6-21-1985, EXPIRES 6-21-2000. 

OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,420,296. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SNACK PACK", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR CANDY (U.S. CL. 46). 



FOR UNPOPPED POPCORN (U.S. CLS. 1 AND 46). 
FIRST USE 7-16-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-16-1987. 



SN 690,169. RUBACARR 
FILED 10-19-1987. 



FARMS. PALM DESERT. CA. 



SN 688,157. MCCALLA-LACKEY ASSOCIATES, INC., DBA 
TUDDLEBURY, LTD., NORCROSS, GA. FILED 
10-5-1987. 



JOLLY GOOD LOLLYS 




FOR CANDY (U.S. CL. 46) 

FIRST USE 1-1-1985; IN COMMERCE 1-1-1985. 



FOR FRESH GRAPES (U.S. CL. 46). 

FIRST USE 5-28-1986; IN COMMERCE 5-28-1986. 



TM98 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 31— (Continued). 



CLASS 33— (Continued). 



SN 694,473. CASTLE * CCXJKE, INC., SAN FRANCISCO, 
CA. FILED 11-9-1987. 



SN 625,413. CONSORZIO CANTINE COOPERATIVE ITA- 
LIANE, ROMA, ITALY, FILED 10-15-1986. 




OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,278,240, 1,334,608 AND 
OTHERS. 

THE STIPPLING SHOWN IN THE DRAWING REPRE- 
SENTS SHADING AND IS NOT A FEATURE OF THE 
MARK. 

FOR FRESH VEGETABLES (U.S. CL 46). 

FIRST USE 6-12-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-12-1987. 



SN 696,851. DIAMOND BRANDS INCORPORATED, MIN- 
NEAPOLIS, MN. FILED 11-23-1987. 




PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON ITALY 
APPLICATION NO. 33870C, FILED 4-16-1986, REG. NO. 
474656, DATED 4-16-1986, EXPIRES 4-16-2006. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "WINE COOLER", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

THE DRAWING IS LINED FOR THE COLORS RED 
AND YELLOW. 

FOR WINE COOLER (U.S. CL. 47). 



FOREST FRESH 



SN 643,974. GLENMORE DISTILLERIES COMPANY, TA 
BOSTON DISTILLER, LOUISVILLE, KY. FILED 
2-10-1987. 



FOR CAT LITTER (US. CL. 1). 

FIRST USE 10-15-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-15-1987. 



BOSTON 



CLASS 33— WINES AND SPIRITS 



SN 622,260. YAYIN CORP, SEBASTOPOL, CA. FILED 
9-26-1986. 



GAN EDEN 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 357,921, 595.649 AND 
OTHERS. 
SEC. 2(F). 

FOR LIQUEURS (U.S. CL. 49). 
FIRST USE 8-26-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-26-1986. 



SN 661.647. LINDEMANS WINES PTY. LIMITED. LID- 
COMBE, NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA, HLEO 

5-15-1987. 



MATILDA BAY 



THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE FOREIGN 
WORDS "GAN EDEN" IN THE MARK IS "GARDEN OF 
EDEN" 

FOR WINE (U.S. CL. 47). 

FIRST USE 3-26-1986; IN COMMERCE 3-26-1986. 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON CANADA 
APPLICATION NO. 577848, FILED 2-9-1987 
FOR WINE COOLERS (U.S. CL. 47). 
FIRST USE 5-14-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-14-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM99 



CLASS 33— (Continued). 



CLASS 33— (Continued). 



SN 668,816 ROMPOPE SANTA CLARA, S.A. DE C.V , SAN SN 691,138. GUILD WINERIES AND DISTILLERIES AKA 
ANDRES TETEPILCO, MEXICO, FILED 6-26-1987. PACIFIC RIDGE VINEYARDS. LODI CA FILED 

I 10-22-1987. 



ROMPOPE 



PACIFIC RIDGE 



FOR LIQUEURS (U.S. CL. 49). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1974; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1974. 



SN 671,070. CRIST. HAGGIPAVLU & SONS LTD.. LIMAS- 
SOL. CYPRUS. FILED 7-10-1987. 




FOR WINE COOLERS (U.S. CL. 47). 

FIRST USE 9-16-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-16-1987. 



CLASS 34— SMOKERS' ARTICLES 

SN 466,911. REEMTSMA CIGARETTENFABRIKEN GMBH 
HAMBURG, FED REP GERMANY, ASSIGNEE OF 
GOLDEN GATE TOBACCO CORPORATION, SAN 
FRANCISCO, CA. FILED 2-23-1984. 



PRICE 



FOR CIGARETTES AND SMOKING TOBACCO (U.S. 
CL. 17). 

FIRST USE 10-14-1983; IN COMMERCE 10-14-1983. 



SN 547,320. JAPAN TOBACCO INC., MINATO-KU, TOKYO 
105, JAPAN, FILED 7-11-1985. 



COSMOS 



FOR CIGARETTES (U.S. CL. 17). 

FIRST USE 7-0-1984; IN COMMERCE 5-1-1985. 



THE STIPPLING AS DEPICTED ON THE HUMAN 
FIGURE IS FOR SHADING PURPOSES ONLY, AND THE 
STIPPLING AS DEPICTED ON THE BARREL IS A FEA- 
TURE OF THE MARK AND DOES NOT REPRESENT 
COLOR. 

FOR DISTILLED ALCOHOLIC SPIRITS, NAMELY, 
BRANDY AND OUZO (U.S. CL. 49). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1934; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1972. 



SN 693,382. 'LLOYD TRADING CO., 
FILED 11-2-1987. 



NEW YORK, NY. 



WATCH OUT! 



FOR CIGARETTE FILTERS (U.S. CL. 8). 
FIRST USE 9-23-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-24-1987. 



SN 687,852. VERAISON WINE CELLARS, INC., MILL- 
BROOK, NY. FILED 10-5-1987. 



HUNT COUNTRY RED 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "RED", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR WINE (U.S. CL. 47). 
FIRST USE 8-27-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-27-1987. 



SN 696,289. PHILIP MORRIS INCORPORATED, NEW 
YORK, NY. FILED 11-19-1987. 



CROWN'S 



FOR CIGARETTES (U.S. CL. 17). 

FIRST USE 10-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-1-1987. 



TM 100 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5. 1988 



CLASS 34— (Continued). 



CLASS 35— (Continued). 



SN 697.763. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, WIN- 
STON-SALEM. NC. FILED 11-27-1987. 



SN 614.337. LENDMAN GROUP, INC., THE, VIRIGINIA 
BEACH. VA. FILED 8-12-1986. 



MADEIRA GOLD 



TECHNIRAMA 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 793.219 AND 939,510. 

FOR CIGARETTES (U.S. CL. 17). 

FIRST USE 11-4-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-4-1987. 



FOR BUSINESS SERVICES, NAMELY. PROVIDING 
TECHNICAL CAREER PLACEMENT AND RECRUITING 
SERVICES AND PUBLIC RELATIONS AND MARKET- 
ING SERVICES. AND PROVIDING A TRADE SHOW FOR 
ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER PROFESSIONALS (U.S. 
CL. 101). 

FIRST USE S-6-1986; IN COMMERCE 5-6-1986. 



SN 697,768. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, WIN- 
STON-SALEM, NC. HLED 11-27-1987. 



REYBLEND 



SN 630,868. ALUMNET USA INCORPORATED, DE KALE. 
IL. FILED 11-17-1986. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 663.366. 

FOR CIGARETTES (U.S. CL. 17). 

FIRST USE 11-4-1987; IN COMMERCE U- 



-1987. 



AlumNet USA 



SERVICE MARKS 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "USA". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR CONDUCTING JOB FAIRS (U.S. CL. 101), 
FIRST USE 8-7-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-7-1986. 



CLASS 35— ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS 

SN 513.350. TEXTLINK. INC.. VIENNA. VA. FILED 
12-13-1984. 



SN 633,344. EQUICOR - EQUITABLE HCA SERVICE COR- 
PORATION, NEW YORK. NY. HLED 12-2-1986. 



TextLink 



FOR COMPUTERIZED INFORMATION SERVICES 
RENDERED IN VARIOUS FIELDS (U.S. CL. 101). 
FIRST USE 10-15-1984; IN COMMERCE 10-15-1984. 



niRSERVICES 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SERVICES", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR PROVIDING ADVICE AND CONSULTATION IN 
SETTING UP REVIEW PROGRAMS AS TO THE HOSPI- 
TAL CARE OF PATIENTS IN HOSPITALS, FOR THE 
PURPOSE OF MAINTAINING AND CONTROLLING HOS- 
PITALIZATION COSTS (U.S. CLS. 100, 101 AND 102). 

FIRST USE 3-15-1984; IN COMMERCE 3-15-1984. 



SN 550.691. FLEMING COMPANIES. INC.. OKLAHOMA. 
OK. HLED 7-29-1985. 



NUTRICARE 



FOR PROMOTING THE SALE OF THE GOODS AND/ 
OR SERVICES OF RETAIL FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS BY 
ARRANGING FOR SAID RETAILERS TO RECEIVE NU- 
TRITIONAL INFORMATIONAL MATERIALS FOR DIS- 
TRIBUTION TO THEIR CUSTOMERS (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE I0-0-I984; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1985. 



SN 646.122. PERFORMANCE MAXIMIZERS. INC.. SAN 
FRANCISCO. CA. FILED 2-24-1987. 



HIGHGAIN 



FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES. NAMELY. PROVID- 
ING WORKSHOPS. SEMINARS AND LECTURES IN THE 
FIELD OF BUSINESS PRODUCTIVITY (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 3-31-1986; IN COMMERCE 3-31-1986. 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM 101 



CLASS 35— (Continued). 

SN 646.714. PACIFIC TELESIS GROUP. SAN FRANCISCO, 
CA. FILED 2-26-1987. 



CLASS 35— (Continued). 

SN 659,468. TRI-CON, INC., DBA TRI-CON SERVICES, 
PORTLAND. OR. FILED 5-7-1987. 



CALLTo 

ypVENTURE 



Remember The Eagle' 



TRl 



U^ON 



SERVICES 



FOR PROMOTING THE GOODS AND SERVICES OF 
OTHERS THROUGH USE OF BONUS PROGRAMS FOR 
FREQUENT TELECOMMUNICATIONS USERS (U.S. CL. 
101). 

FIRST USE 12-26-1985; IN COMMERCE 12-26-1983 



SN 646,786. INTELLITEK COMPUTER* CORPORATION, 
LEXINGTON, KY. FILED 2-27-1987. 



INTELLITEK 



FOR BUSINESS SERVICES FEATURING ADDRESS 
MANAGEMENT OF MAIL FOR OTHERS, MICROFILM- 
ING SERVICES, AND DATA PROCESSING SERVICES 
(U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 6-3-1985; IN COMMERCE 6-3-1985. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SERVICES", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR BUSINESS MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERV- 
ICES (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 6-6-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-6-1986. 



SN 660,370. IOWA AMBASSADORS, DES MOINES, lA. 
FILED 5-11-1987. 



SN 655,769. PACIFIC TELESIS GROUP, SAN FRANCISCO, 
CA. FILED 4-17-1987. 



PROGRESS INTELLIGENTLY 
PLANNED 

I 

FOR PROMOTING THE GOODS AND SERVICES OF 
OTHERS THROUGH THE DISTRIBUTION OF PRINTED 
MATERIAL (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 8-5-1983; IN COMMERCE 8-5-1983. 




SN 655,835 COMPAREX INFORMATION SYSTEMS, S.A.. 
BRUSSELS, BELGIUM, FILED 4-17-1987. 



BRAIN POWER 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON BENELUX 
CONV APPLICATION NO 695331, FILED 3-25-1987, REG. 
NO. 152246, DATED 3-25-1987. EXPIRES 3-25-1996. 

FOR MARKETING RESEARCH SERVICES; MANAGE- 
MENT CONSULTING SERVICES; AND COMPUTER IN- 
FORMATION STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL SERVICES 
(U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). 



Iowa 
Ambassadors 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "IOWA". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR PROMOTING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN 
THE STATE OF IOWA (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 1-28-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-28-1987. 



208-920 TMOG-88-9 - QL 3 



TM 102 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5. 1988 



CLASS 35— (Continued). 



CLASS 35— (Continued). 



SN 662,830. LOT-O-RIA. INC.. JACKSON, MS. FILED SN 683,476. ASM COMMUNICATIONS. INC., NEW YORK. 
5-26-1987. NY. FILED 9-11-1987. 




ADSPO 



FOR PROMOTING THE GOODS AND/OR SERVICES 
OF OTHERS BY CONDUCTING PROMOTIONAL CON- 
TESTS AND DISTRIBUTING PRINTED MATERIALS DE- 
SIGNED FOR CONTESTS (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 5-9-1986; IN COMMERCE 5-9-1986. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1.379.492 AND 1.442.070. 

FOR ARRANGING AND CONDUCTING ADVERTIS- 
ING TRADE SHOWS AND BUSINESS CONFERENCES 
(U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 10-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-0-1986. 



SN 672.617. PALACE STATION. INCORPORATED. LAS 
VEGAS, NV. FILED 7-17-1987. 




BkLACEShMTIQN 




SN 683.761. FLORIDA INFORMANAGEMENT SERVICES, 
INC.. ORLANDO, FL. FILED 9-14-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "HOTEL-CASINO", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR PROVIDING CONVENTION ft BANQUET FACILI- 
TIES AND SERVICES (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 11-20-1985; IN COMMERCE 11-20-1985. 



SN 683.117. CARRIERO. THOMAS R., LAPEER, MI. FILED 
9-8-1987. 




From The Air 



FOR ADVERTISING THE GOODS AND SERVICES OF 
OTHERS BY DISPLAYING ADVERTISING ON RADIO 
CONTROLLED BALLOONS (U.S. CL. 101). 

HRST USE 5-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-20-1987. 



THE DRAWING IS LINED FOR THE COLOR BLUE. 

THE MARK CONSISTS OF A STYLIZED DOLLAR 
SIGN. 

FOR COMPUTER ASSISTANCE TO FINANCIAL INSTI- 
TUTIONS FOR LEDGER AND REPORTING SERVICES 
(U.S. CLS. 101 AND 102). 

RRST USE 2-0-1975; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1975. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 35— (Continued). CLASS 35— (Continued). 



TM 103 



SN 683.888, TODDLER U, INC . WESTPORT, CT. FILED SN 687,854. SISTERS OF MERCY HEALTH CORPORA- 
9-14-1987. TION, DBA SISTERS OF MERCY HEALTH CARE, 

MASON CITY, lA. FILED 10-5-1987. 




SILVER ADVANTAGE 



FOR PROMOTING THE SERVICES OF HEALTH CARE 
INSTITUTIONS THROUGH THE DISTRIBUTION OF 
PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS AND BY RENEfERING 
MERCHANDISING ADVICE (U.S. CL. 101), 

FIRST USE 5-14-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-14-1987. 



FOR CONSULTING SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF 
MARKETING OF SHOES (U.S. CL. 101). 
FIRST USE 5-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-1-1987. 



SN 690,147. IOWA POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY, DBA 
IOWA POWER, DES MOINES, lA. FILED 10-19-1987. 



SN 684,892. QUANTUM RESOURCES 
RICHMOND, VA. FILED 9-18-1987. 



CORPORATION, 



QUANTUM RESOURCES 



FOR TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT PERSONNEL 
PLACEMENT SERVICES (U.S. CL. 101). 
FIRST USE 7-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-1-1987. 




SN 685,759. FORETHOUGHT LIFE INSURANCE COMPA- 
NY. BATESVILLE, IN. FILED 9-22-1987. 



LIFELINE 



FOR MAINTAINING A REGISTRY OF INFORMATION 
CONCERNING INDIVIDUAL FUNERAL PLAN CHOICES 
AND RELATED PERSONAL INFORMATION AND ISSU- 
ING IDENTIFICATION CARDS TO SUBSCRIBERS AND 
POTENTIAL SUBSCRIBERS TO THOSE PLANS (U.S. CLS. 
100 AND 101). 

HRST USE 9-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-9-1987. 



Energy Adviser 



FOR MARKETING AND PROMOTION OF PUBLIC 
UTILITY SERVICES (U.S. CL. 101). 
FIRST USE 9-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-9-1987. 



SN 686.345. HENDERSON, VICTORIA. DBA DYNAMIC 
OFFICE MANAGEMENT, TEMPLE HILLS. MD. FILED 
9-25-1987. 



SN 690.549. MCGRAW-HILL, 
FILED 10-16-1987. 



INC., NEW YORK, NY. 



DYNAMIC OFFICE 
MANAGEMENT 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "OmCE MANAGEMENT", APART FROM THE 
MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR CONSULTING SERVICES TO BUSINESSES AND 
INDIVIDUALS (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 5-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 5-1-1986. 



RESEARCHNET 



FOR COMPUTER-ASSISTED TELEPHONE MARKET 
RESEARCH INTERVIEWING AND REPORTING SERV- 
ICE (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 12-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 12-0-1985. 



TM 104 OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 36— INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL CLASS 36— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 524,531. OWENS-ILLINOIS, INC., TOLEDO, OH. FILED SN 622,221. DENT-A-MED, INC., FAYETTEVILLE, AR. 
2-28-1985. FILED 9-2fr-1986. 




ouqtain 
Plaza 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "PLAZA". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

THE LINING AND STIPPLING SHOWN ON THE 
MARK IS A FEATURE OF THE MARK AND DOES NOT 
INDICATE COLOR. 

THE MARK CONSISTS, IN PART, OF A PORTRAYAL 
OF A FOUNTAIN AND ITS ASSOCIATED SCULPTURE. 

FOR RENTAL AND MANAGEMENT OF RETAIL, 
BANKING, RESTAURANT AND OFFICE SPACE (U.S. 
CLS. 101 AND 102). 

FIRST USE 8-31-1984; IN COMMERCE 8-31-1984. 



DENT-A-MED INC. THE 
BETTER WAY TO HANDLE 
HEALTH CARE EXPENSES 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "INC." AND "THE BETTER WAY TO HANDLE 
HEALTH CARE EXPENSES", APART FROM THE MARK 
AS SHOWN. 

FOR CREDIT CARD SERVICE, NAMELY PROVIDING 
FINANCING FOR DENTAL AND MEDICAL EXPENSES 
(U.S. CL. 102). 

FIRST USE 7-0-1984; IN COMMERCE 7-0-1984. 



SN 628,163. HERMAN MILLER, INC., ZEELAND, MI. 
FILED 11-3-1986. 



SN 537,091. MARYLAND BANK 
FILED 5-13-1985. 



N.A., NEWARK. DE. 



THE HERMAN MILLER 
PROMISE 



GOLD STANDARD 



FOR BANKING SERVICES OFFERED TO ONLY CUS- 
TOMERS HOLDING CREDIT CARDS ISSUED BY THE 
PROVIDER (U.S. CL. 102). 

FIRST USE 4-5-1985; IN COMMERCE 4-5-1985. 



SN 580,969. BARCLAYS BANK PLC, NEW YORK, NY. 
FILED 2-3-1986 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 772,411, 1,340,560 AND 
OTHERS. 

FOR PROVIDING A WARRANTY PROGRAM FOR 
OFFICE FURNISHINGS FEATURING QUALITY AUDITS, 
TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES AND GUARANTEED MOVE- 
IN DATES (U.S. CL. 102). 

FIRST USE 3-20-1986; IN COMMERCE 3-20-1986. 



SN 641,629. AMERICAN RE-INSURANCE 
NEW YORK, NY. FILED 1-28-1987. 



COMPANY, 



BARCLAYSLINE 



FAST FAC 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,170,538, 1,294,901 AND 
OTHERS. 

FOR HOME EQUITY LENDING SERVICES (U.S. CL. 
102). 

RRST USE 11-5-1985; IN COMMERCE 11-5-1985. 



FOR INSURANCE SERVICES CONSISTING OF PRO- 
VIDING INSURANCE COMPANIES WITH COMPUTER- 
IZED INFORMATION REGARDING FACULTATIVE 
CASUALTY AND PROPERTY REINSURANCE (U.S. CLS. 
101 AND 102). 

FIRST USE 7-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 7-0-1985. 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM 105 



CLASS 36— (Continued). 



CLASS 36— (Continued). 



SN 641,697. CATHOLIC HEALTHCARE WEST, BURLIN- SN 649,825. NEWPORT NEWS SAVINGS BANK NEW- 
GAME, CA. FILED 1-28-1987. PORT NEWS, VA. FILED 3-17-1987. 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "65 PLUS", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR SERVICES RENDERED TO PROGRAM MEMBERS 
WHO ARE 65 YEARS OR OLDER, NAMELY, FINANCIAL 
COUNSELING IN MEDICARE AND OTHER HOSPITAL 
INSURANCE BENEFITS AND ASSISTANCE IN COM- 
PLETING MEDICARE FORMS; FINANCIAL ASSIST- 
ANCE TO ELIGIBLE PROGRAM MEMBERS IN PAYING 
HOSPITAL INSURANCE DEDUCTIBLES, COINSURANCE 
AND OTHER OUT-OF-POCKET HOSPITAL EXPENSES 
(U.S. CL. 102). 

FIRST USE 7-16-1985; IN COMMERCE 7-16-1985. 



SN 642,743. HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORPORATION, 
PROSPECT HEIGHTS. IL ASSIGNEE OF HOUSEHOLD 
COMMERCIAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC., PROS- 
PECT HEIGHTS, IL. FILED 2-3-1987. 



HOUSEHOLD 
COMMERCIAL 



FOR COMMERCIAL FINANCIAL SERVICES, NAMELY 
REAL ESTATE FINANCING AND LEASING, BUSINESS 
AND CAPITAL EQUIPMENT FINANCING AND AC- 
COUNTS RECEIVABLE AND OTHER BUSINESS ASSET 
FINANCING (U.S. CL. 102). 

FIRST USE 11-24-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-24-1986. 



Newport News 
Savings Bank 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SAVINGS BANK", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

THE MARK CONSISTS IN PART OF A STYLIZED 
DOUBLE "N" DESIGN. 

FOR BANKING AND RELATED BANKING SERVICES 
(U.S. CL. 102). 

FIRST USE 2-1 1-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-13-1987. 



SN 650,703. INTERSTATE SECURITIES, INC., 
LOTTE, NC. FILED 3-23-1987. 



CHAR- 




FOR STOCK BROKERAGE SERVICES AND FINAN- 
CIAL INVESTMENT ADVISORY SERVICE (U.S. CLS. 101 
AND 102). 

FIRST USE 12-24-1986; IN COMMERCE 12-24-1986. 



SN 648,912. BANC ONE CORPORATION, COLUMBUS, OH. 
FILED 3-11-1987. 



SN 652,359. CONFEDERATION LIFE INSURANCE COM- 
PANY, TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, FILED 

3-30-1987, 



EQUITY MONEY SERVICE 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SERVICE", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR BANKING SERVICES, NAMELY, CREDIT LINE 
SERVICES SECURED BY NON-PURCHASE MONEY 
MORTGAGE (U.S. CL. 102). 

FIRST USE 9-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-1-1986. 



CONFEDCARE 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 957,792 AND 964,872. 

FOR UNDERWRITING AND/OR ADMINISTERING 
HEALTH INSURANCE FOR OTHERS (U.S. CLS. 101 AND 
102). 

FIRST USE 7-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-0-1986. 



TM 106 

CLASS 36— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 36— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 653,009. MARINER GROUP, INC., DBA MGI INSUR- 
ANCE AGENCY SERVICES, ROSEMONT. PA. FILED 

4-3-1987. 



SN 659,271. INTERNATIONAL 
LTD., BOSTON, MA. RLED 



INSURANCE 

1987. 



GROUP, 




MGI 



INSUR.\NCE AGENCY 
SER\ICES 




InterNational 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "INTERNATIONAL", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR INSURANCE BROKERAGE SERVICES (U.S. CLS. 
101 AND 102). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1984; IN COMMERCE 7-0-1984. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "INSURANCE AGENCY SERVICES", APART FROM 
THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR INSURANCE AGENCY SERVICES (U.S. CL. 102). 

FIRST USE 10-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1986. 



SN 664,839. MOBILE HOME DIVISION OF FLORIDA, 
INC., FT. LAUDERDALE, FL. FILED 6-5-1987. 



MHD 



FOR INSURANCE UNDERWRITING SERVICES IN THE 
FIELD OF MOBILE HOMES AND TRAVEL TRAILERS 
(U.S. CL. 102). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1964; IN COMMERCE 5-5-1987. 



SN 657,689. MEDICAL SERVICE CORPORATION OF 
EASTERN WASHINGTON, DBA MSC AND DBA MEDI- 
CAL SERVICE CORPORATION, SPOKANE, WA. 
FILED 4-27-1987. 



SN 666,365. TRANS ELITE GROUP, INC., GARDEN CITY, 
NY. FILED 4-15-1987. 



/MC 




FOR PROVISION OF PREPAID HEALTH CARE COV- 
ERAGE THROUGH CONTRACTUAL RELATIONSHIPS 
WITH SUBSCRIBERS AND WITH PROFESSIONAL AND 
HOSPITAL PROVIDERS (U.S. CL. 102). 

nRST USE 3-2-1987, FIRST USED IN ANOTHER FORM 
ON MARCH 8, 1976.; IN COMMERCE 3-2-1987, FIRST 
USED IN COMMERCE IN ANOTHER FORM ON MARCH 
8, 1976.. 



THE LINING IS A FEATURE OF THE MARK AND 
DOES NOT INDICATE COLOR. 

FOR INSURANCE UNDERWRITING, BROKERAGE 
AND CONSULTING SERVICES (U.S. CLS. 101 AND 102). 

FIRST USE 1-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-1-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 36— (Continued). CLASS 36— (Continued). 



TM 107 



SN 667,273. SERVICE CENTERS CORPORATION, SOUTH- 
FIELD, MI. FILED 6-19-1987. 



SN 677,353. FIRST COLONY LIFE INSURANCE COMPA- 
NY, LYNCHBURG, VA. FILED 8-10-1987. 




.The. 



SERVICE CENIH5S 



SMART Money 

401k Plan 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "401 K PLAN", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR ADMINISTERING EMPLOYEE SAVINGS AND 
RETIREMENT PLANS (U.S. CL. 102). 

FIRST USE 7-14-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-14-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SERVICE CENTERS", APART FROM THE MARK 
AS SHOWN. 

THE MARK CONSISTS IN PART OF THE STYLIZED 
LETTERS "SC". 

FOR CREDIT UNION SERVICES (U.S. CL. 102). 

FIRST USE 3-31-1984; IN COMMERCE 5-8-1987. 



SN 678,375. BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD, CONCORD, NH 
HLED 8-14-1987. 



SN 668,008. LOS PADRES SAVINGS BANK, SOLVANG. 
CA. FILED 6-22-1987. 



LOS PADRES SAVINGS 
BANK 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SAVINGS BANK", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE WORDS "LOS 
PADRES" IN THE MARK IS "THE FATHERS". 

FOR BANKING SERVICES (U.S. CL. 102). 

FIRST USE 2-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-1-1987. 



SN 676,046. HUNTINGTON BANCSHARES INCORPORAT- 
ED, COLUMBUS, OH. FILED 8-3-1987. 



JIGold 



FOR HEALTH INSURANCE UNDERWRITING SERV- 
ICES (U.S. CL. 102). 
FIRST USE 5-29-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-29-1987. 




^o^iTfiRrCirvrrts 



SN 685,466. GREATER NEW YORK SAVINGS BANK, 
THE, NEW YORK, NY. FILED 9-21-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "FUNDS", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

THE LINING IS A FEATURE OF THE MARK AND 
DOES NOT IhOJICATE COLOR. 

FOR INVESTMENT SERVICES RELATING TO MONEY 
MARKET FUNDS (U.S. CL. 102). 

FIRST USE 5-27-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-27-1987. 



THE GREATER CARD 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CARD", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR BANKING SERVICES; NAMELY, AUTOMATIC 
TELLER MACHINES (U.S. CL. 102). 

FIRST USE 11-5-1983; IN COMMERCE 11-5-1983. 



TM 108 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 36— (Continued). 



CLASS 36— (Continued). 



SN 687,013. MOBIL OIL CORPORATION, NEW YORK, NY. 
RLED 9-29-1987. 



SN 688,282. AMERICAN SECURITY BANK, N.A., WASH- 
INGTON, DC. FILED 10-6-1987. 



Mobil! 




HOME SECURITY LINE 



OWNER OF US REG NOS. 669,094 AND 1,104,561 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "LINE", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR BANKING SERVICES, NAMELY EXTENDING A 
HOME EQUITY LINE OF CREDIT (US CL. 102). 

FIRST USE 6-22-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-22-1987. 



SN 688,490. MASTERCARD INTERNATIONAL INCORPO- 
RATED, NEW YORK, NY. FILED 10-7-1987. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,028,163, 1,338,384 AND 
OTHERS. 

THE LINING IS A FEATURE OF THE MARK AND 
NOT FOR COLOR 

FOR CREDIT CARD AND DEBIT CARD SERVICES 
(U.S. CL. 102). 

RRST USE 7-23-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-23-1987. 




SN 687,074. E. F. HUTTON & COMPANY INC., NEW 
YORK, NY. FILED 9-30-1987. 



VOLTS 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 867,698, 1,285,549 AND 
OTHERS. 

THE LINING ON THE DRAWING IS A FEATURE OF 
THE MARK AND DOES NOT INDICATE COLOR. 

FOR CREDIT AND DEBIT CARD SERVICES, CARD 
AUTHORIZATION AND SETTLEMENT SERVICES 
FRAUD AND COURTERFEIT CONTROL SERVICES AND 
AUTOMATIC TELLER MACHINE SERVICES (U.S. CL. 
102). 

FIRST USE 2-26-1986; IN COMMERCE 2-26-1986. 



FOR UNDERWRITING AND BROKERAGE OF DEBT 

SECURITIES (U.S. CLS. 101 AND 102) 
FIRST USE 8-28-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-28-1987. 



SN 689,446. VISA INTERNATIONAL SERVICE ASSOCIA- 
TION, SAN MATEO. CA. FILED 10-8-1987 



SN 687,313. GUARANTY BANK & TURST COMPANY, 
WORCHESTER, MA. FILED 10-1-1987. 



MCAS 



FOR CREDIT AND DEBIT AUTHORIZATION SERV- 
ICES (U.S. CL 102). 
FIRST USE 4-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1986. 



iteUeriimi 

I 24 hout banking 



SN 689,990. EWING AND CLARK, INCORPORATED, 
ATTLE, WA. FILED 10-16-1987. 



SE- 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 981,408, 1,137,629 AND 
OTHERS 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "24 HOUR BANKING", APART FROM THE MARK 
AS SHOWN 

THE LINING IN THE MARK COMPRISES A FEATURE 
AND DOES NOT INDICATE COLOR. 

FOR BANKING SERVICES BY TELEPHONE-NAMELY 
PROVIDING ACCOUNT INFORMATION (U.S. CL. 102). 

FIRST USE 6-2-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-2-1987. 




FOR REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE SERVICES (U.S. 
CLS. 101 AND 102). 
FIRST USE 0-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1978. 



APRIL 5. 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM 109 



CLASS 36— (Continued). 



CLASS 37— (Continued). 



SN 691.317. SOCIETY OF HISPANIC PROFESSIONAL EN- SN 647,454. DEE SIGN CO., CINCINNATI, OH FILED 
GINEERS, INC.. THE, LOS ANGELES, CA. FILED 3-2-1987. 

10-23-1987. 




Dee: The Sign 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,129,931 AND 1,164,860. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "THE SIGN", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR FABRICATION OF SIGNS TO THE ORDER AND 
SPECIFICATION OF OTHERS (U.S. CL. 103). 

FIRST USE 10-1-1985; IN COMMERCE 10-1-1985. 



FOR PROVIDING SCHOLARSHIPS TO DISADVAN- 
TAGED SPANISH SPEAKING STUDENTS (U.S. CL. 102). 
FIRST USE 4-1-1974; IN COMMERCE 4-1-1974. 



SN 692.358. SALOMON BROTHERS INC, NEW YORK, NY. 
FILED 10-29-1987. 



SN 653,478. VANDERHORST, JOHN R., TOLEDO, OH. 
FILED 4-7-1987. 



TERMS 



ALL-KLEEN 



FOR INVESTMENT SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF 
MORTGAGE-BACKED BONDS (U.S. CL. 102). 
FIRST USE 6-15-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-15-1987. 



FOR CARPET CLEANING SERVICES, HOUSE CLEAN- 
ING SERVICES, JANITORIAL SERVICES AND BUILD- 
ING REHABILITATION SERVICES (U.S. CL. 103). 

FIRST USE 11-17-1985; IN COMMERCE 11-17-1985. 



SN 692,592. MERRILL LYNCH A CO., INC., NEW YORK. 
NY. nLED 10-30-1987. 



DISTRIBUTION DECISION 



FOR PERSONALIZED FINANCIAL ANALYSIS SERV- 
ICES (U.S. CL. 102). 
RRST USE 10-1-1987; IN CXDMMERCE 10-1-1987. 



SN 658,323. POLYZOS ENTERPRISES, INC., HAMPTON, 
VA. FILED 5-1-1987. 



CLASS 37— CONSTRUCnON AND REPAIR 



SN 636,068. DIP-STICK, INC.. THE, GRAND RAPIDS. MI. 
FILED 12-18-1986 



THE DIP-STICK 




FOR VEHICLE LUBRICATION SERVICES (U.S. CL. 
103). 
FIRST USE 4-1-1980; IN COMMERCE 3-19-1981. 



FOR LAUNDRY AND DRYCLEANING SERVICES (U.S. 
CL. 103). 
_ FIRST USE 2-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-1-1987. 



TM 110 

CLASS 37— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 37— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 658,987. CL LICENSING CORPORATION, WILMING- 
TON. DE. FILED 5-4-1987. 



SN 671,713. WIZARD CO., INC., GARDEN CITY, NY. 
FILED 7-13-1987. 



MWisJ^im 



FOR INDOOR PEST CONTROL SERVICES (U.S. CL. 
103). 
FIRST USE 4-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-1-1987. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 849,305, 1,399,851 AND 
OTHERS. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "LUBE", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

THE MARK "AVIS" IS LINED FOR RED 

FOR CAR MAINTENANCE SERVICES. NAMELY, LU- 
BRICATION SERVICES, OIL CHANGE SERVICES, OIL 
AND AIR FILTER REPLACEMENT SERVICES, MAINTE- 
NANCE CHECKING SERVICES, AND REPLACEMENT 
OF STEERING. BRAKE, TRANSMISSION, BATTERY, 
AND WINDSHIELD WASHER FLUIDS, AND THE LIKE 
(U.S. CL. 103). 

FIRST USE 6-26-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-26-1987. 



SN 666,614 BEST BAD COMPANY, INC., THE, SUN 
VALLEY, CA. FILED 6-15-1987. 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "AUTOMOTIVE DETAILING COMPANY", APART 
FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

THE MARK IS LINED FOR THE COLOR RED. 

FOR AUTOMOBILE BODY MODIFICATIONS AND 
PAINT DETAILING AND MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR 
SERVICES FOR COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING (U.S. CL. 
103). 

FIRST USE 1-5-1985; IN COMMERCE 4-1-1985. 



SN 671.733. WIZARD CO.. INC.. GARDEN CITY, NY. 
FILED 7-13-1987. 




SN 668,411. SAILCARE, INC., FORD CITY, PA. FILED 
6-25-1987. 



WE PUT THE WIND BACK 
IN YOUR SAILS 



FOR CLEANING, REPAIRING AND RESTORING 
SAILS (U.S. CL. 103). 
HRST USE 2-2-1986; IN COMMERCE 2-2-1986. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 849,305, 1,399,851 AND 
OTHERS. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "LUBE", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

THE MARK "AVIS" IS LINED FOR RED, "LUBE" IS 
LINED FOR GRAY. 

FOR CAR MAINTENANCE SERVICES, NAMELY, LU- 
BRICATION SERVICES, OIL CHANGE SERVICES, OIL 
AND AIR FILTER REPLACEMENT SERVICES, MAINTE- 
NANCE CHECKING SERVICES, AND REPLACEMENT 
OF STEERING, BRAKE, TRANSMISSION, BATTERY. 
AND WINDSHIELD WASHER FLUIDS, AND THE LIKE 
(U.& CL. 103). 

FIRST USE 6-26-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-26-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 37— (Continued). CXASS 37— (Continued). 



TM 111 



SN 676,040. BURTECH, ENCINO, CA. FILED 8-3-1987. 



Burtech 



lU 



SN 679,075. LOADMASTER SYSTEMS, INC., TUCSON. AZ. 
FILED 8-17-1987. 



NU-VAULT 



FOR REPAIRING CONCRETE VAULTS TO RESTORE 
THEM TO A WATER-FREE CONDITION (U.S. CL. 103). 
FIRST USE 1-30-1986; IN COMMERCE 1-30-1986. 



THE MARK CONSISTS IN PART OF THE STYLIZED 
LETTER "B". 
FOR ROOFING CONSULTING SERVICES (U.S. CL. 103). 
FIRST USE 9-23-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-28-1986. 



SN 677,827. E.E. WINE, INC., MANASSAS. VA. FILED 
8-11-1987. 



QuikServ 



SN 681.179. STERITECH GROUP, INC., THE, CHAR-" 
LOTTE, NC. FILED 8-28-1987. 



STERITECH 



FOR EXTERMINATING SERVICES (U.S. CL. 103). 
FIRST USE 12-23-1985; IN COMMERCE 12-23-1985. 



SN 687,008. SCHNEIDER, JOEL J., CHARLOTTE, NC. 
FILED 9-29-1987. 



FOR MOTOR VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SERVICES 
(U.S. CL. 103). 

FIRST USE 6-30-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-30-1986. 



SN 677,851. CHAMPION BUILDING SYSTEMS, INC., 
LORTON, VA. FILED 8-11-1987. 



TERRA DECKS 



MECHANIC TO GO 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "MECHANIC", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE SERVICES FOR 
AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLES (U.S. CL. 103). 

FIRST USE 1-2-1975; IN COMMERCE 1-2-1975. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "DECKS", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR CONSTRUCTION SERVICES. NAMELY THE 
PLANNING. LAYING OUT AND CONSTRUCTION OF 
WOODEN DECKS (U.S. CL. 103). 

FIRST USE 7-17-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-17-1987. 



SN 690,155. CHIPS WINDSHIELD REPAIR, INC.. STER- 
LING HEIGHTS. MI. FILED 10-19-1987. 



CHIPS 



SN 677,946. ACE PEST CONTROL CO., DBA THE PEST- 
PRO, JACKSON, MS. FILED 8-12-1987. 



THt 



i 






FOR WINDSHIELD REPAIR SERVICES (U.S. CL. 103). 
FIRST USE 9-25-1985; IN COMMERCE 10-31-1986. 



SN 690,851. MORFORD L. DOWNES, INCORPORATED, 
DBA TODAY'S KITCHENS, GREENWICH, CT. FILED 

10-21-1987. 



TODAY'S KITCHENS 



THE MARK IS LINED FOR THE COLORS RED AND 
BLUE. THE WORD "THE" IS ALSO BLUE. THE SOLID 
LINES BEFORE THE LETTERS "P" AND "R" ARE ALSO 
RED. 

FOR TERMITE AND PEST CONTROL SERVICES AND 
WEED KILLING SERVICES (U.S. CL. 103). 

HRST USE 11-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 12-1-1986. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "KITCHENS". APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR INSTALLATION OF KITCHEN CABINETS (U.S. 
CL. 103). 

FIRST USE 7-15-1981; IN COMMERCE 9-11-1986. 



TM 112 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 37— (Continued). 



CLASS 38— (Continued). 



SN 692,393. CALTON, INC., DBA CALTON HOMES. FREE- 
HOLD, NJ. FILED 10-29-1987. 



SN 687,111. NORTHEAST KANSAS BROADCAST SERV- 
ICE, INC., TOPEKA, KS. FILED 9-30-1987. 



CALTON HOMES 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "HOMES". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR CONSTRUCTION SERVICES - NAMELY. PLAN- 
NING. LAYING OUT AND CONSTRUCTION OF RESI- 
DENTIAL COMMUNITIES (U.S. CL. 103). 

FIRST USE 10-30-1982; IN COMMERCE 10-30-1982. 



KTKA 



FOR TELEVISION BROADCASTING SERVICES (U.S. 
CL. 104). 

FIRST USE 8-14-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-14-1986. 



SN 687,129. WZPL. INC., DETROIT. Ml. FILED 9-30-1987. 



WZPL 



CLASS 38— COMMUNICATION 

SN 655.671. PACIFIC TELESIS GROUP. SAN FRANCISCO, 
CA. FILED 4-17-1987. 



FOR RADIO BROADCASTING SERVICES (U.S. CL. 104). 
FIRST USE 11-28-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-28-1986. 



PROGRESS INTELLIGENTLY 
PLANNED 



SN 687.137 BOOTH AMERICAN COMPANY. DETROIT, 
MI. FILED 9-30-1987. 



WZZP 



FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES, NAMELY, 
PROVIDING TELEPHONE SERVICE, INCLUDING CEL- 
LULAR MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS. PAGING COMMU- 
NICATIONS. AND RELATED CONSULTING SERVICES 
(U.S. CL. 104). 

FIRST USE 8-5-1983; IN COMMERCE 8-5-1983. 



FOR RADIO BROADCASTING SERVICES (U.S. CL. 104). 
FIRST USE 3-21-1977; IN COMMERCE 3-21-1977. 



SN 689.599. CARIBALT, LTD., SOUTH HOLLAND. IL. 
FILED 10-14-1987. 



SN 678.340. METROPOLITAN PITTSBURGH PUBLIC 
BROADCASTING, INC., PITTSBURGH, PA. FILED 
8-14-1987. 



QEX 16 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "16", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR BROADCASTING SERVICES RENDERED 
THROUGH THE MEDIUM OF TELEVISION (U.S. CL. 104). 

FIRST USE 10-O-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-0-1986. 



CARIBALT 



FOR RADIO BROADCASTING SERVICES (U.S. CL 104). 
FIRST USE 8-12-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-12-1987. 



SN 689,997. BELLSOUTH CORPORATION. ATLANTA, GA. 
FILED 10-16-1987. 



RINGMASTER 



FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES (U.S. CL. 
104). 
FIRST USE 6-15-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-15-1987. 



SN 681,992. MCI COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION, 
WASHINGTON, DC. FILED 9-1-1987. 



Ma GLOBAL VALUE PLUS 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,245,987, 1,464,877 AND 
OTHERS. 

FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES (U.S. CL. 
104). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1987. 



SN 690,579 BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY, PROVO, UT. 



FILED 10-19-1987. 



KBYU-FM 



FOR IDENTIFICATION OF RADIO STATION LOCAT- 
ED AT 88.9 MHZ ON THE FM BAND; RADIO BROAD- 
CASTING SERVICES (U.S. CL. 104). 

FIRST USE 8-1-1960; IN COMMERCE 8-1-1960. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 38— (Continued). CLASS 39— (Continued). 



TM 113 



SN 693,289. ATLANTIC BROADCASTING CORPORA- SN 684,802. TRANSUS, INC., ATLANTA GA FILED 
TION, NEW YORK, NY. FILED 11-2-1987. 9-17-1987. 



WPBG 



FOR RADIO BROADCAST SERVICE (U.S. CL. 104). 
FIRST USE 8-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-1-1987. 



CXASS 39— TRANSPORTATION AND 
STORAGE 

SN 489,273. WTC AIR FREIGHT, INC.. TORRANCE. CA. 
ASSIGNEE OF WTC INTERNATIONAL N.V., TOR- 
RANCE, CA. FILED 7-10-1984. 




OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 876,757. 

FOR TRANSPORTATION OF THE GOODS OF OTHERS 
BY AIR AND LAND, AND FREIGHT STORAGE AND 
WAREHOUSING SERVICES (U.S. CL. 105). 

FIRST USE 3-31-1975; IN COMMERCE 3-30-1977. 



SN 629,887. ADMIRAL CRUISES, INC., MIAMI, FL. FILED 
11-12-1986. 




T^Ansus 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,459,580. 

FOR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES BY MOTOR AND 
AIR (U.S. CL. 105). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1979; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1979. 



SN 686,116. NEW YORK LIMOUSINE, INC., MASPETH. 
NY. FILED 9-24-1987. 



ADMIRAL CRUISES 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CRUISES", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR CRUISE LINE SERVICES (U.S. CL. 105). 
FIRST USE 9-29-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-29-1986. 



SN 633,133. EDGERTON AND BURNS, INC., ARLINGTON, 
VA. FILED 12-1-1986. 




LiMoosiNe 



INC. TRAVEL SYSTEMS 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "TRAVEL SYSTEMS", APART FROM THE MARK 
AS SHOWN. 

FOR TRAVEL MANAGEMENT SERVICES (U.S. CL. 
105). 

FIRST USE 5-15-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-20-1986. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "NEW YORK LIMOUSINE", APART FROM THE 
MARK AS SHOWN. 

THE LINING IN THE DRAWING IS A FEATURE OF 
THE MARK AND DOES NOT INDICATE COLOR. 

FOR LIMOUSINE SERVICES (U.S. CL. 105). 

FIRST USE 4-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-1-1987. 



TM 114 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 39— (Continued). 

SN 686,117. XTRA CORPORATION, BOSTON, MA. FILED 

9-24-1987. 



CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 



SN 604,075. OXYGEN THERAPY INSTITUTE, INC.. FERN- 
DALE. MI. FILED 6-13-1986. 




FOR TRAILER LEASING AND WAREHOUSING SERV- 
ICES (U.S. CL. 105). 
FIRST USE 0-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1978. 




SN 686,123. XTRA CORPORATION, BOSTON, MA. FILED 
9-24-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE THE DESIGN OF A CADUCEUS AND "EMERGEN- 
CY RESPONSE TECHNOLOGIES", APART FROM THE 
MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, NAMELY CONDUCT- 
ING SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS, REGARDING 
EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 1-17-1986; IN COMMERCE 1-17-1986. 



XTRA 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 816.758, 1,161,356 AND 
OTHERS. 

FOR RAILCAR MANAGEMENT SERVICES (U.S. CLS. 
101 AND 105). 

FIRST USE 0-&-1981; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1981. 



SN 626,028. HOME SHOPPING NETWORK, INC., CLEAR- 
WATER. FL. FILED 10-20-1986. 



EVERYTHING FOR LESS 



SEC. 2(F). 

FOR ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES IN THE NATURE 
OF A TELEVISION PROGRAM OFFERING A VARIETY 
OF GOODS THAT CAN BE DIRECTLY PURCHASED BY 
VIEWERS (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 6-8-1982; IN COMMERCE 6-8-1982. 



SN 687,045. AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL RENT A CAR 
COPORATION, E. BOSTON, MA. FILED 9-29-1987. 



SN 632,070. CAPELLI, INC.. ATLANTA, GA. FILED 
11-24-1986. 



THE NEW AMERICAN WAY 
OF DOING BUSINESS 



HEADWHACKER CLUB 



FOR AUTOMOBILE AND TRUCK RENTAL AND 
LEASING SERVICES (U.S. CL. 105). 
FIRST USE 9-7-198?; IN COMMERCE 9-7-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CLUB", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, NAMELY CONDUCT- 
ING SEMINARS IN THE FIELD OF HAIR DESIGNING 
AND COSMETOLOGY (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 3-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 3-1-1986. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 41— (Continued). CLASS 41— (Continued). 



TM 115 



SN 636,066. MCA INC., UNIVERSAL CITY, CA. FILED SN 645,579. UNITED STATES TOBACCO COMPANY 
12-18-1986. GREENWICH, CT. FILED 2-19-1987. 




SKOAL RACING 



OF U.S. REG. NOS. 504,609, 1,387,017 AND 



OWNER 
OTHERS. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "RACING", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN 

FOR PARTICIPATING IN PROFESSIONAL AUTO 
RACES FOR STOCK CARS, MODIFIED CARS, OR "FOR- 
MULA" TYPE CARS AND DISTRIBUTING INFORMA- 
TIONAL MATERIAL TO THE PUBLIC IN RELATION TO 
THESE RACES (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 2-1-1983; IN COMMERCE 2-1-1983. 



THE LINING IS A FEATURE OF THE MARK AND 
DOES NOT INDICATE COLOR. 

FOR ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES, NAMELY PRO- 
DUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF VIDEOCASSETTES 
(U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 1-13-1986; IN COMMERCE 1-13-1986. 



SN 639,806. UNITED STATES PARACHUTE ASSOCIA- 
TION, INC., ALEXANDRIA. VA. FILED 1-13-1987. 



UNITED STATES 
PARACHUTE TEAM 



SN 649,801. JOHN HANCOCK MUTUAL LIFE INSUR- 
ANCE COMPANY, BOSTON, MA. FILED 3-17-1987. 



JOHN HANCOCK 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 557,033, 1.417,955 AND 
OTHERS. 

FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES— NAMELY, PROVID- 
ING COURSES OF INSTRUCTION AND CLINICS IN 
RUNNING AND FITNESS (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 3-15-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-0-1986. 



SN 655,853. TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY MARKETING, 
INC., PEORIA, IL. FILED 4-17-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "PARACHUTE TEAM", APART FROM THE MARK 
AS SHOWN. 

SEC. 2(F). 

FOR ORGANIZING AND SPONSORING PARACHUTE 
TEAMS TO REPRESENT THE UNITED STATES IN NA- 
TIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION (U.S. 
CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 3-1-1960; IN COMMERCE 3-1-1960. 



VALUE ADDED SELLING 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SELLING", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, NAMELY, CON- 
DUCTING SALES TRAINING PROGRAMS, BOTH LIVE 
AND VIA PRE-RECORDED VIDEO CASSETTE TAPES 
(U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 10-6-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-6-1986. 



SN 644,849. 
2-17-1987. 



LEDES, JOHN, NEW YORK, NY. FILED 



BEAUTY BALL 



SN 662,759. KINDER KOLLEGE, INC., BOWLING GREEN, 
KY. FILED 5-26-1987. 



KINDER KOLLEGE 



SEC. 2(F). 

FOR SERVICES OF ORGANIZING .\ND ARRANGING 
FOR CHARITABLE EVENTS (U.S. CL. 107). 
FIRST USE 4-0-1976; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1976. 



FOR PROVIDING EDUCATIONAL SERVICES AT THE 
PRESCHOOL LEVEL (U.S. CL. 107). 
FIRST USE 7-0-1974; IN COMMERCE 7-0-1982. 



TM 116 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CXASS 41— (Continued). 

SN 667.973. ARBUCKLE WILDERNESS, INC.. EDMOND, 
OK. FILED 6-18-1987. 



CLASS 41— (Continued). 

SN 670.346. QUEEN OF THE WORLD BEAUTY PAG- 
EANT, INC., MIAMI, FL. FILED 7-6-1987. 



ARBUCKLE WILDERNESS 



SEC. 2(F) 

FOR WILD ANIMAL PARK SERVICES (U.S. CL. 1(J7). 

FIRST USE 2-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1978. 



ueen 

OF THE world' 



THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE PHRASE 
"REINA DEL MUNDO" IN THE MARK IS "QUEEN OF 
THE WORLD". 

FOR ENTERTAINMENT SERVICE. NAMELY AR- 
RANGING AND CONDUCTING A BEAUTY PAGEANT 
(U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 4-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1986. 



SN 668,716. DOTSON, JEFF L., LEUCADIA, CA. AND 
ROBERTS. GLEN W.. LEUCADIA, CA. FILED 
6-26-1987. 




SN 672,036. LIFE ENGINEERING FOUNDATION. 
BRIDGEWATER, lA. FILED 7-14-1987. 




THE LINING IN THE MARK IS FOR SHADING NOT 
FOR COLOR. 

THE PORTRAIT DOES NOT DEPICT A LIVING INDI- 
VIDUAL. 

FOR ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES RENDERED BY A 
VOCAL AND INSTRUMEI^AL GROUP (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 3-21-1985; IN COMMERCE 3-29- 198S. 



THE MARK CONSISTS OF IN PART, A HEAD AND 
CANDLE DESIGN. 

FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, NAMELY, CON- 
DUCTING SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS IN THE FIELD 
OF PHILOSOPHY (US. CL 107) 

FIRST USE 11-11-1979; IN COMMERCE 11-11-1979. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 41— (Continued). CLASS 41— (Continued). 



TM 117 



SN 672.616 PALACE STATION, INCORPORATED, LAS SN 683,729 VAGMAR ASSOCIATES, INC., NAUGATUCK 
VEGAS, NV. FILED 7-17-1987. CT. FILED 9-11-1987. 




BkLACEShAnON 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "HOTEL-CASINO", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

THE WORDS "PALACE STATION" SUPERIMPOSED 
OVER A FANCIFUL DRAWING OF THE FRONT-END 
VIEW OF AN OLD FASHIONED LOCOMOTIVE. 

FOR GAMING CASINO SERVICES, ENTERTAINMENT 
SERVICES IN THE FORM OF LIVE MUSIC AND PER- 
FORMING ARTS AND VIDEO ARCADE SERVICES (U.S. 
CLS. 102 AND 107). 

FIRST USE 11-20-1985; IN COMMERCE 11-20-1985. 



SN 683.052. MOBILE VISION. INC.. BLOOMFIELD HILLS. 
MI. FILED 9-4-1987. 



POWER^TATION 

^ DJC 



CORP 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "DJ CORP", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR LIVE DISC JOCKEY ENTERTAINMENT (U.S. CL. 
107). 

FIRST USE 6-15-1983; IN COMMERCE 6-15-1983. 



SN 685,547. NOVOTNY, JANET A., DBA WORDMASTERS, 
WASHINGTON, DC. FILED 9-21-1987. 



WORDMASTERS 



FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, NAMELY, CON- 
DUCTING SEMINARS AND TUTORIALS IN THE FIELD 
OF WRITING AND BUSINESS COMMUNICATION (U.S. 
CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 12-4-1985; IN COMMERCE 6-23-1986. 




MOBILE VISION 



SN 685,634. MASKERS' CLUB. THE. NEW ORLEANS. LA. 
FILED 9-18-1987 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "MOBILE". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

THE MARK IS LINED FOR THE COLORS RED. BLUE 
AND GREEN AND COLOR IS CLAIMED AS A FEATURE 
OF THE MARK 

FOR LEASING OF LARGE MOBILE SCREENS FOR ON 
LOCATION USE AT ENTERTAINMENT AND SPORTING 
EVENTS (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 7-1-1985; IN COMMERCE 7-1-1985. 



SN 683,529 LOVING GRACE MINISTRIES. INC.. LAN- 
CASTER. NH. FILED 9-11-1987. 



LOVING GRACE 



FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, NAMELY BIBLE 
TEACHING THROUGH RADIO PROGRAMMING, RELI- 
GIOUS MATERIALS AND TEACHING SESSIONS (U.S. 
CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 12-0-1977; IN COMMERCE 12-0-1977. 



KREWE OF EROS 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "KREWE", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR SOCIAL ORGANIZATION WHOSE PURPOSE IS 
TO FOSTER A SPIRIT OF GOOD WILL AND COMRADE- 
SHIP AMONG ITS MEMBERS; TO CULTIVATE THEIR 
LITERARY AND AESTHETIC TASTE; TO PROMOTE 
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES FOR THEIR ENTERTAINMENT, 
INCLUDING ANNUAL CARNIVAL BALLS AND OTHER 
SOCIAL FUNCTIONS (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1936; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1936. 



SN 687,931. MARSHALL & RINGGOLD, INC.. BETHESDA, 
MD. FILED 10-5-1987. 



FUR EXTRAVAGANZA 



FOR ENTERTAINME?^ SERVICES IN THE NATURE 
OF THEATRICAL PRODUCTIONS (U.S. CL. 107). 
FIRST USE 8-3-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-3-1986. 



208-920 TMOG-88-10 - QL 1 



TM 118 

CLASS 41— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 41— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 688,136. BABY WRANGLERS, INC.. NEW YORK, NY 
FILED 10-5-1987. 



SN 692,909. ADVACARE, INC., DAVIDSON, NC. RLED 

11-2-1987. 



BABY WRANGLERS 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "BABY", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR BOOKING AGENCY SERVICES, NAMELY THE 
CASTING AND ON-SET DIRECTION OF BABIES AND 
CHILDREN FOR TV., PRINT AND FILM (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 7-22-1985; IN COMMERCE 10-28-1985. 



CARE POWER 



FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, NAMELY SEMINARS 
RELATING TO SELF-HELP (US CL. 107). 
FIRST USE 9-10-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-10-1987. 



SN 688,770. COLLEGE FOR HUMAN SERVICES, THE, 
NEW YORK, NY. FILED 10-9-1987. 




CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

SN 562,834. INTERACTION YOUTH CENTER INCORPO- 
RATED, MIAMI, FL. FILED 10-11-1985. 






FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, 
ING COURSES OF INSTRUCTION 
LEVEL (U.S. CL. 107). 

HRST USE 12-0-1973; IN COMMERCE 10-0-1976. 



NAMELY, PROVID- 
AT THE COLLEGE 



SN 690,696. COCA-COLA COMPANY, THE, ATLANTA 
GA. FILED 10-19-1987. 



CLUB COCA-COLA 



OWNER OF US REG NO. 1,451,756 AND OTHERS. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CLUB". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN 

FOR ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES, NAMELY, PRO- 
VIDING MUSIC-VIDEO DANCE CLUB TOURS (US CL 
107). 

FIRST USE 9-14-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-6-1987. 




FOR PROMOTING THE INTERESTS OF WORLD 
PEACE BY MEANS OF BRINGING CHILDREN OF ALL 
NATIONALITIES TOGETHER (US. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 7- 1 - 1 98 1 ; IN COMMERCE 7- 1 - 1 98 1 . 



SN 690,779 MONTEREY BAY AQUARIUM FOUNDATION, 
MONTEREY, CA. FILED 10-21-1987. 



AQUARAVAN 



FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, NAMELY, CON- 
DUCTING ASSEMBLIES AND CLASSROOM PRESENTA- 
TIONS FOR STUDENTS ON THE SUBJECT OF MARINE 
BIOLOGY (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE l-0-198fr, IN COMMERCE 1-0-1986. 



SN 603,634. AUTOMATIX INCORPORATED, BILLERICA, 
MA. FILED 6-11-1986. 



ACUITY 



FOR PROVIDING COURSES OF INSTRUCTION IN THE 
USE OF VISION RELATED COMPUTER HARDWARE 
AND SOFTWARE (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 5-19-1986; IN COMMERCE 5-19-1986. 



APRIL S, 1988 



CLASS 42— (Continued). 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



CLASS 42— (Continued). 



TM 119 



SN 606,989. CEDAR COVE MANAGEMENT, INC., DBA SN 611,746. PERKINS RESTAURANTS, INC., MEMPHIS. 
CEDAR COVE, CEDAR KEY, FL. FILED 6-30-1986. TN. FILED 7-28-1986. 



CEDAR COVE 



FOR MOTEL, RESTAURANT, BAR AND COCKTAIL 
LOUNGE SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 
FIRST USE 4-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 9-0-1980. 



^hu 



SN 609,444. SAN FRANCISCO MERCANTILE COMPANY, 
INC., SAN FRANCISCO, CA. FILED 7-14-1986. 



EILEEN WEST 



THE NAME "EILEEN WEST' IS THE NAME OF A 
LIVING INDIVIDUAL WHOSE CONSENT IS OF 
RECORD. 

FOR RETAIL STORE AND MAIL ORDER CLOTHING 
SERVICES (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 3-17-1983; IN COMMERCE 3-17-1983. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 809,680, 1,403,560 AND 
OTHERS. 
SEC. 2(F). 

FOR RESTAURANT SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 
FIRST USE 4-18-1986; IN COMMERCE 4-18-1986. 



SN 611,386. NATIONAL CENTER FOR MISSING AND EX- 
PLOITED CHILDREN, WASHINGTON, DC. FILED 
7-25-1986. 




SN 614,049. CONTROL SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL, INC., 
OVERLAND PARK, KS. FILED 8-11-1986. 




Control Systems International 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "NATIONAL CENTER", APART FROM THE MARK 
AS SHOWN. 

FOR ASSISTING FAMILIES, SCHOOLS, LAW EN- 
FORCEMENT AGENCIES, STATE AND LOCAL GOV- 
ERNMENTS IN INVESTIGATING AND PROSECUTING 
CASES OF MISSING AND EXPLOITED CHILDREN AND 
PROVIDING ADVICE ON ENACTING LAWS FOR THE 
PROTECTION OF THESE CHILDREN (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 1-1-1985; IN COMMERCE 1-1-1985. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CONTROL SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL", APART 
FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

THE LINING OF THE DRAWING IS A FEATURE OF 
THE MARK AND DOES NOT INDICATE COLOR. 

FOR ENGINEERING AND CONSULTING SERVICES IN 
THE FIELD OF AUTOMATION CONTROLS (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 1-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1985. 



TM 120 



CLASS 42— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 42— (Continued). 



SN 626,323. SEASHELLS. INC.. HOLLYWOOD, FL. FILED 
10-22-1986. 



CAMI'S SEASHELLS THE 
SEAFOOD PLACE 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "THE SEAFOOD PLACE". APART FROM THE 
MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR RESTAURANT SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 8-4-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-6-1986. 



SN 636.662. CHICK'S CHICKEN, SEAFOOD AND RIBS 
TAKEOUT AND DELIVERY. INC.. POMPANO BEACH. 
FL. ASSIGNEE OF CHICKS FAMILY RESTAURANT, 
INC.. COCONUT CREEK. FL. FILED 12-22-1986. 




FOR RESTAURANT SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 
FIRST USE 8-13-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-13-1986. 



SN 633,635. HEAL THE CHILDREN, INC.. SPOKANE. WA. 
nLED 12-4-1986. 



HEAL THE CHILDREN 



FOR ARRANGING PROVISION OF MEDICAL CARE 
FOR DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN AND PROVIDING 
RELATED SOCIAL SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 4-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1978 



SN 637,886. I F.P.P.F (INFORMATION. FORMATION. PRO- 
MOTION PROFESSIONNELLE DES FEMMES). PARIS. 
FRANCE. FILED 12-31-1986. 



SN 635.633. RX OPTICAL LABORATORIES. INC.. KALA- 
MAZOO. MI. FILED 12-16-1986. 



B coptical 



SEC. 2(F). 

FOR RETAIL OPTICAL SERVICES. OPTICIAN AND 
OPTICAL LABORATORIES SERVICES (U.S. CLS. 100 
AND 101). 

FIRST USE 4-1-1947; IN COMMERCE 5-1-1966. 




PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON FRANCE 
APPLICATION NO 804160. FILED 7-2-1986, REG. NO. 
1361979, DATED 7-2-1986, EXPIRES 7-2-2001. 

THE LINING IN THE DRAWING IS A FEATURE OF 
THE MARK AND DOES NOT INDICATE COLOR. 

THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE WORDS 
■TOUS POUR TOUS - JUNIORS EN ACTION" IN THE 
MARK IS "ALL FOR ALL-JUNIORS IN ACTION 

FOR ASSOCIATION SERVICES. NAMELY, PROMOT- 
ING MUTUAL AID BETWEEN CHILDREN (U.S. CL. 100). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM 121 



CLASS 42— (Continued). 



CLASS 42— (Continued). 



SN 639,629 CLARK, STANLEY K., DBA STILLWATER SN 646.813. AITKEN. BARBARA J DBA FPT MFG 
BAY OYSTER CO. STILLWATER, OK. FILED COVINA, CA. FILED 2-27-1987 

12-31-1986. 




SiCf^^f Cants in, ^i'B 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SILK PLANTS", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR RETAIL STORE SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF 
ARTIFICIAL SILK FLOWERS, PLANTS, TREES AND 
OTHER FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 4-1-1985; IN COMMERCE 4-1-1985. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "OYSTER CO.", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

THE DRAWING IS LINED FOR THE COLORS 
YELLOW, GREEN AND PURPLE; HOWEVER, COLOR IS 
NOT CLAIMED AS A FEATURE OF THE MARK; THE 
LINING APPEARING IN THE BACKGROUND BEHIND 
THE PARROT IS FOR SHADING PURPOSES ONLY. 

FOR RESTAURANT SERVICES AND FOR RETAIL 
CLOTHING STORE SERVICES (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). 

FIRST USE 9-15-1984; IN COMMERCE 9-15-1984. 



SN 644,127. A. M. CASTLE 4 CO., DBA CASTLE METALS, 
FRANKLIN PARK, IL. FILED 2-11-1987. 



SN 646,814. AITKEN, BARBARA J., DBA FPT MFG 
COVINA, CA. FILED 2-27-1987. 



SILK PLANTS BY J & B 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SILK PLANTS", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR RETAIL STORE SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF 
ARTIFICIAL SILK FLOWERS. PLANTS. TREES AND 
OTHER FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 3-17-1983; IN COMMERCE 3-17-1983. 



METALINK 



FOR DISTRIBUTORSHIP SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF 
METAL PLATES. SHEETS. BARS AND COILS, STRUC- 
TURAL SHAPES, TUBING AND PIPE. FACILITATED BY 
AN ELECTRONIC ORDERING SYSTEM (U.S. CLS. 100 
AND 101). 

FIRST USE 9-17-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-22-1986. 



SN 646.456. HOUSE FOOD INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD., 
OSAKA. JAPAN, FILED 2-25-1987. 



SN 647.421. AMERICAN HOMEWARE. INC.. DALLAS. TX 
FILED 3-2-1987. 



American 
Homeware 



^T^Quhe f—QGd 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 850.304. 918.618 AND 
1,432,097. 
FOR RESTAURANTS (U.S. CL. 100). 
FIRST USE 10-14-1983; IN COMMERCE 10-14-1983. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "HOMEWARE", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR DISTRIBUTORSHIP SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF 
LAUNDRY HAMPERS AND BAGS. CLOTHES PIN BAGS, 
CLOTHES HANGERS, DRYING RACKS, IRONING 
BOARD HANGER ROD. PORTABLE CLOTHES LINE, 
PORTABLE CEDAR CLOSETS. CEDAR LINERS. CEDAR 
SHOE AND SWEATER BAGS, CLOTHING AND SHOE 
ORGANIZERS, SHOE KEEPERS, PLASTIC AND VINYL 
STORAGE BOXES, AUDIO. VIDEO AND COMPACT 
DISK STORAGE RACKS AND CASES (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 1-12-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-12-1987. 



TM 122 

CLASS 42— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 42— (Continued). 



APRIL 5. 1988 



SN 648.709. VILLAGE BAR-B-QUE, INC.. STUDIO CITY, SN 652.862. ASHFORD INTERNATIONAL INC.. TUCKER, 
CA. FILED 3-9-1987. GA. FILED 4-3-1987. 



\^LLAGE 




Bar-B-Que 




/-SH-O^ 

I NTERN ATIONAL 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "BAR-B-QUE". APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR RESTAURANT SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 

HRST USE 1-7-1986; IN COMMERCE 1-7-1986. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "INTERNATIONAL". APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR DISTRIBUTORSHIP SERVICES IN THE HELD OF 
COMPUTERS. COMPUTER SOFTWARE AND ACCESSO- 
RIES THEREFOR (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 8-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1986. 



SN 653,064. LALO, INC., CICERO. IL. HLED 3-30-1987. 



LALO'S 



SN 648,789. LEGAL BENEFITS CORPORATION, LOUIS- 
VILLE, KY. FILED 3-10-1987. 



FOR RESTAURANT SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 
FIRST USE 4-30-1986; IN COMMERCE 4-30-1986. 



AMICUS 



SN 654,115. 660 CORPORATION. BOSTON. MA. HLED 
4-9-1987. 



CHARLESBANK 



FOR PREPAID LEGAL SERVICES (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 
102). 
FIRST USE 12-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 12-1-1986. 



FOR RETAIL BOOKSTORE SERVICES (U.S. CL. 101). 
HRST USE 9-1-1983; IN COMMERCE 11-1-1984. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 42— (Continued). CLASS 42— (Continued). 



TM 123 



SN 655.204. ANGELS IN WHITE, INC., STUART, FL 
FILED 4-14-1987. 



SN 656,480. RONNIES FASHIONS. INC.. DBA SNIP N' 
CLIP. OVERLAND PARK, KS. FILED 3-30-1987. 




FOR NURSING CARE SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 
nRST USE 8-4-1983; IN COMMERCE 8-4-1983. 



snip n*cup 



FOR HAIRCUT AND HAIR CARE SERVICES; RETAIL 
OUTLET SERVICES FOR HAIR CARE PRODUCTS (U S 
CL. 100), 

FIRST USE 2-0-1978; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1978. 



SN 656.568. HEALTHWAVES CORPORATION. TEMPE 
AZ. FILED 4-21-1987. 



HEALTHWAVES 



FOR PREVENTIVE MEDICINE SERVICES - NAMELY. 
CARDIOPULMONARY AND FITNESS TESTING. COM- 
PREHENSIVE MEDICAL EXAMS. WEIGHT-CONTROL, 
SMOKING CESSATION, STRESS MANAGEMENT, AND 
EXERCISE PROGRAMS (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 6-4-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-17-1986. 



SN 656,678. BAYBORO PRODUCTS CORPORATION. 
PETERSBURG. FL. FILED 4-22-1987. 



ST. 



SN 655.888. MEYERSON. HARVEY. ALEXANDRIA. VA. 
FILED 4-13-1987. 





lAVH WARDEN 




THE MARK CONSISTS OF THE WORDS "FLASH 
WARDEN" WITH "FLASH" IN STYLIZED FORM AND 
FOLLOWING A FLASH OF ELECTRICITY DESIGN. 

FOR DISTRIBUTORSHIP SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF 
RESIDENTIAL ELECTRICAL POWER CONDITIONING 
SYSTEMS (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 1-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1985. 



SN 657,389. HEALTH POINT CORPORATION, CHATTA- 
NOOGA. TN. FILED 4-27-1987. 



HEALTH POINT 



FOR CONSULTING SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF 
SPACE POLICY (U.S. CL. 100). 
RRST USE 4-6-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-8-1987. 



FOR SELECTING HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS FOR 
OFP^RING HEALTH CARE SERVICES AT REDUCED 
COSTS TO PARTICIPATING MEMBER BENEFICIARIES 
SO AS TO CONTAIN HEALTH CARE COSTS (U.S. CL. 
100). * 

FIRST USE 9-15-1983; IN COMMERCE 9-15-1983. 



TM 124 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 42— (Continued). 



CLASS 42— (Continued). 



SN 658,312. TIMESHARE BREEDING SERVICE #1, LTD., 
ELK GROVE, CA. FILED 5-1-1987. 



SN 663,119. CHINAPPI. ALBERT S.. JR., 
FILED 4-24-1987. 



MARLTON. NJ. 



"BORROW A BULL" 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "BULL". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR BOVINE BREEDING SERVICES (US CL. 100). 
HRST USE 8-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1985. 



J/WS 



FOR SOCIAL CLUB SERVICES DIRECTED TO CHIL- 
DREN WHO ARE UNDERGOING ORTHODONTIC 
TREATMENT (US. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 1-9 1986; IN COMMERCE 1-24-1986. 



SN 660,573. JAMES MARTIN ASSOCIATES PLC, 
LEDON, ENGLAND, FILED 5-13-1987. 



WIMB- 




SN 664,817. EUCLID CLINIC FOUNDATION, THE, 
EUCLID, OH. FILED 6-5-1987. 



THE MEDNET CENTER FOR 
DIABETES CARE 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CENTER FOR DIABETES CARE". APART FROM 
THE MARK AS SHOWN 

FOR MEDICAL CARE SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF 
DIABETES (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 2-19-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-19-1987. 



FOR PLANNING, ANALYSIS AND SYSTEMS DESIGN 
SERVICES FOR INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEMS 
FOR BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENT AND RELATING 
CONSULTING SERVICES (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). 

FIRST USE 12-14-1983; IN COMMERCE 12-14-1983. 



SN 665,228. GORDON, EXJUGLAS M., DBA SMILE FIT- 
NESS CENTERS, PHOENIX, AZ. FILED 6-8-1987. 



SN 661,510. WELCOME LABELS CORPORATION, THE, 
SAN DIEGO, CA. RLED 5-18-1987. 



WELCOME LABELS 




TERS 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "LABELS", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR CUSTOM PRINTING OF MAILING LABELS (U.S. 
CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 5-1-1985; IN COMMERCE 5-1-1985. 



FOR DENTAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES (US CL. 
100). 
FIRST USE 2-18-1987: IN COMMERCE 2-18-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM 125 



CLASS 42— (Continued). 



CLASS 42— (Continued). 



SN 666,953. AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION, SN 672,618 PALACE STATION, INCORPORATED LAS 
WASHINGTON, DC. FILED 6-17-1987. VEGAS, NV. FILED 7-17-1987. 



PONSI 



FOR ASSOCIATION SERVICES, NAMELY, EVALUAT- 
ING THE LEARNING ACQUIRED BY ADULTS IN 
COURSES PROVIDED BY BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY, 
FEDERAL AGENCIES, LABOR UNIONS, APPRENTICE- 
SHIP TRAINING, CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS AC- 
CREDITED BY THE NATIONAL HOME STUDY COUN- 
CIL, AND PROFESSIONAL AND VOLUNTARY ASSO- 
CIATIONS; ASSISTING THE EMPLOYEES, MEMBERS, 
OR CUSTOMERS OF THESE ORGANIZATIONS TO RE- 
CEIVE ACADEMIC RECOGNITION FOR THE LEARN- 
ING WHICH THEY ACQUIRED IN THE WORKPLACE; 
AND ASSISTING COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES WITH 
THE DEVELOPMENT OF POLICIES AND PROCEDURES 
TO ACCOMMODATE THIS RECOGNITION OF LEARN- 
ING (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1977; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1977. 



SN 668,835. IKEGAMI, MIWAKO, AKA MIWA, NEW 
YORK, NY. FILED 6-25-1987. 




I B^LAC!Efi^DIT10N 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "HOTEL-CASINO", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT SERVICES (U.S. CLS. 
100 AND 101). 

FIRST USE 11-20-1985, FIRST USED IN ANOTHER 
FORM ON NOVEMBER 17, 1983; IN COMMERCE 
11-20-1985, FIRST USED IN COMMERCE IN ANOTHER 
FORM ON NOVEMBER 17, 1983. 



ii i TT i 



SN 673,413. BOND INVESTORS ASSOCIATION, INC., 
BIA, MIAMI LAKES, FL. FILED 7-20-1987. 



DBA 



THE MARK CONSISTS OF A STYLIZED REPRESEN- 
TATION OF THE LETTERS "MIWA". 

FOR HAIRDRESSING AND BEAUTY SALON SERV- 
ICES (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 4-24-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-24-1987. 



SN 670,394. OPTICAL CENTER, INC., NORTH BERGEN, 
NJ. FILED 7-6-1987. 



i.-O 




orTi(:4L 



CENTEir 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,362,658 AND 1,435,995. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "OPTICAL CENTER", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

THE MARK CONSISTS OF, IN PART, AN OWL'S HEAD 
INSIDE SPECTACLES. 

FOR RETAIL STORE SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF 
OPTICAL GOODS AND HEARING AIDS (U.S. CLS. 100 
AND 101). 

FIRST USE 4-17-1986; IN COMMERCE 4-17-1986. 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "BOND INVESTORS ASSOCIATION", APART FROM 
THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

THE STIPPLING IN THE DRAWING IS FOR SHADING 
PURPOSES ONLY. 

FOR ASSOCIATION SERVICES— NAMELY, PROMOT- 
ING THE INTEREST AND AWARENESS OF INDIVID- 
UALS OR ORGANIZATIONS CONCERNED WITH BOND 
INVESTMENTS AND ISSUES RELATED THERETO (U.S. 
CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 11-1-1984; IN COMMERCE 11-1-1984. 



TM 126 

CLASS 42— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 42— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 673,526. STAGE 2, INC., PEORIA, IL. FILED 7-20-1987. 

STAGE 2 ENTERTAINMENT 
COMPLEX 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "ENTERTAINMENT COMPLEX", APART FROM 
THE MARK AS SHOWN 

FOR TEENAGE NIGHT CLUB SERVICES (U.S. CLS. 100 
AND 107). 

FIRST USE 9-8-1985; IN COMMERCE 4-15-1986. 



SN 678,747. LANDVISION, INC., LANDOVER, MD. FILED 
8-17-1987. 



LANDVISION 



SN 673,554. SERVISYSTEMS, INC., TYSONS CORNER. VA. 
HLED 7-21-1987. 



FOR LAND USE PLANNING, URBAN PLANNING, 
AND MASTER PLANNING SERVICES, AND DESIGN 
SERVICES, NAMELY PLANNING AND LAYING OUT OF 
COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL AND RESIDENTIAL COM- 
MUNITIES AND LANDSCAPES (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 7-14-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-14-1987. 



SERVISYSTEMS 



FOR LEASING BAR REFRIGERATORS FOR BEVER- 
AGE AND FOOD SELF-SERVICE AND FOR LEASING 
IN-ROOM SAFES (U.S. CL. 100). 

HRST USE 9-17-1984; IN COMMERCE 9-17-1984. 



SN 678,842. PROVIDENCE CENTER FOR COUNSELING & 
PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES, THE, PROVIDENCE, RI. 
FILED 8-17-1987. 



SN 673,865. DENTAL CARE ANYWHERE, INC., OMAHA, 
NE. FILED 7-23-1987. 



DentalCare' 






EAJUrmNGTIME 



EYEWNC At£Qna. PBQSflAW _ 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "DENTAL CARE" AND THE OUTLINE OF THE 
UNITED STATES, APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR DENTAL SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 4-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-1-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "EVENING ALCOHOL PROGRAM", APART FROM 
THE MARK AS SHOWN 

FOR REHABILITATION SERVICES FOR PERSONS 
SUFFERING FROM SUBSTANCE ABUSE (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 4-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1987. 



SN 674.131. STRIP EQUIP, INC., ROSWELL, GA. FILED 
7-24-1987. 



SN 679,331. BURKE, KELLY, DBA GLITZ HAIR SALON, 
ABINGDON, MD. FILED 8-19-1987. 



ZUB 






GLITZ 



FOR DESIGN OF CARBIDE AND CERAMIC SCARF 
INSERTS TO THE ORDER AND SPECIFICATION OF 
OTHERS (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). 

RRST USE 11-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-1-1986. 



FOR BEAUTY SALON SERVICES, NAMELY PROVID- 
ING HAIRCUTTING, SKIN CARE, MANICURING AND 
SCALP MASSAGE THERAPY SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 8-12-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-12-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 42— (Continued). CLASS 42— (Continued). 



TM 127 



Sr 68a793. WHITNEY RESTAURANT CORPORATION. SN 682,404. MANGAN, WILLIAM V., JR , HUNTINGTON 
THE, SOUTHFIELD, MI. FILED 8-21-1987. STATION, NY. FILED 9-3-1987. 





TIZZASAURUS" 



THE MARK CONSISTS OF A STYLIZED "DW. 
FOR RESTAURANT SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 
RRST USE 5-14-1986; IN COMMERCE 5-14-1986. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE THE REPRESENTATION OF PIZZA, APART FROM 
THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

THE STIPPLING AND LINING ARE FEATURES OF 
THE MARK AND DO NOT INDICATE COLOR. 

FOR RESTAURANT SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 5-31-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-31-1987. 



SN 681,487. REVIVAL CENTER MINISTRIES, VALLEJO, 
CA. FILED 8-31-1987. 



SN 682,830. WATCH HILL LIGHTHOUSE KEEPERS ASSO- 
CIATION, WATCH HILL, RI. FILED 9-8-1987. 




SPIRIT Of REVIVAL 

REVIVAL CENTER MINISTRIES 
"MORE THAN CONQUERORS' 




vvATcji HILL LidiiTJiousi: ki:i;f];ks 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "REVIVAL" AND "REVIVAL CENTER MINIS- 
TRIES", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR MINISTERIAL SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 8-0-1980; IN COMMERCE 10-0-1980. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "WATCH HILL LIGHTHOUSE KEEPERS", APART 
FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR SERVICES RELATING TO THE PRESERVATION 
AND MAINTENANCE OF LIGHTHOUSES AND RELAT- 
ED PROPERTIES AS HISTORICAL LANDMARKS AND 
MUSEUMS (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 10-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-1-1986. 



TM 128 

CLASS 42— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 42— (Continued). 



APRIL 5, 1988 



SN 682,876. SEASHELLS, INC., HOLLYWOOD, FL. FILED SN 684,680. CIRCLE K CORPORATION, THE. PHOENIX, 
9-8-1987. AZ. FILED 9-17-1987. 




'CmUs 



EASl]ELL' 



7kit^eat9odfiiou 



ALL YOU WANT TODAY IS 
AT YOUR CIRCLE K 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,149,199. 

FOR RETAIL CONVENIENCE STORE SERVICES (U.S. 
CL. 101). 
FIRST USE 6-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-1-1986. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "THE SEAFOOD PLACE", APART FROM THE 
MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR RESTAURANT SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 4-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-1-1987. 



SN 684,753. ALBION LABORATORIES. INC., CLEAR- 
FIELD, UT. FILED 9-17-1987. 



SN 683,628. CAR COLOR & SUPPLIES, INC., PASADENA, 
TX. FILED 9-10-1987. 



ALBION 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "AUTOMOTIVE FINISHES", APART FROM THE 
MARK AS SHOWN 

THE SERVICES MARK CONSISTS OF, IN PART, THE 
STYLIZED LETTERS OF "C", "C" AND "S". 

FOR RETAIL STORE SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF 
PAINT, PAINT FINISHES, INDUSTRIAL PAINT MIXES 
AND RELATED PRODUCTS (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 10-10-1982; IN COMMERCE 10-10-1982. 



SN 684,358. SHERMAN DISTRIBUTORS OF MARYLAND, 
INC., ROCKVILLE. MD. FILED 9-15-1987. 



GADGET GALLERY 



FOR TESTING OF PLANTS. SOIL, HAIR AND OTHER 
PROTEINS FOR MINERAL DEFICIENCIES (U.S. CL. 100). 
FIRST USE 12-31-1974; IN COMMERCE 12-31-1974. 



SN 684,899 GEORGIA BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOME 
AND FAMILY MINISTRIES, INC., ATLANTA, GA. 
FILED 9-18-1987. 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "GADGET", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR RETAIL STORE SERVICES FEATURING KITCH- 
EN TOOLS AND UTENSILS AND RELATED PRODUCTS 
(U.S. CL. 101). 

RRST USE 5-7-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-7-1987. 



FOR PROVIDING EMERGENCY SHELTERS, COMMU- 
NITY GROUP HOMES, COUNSELING AND MINISTERI- 
AL SERVICES TO MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN; 
ADOPTION PLACEMENT SERVICES AND ARRANGING 
FOR FOSTER CARE OF CHILDREN (U.S. CL 100). 

FIRST USE 4-30-1986; IN COMMERCE 4-30-1986. 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM 129 



CLASS 42— (Continued). 



CLASS 42— (Continued). 



SN 685,234. HOUSE OF LLOYD, INC., DBA ARMCHAIR SN 686,065. MELVILLE CORPORATION, HARRISON NY 
SHOPPER, GRANDVIEW, MO. FILED 9-21-1987. FILED 9-24-1987. 



SHOP ON YOUR SEAT ... 
INSTEAD OF YOUR FEET! 



FOR MAIL ORDER SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF JEW- 
ELRY, GAMES AND TOYS, HOUSEWARES, KITCHEN 
ACCESSORIES, STATIONERY, TOOLS, GIFTWARE AND 
DECORATIVE ITEMS PRIMARILY FOR THE HOME (U.S. 
CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 9-23-1985; IN COMMERCE 9-23-1985. 



SN 685,271. BECK-LEE, INC., STRATFORD, CT. FILED 

9-21-1987. 





THE DRAWING IS LINED FOR THE COLORS BLUE 
AND GOLD, BUT COLOR IS NOT A FEATURE OF THE 
MARK. 

FOR RETAIL STORE SERVICES IN THE CLOTHING 
FIELD (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 3-7-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-17-1987. 



SN 686,175. LASER INK, TULSA, OK. FILED 9-24-1987. 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "ELECRODE", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR MAIL ORDER SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF 
ELECTRODES AND ASSOCIATED SUPPLIES FOR MED- 
ICAL INSTRUMENTATION (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 8-21-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-21-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "LASER", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR PRINTING AND PRINTING DESIGN SERVICES 
(U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). 

FIRST USE 5-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-10-1987. 



SN 686,017. DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF CALIFORNIA, 
SAN FRANCISCO, CA. FILED 9-23-1987. 



PMI 



SN 686,444. RADISSON HOTEL CORPORATION, MINNE- 
APOLIS, MN. FILED 9-25-1987. 



(^emmU 



FOR PROVIDING PRE-PAID HEALTH CARE PLAN 
SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 
FIRST USE 2-11-1970; IN COMMERCE 2-11-1970. 



FOR RESTAURANT SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 
FIRST USE 3-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-1-1987. 



TM 130 

CLASS 42— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 42— (Continued). 



APRIL 3. 1988 



SN 686,755. COMPASSION FOR ANIMALS FOUNDATION, SN 686,965. SUNBUG, VENICE, FL. RLED 9-29-1987. 
INC., THE, CULVER CITY, CA. FILED 9-28-1987. 



n 




VeNicE 



THE MARK CONSISTS OF AN EYE AND TEAR 
DESIGN. 

FOR PROMOTING PUBLIC AWARENESS OF THE 
NEED FOR HUMANE TREATMENT OF ANIMALS (U.S. 
CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 1-21-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-12-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "AT VENICE", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR RETAIL CLOTHING STORE SERVICES (U.S. CL. 

101). 
FIRST USE 7-8-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-8-1987. 



SN 687,018. BRUUN A SORENSEN ENERGITEKNIK AS. 
AARHUS C, DENMARK, FILED 9-29-1987. 



BRUUN & SORENSEN 

FOR PROVIDING ENGINEERING, TECHNICAL 
SN 686,818 REAL FOODS. INC., NORTH WILKESBORO, DESIGN, AND RELATED CONSULTING SERVICES (U.S. 
NC. FILED 9-28-1987. cL. 100). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1965; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1978. 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "FOODS", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTING SERVICES IN THE 
FIELD OF NATURAL FOODS (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 6-15-1986; IN COMMERCE 12-28-1986. 



SN 687,311. B.W.P. DISTRIBUTORS, INC., BRONX. NY. 
FILED 10-1-1987. 



BWP DISTRIBUTORS 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "DISTRIBUTORS", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR DISTRIBUTORSHIP SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF 
AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND ACCESORIES (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 12-20-1982; IN COMMERCE 12-20-1982. 



SN 687,764. FROG'S LANDING RESTAURANT. DETROIT 
LAKES, MN. FILED 9-28-1987. 



TOADALLY AWESOME 



FOR RESTAURANT SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 
FIRST USE 6-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1986. 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 42— (Continued). CLASS 42— (Continued). 



TM 131 



^^r.,fl'f^]n ^^ STORES, INC., SAN ANTONIO, TX. SN 688,504 TRUCKLOAD FIREWORKS, ODESSA TX 
FILED 10-5-1987. FILED 10-7-1987. 



DQoff 




^^is^? 



FOR RETAIL DEPARTMENT STORE SERVICES (U.S. 
CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 7-17-1986; IN COMMERCE 7-17-1986. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE TRUCKLOAD FIREWORKS", APART FROM THE 
MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR RETAIL OUTLET SERVICES FEATURING FIRE- 
WORKS (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 6-24-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-24-1986. 



SN 688,143. GEORGE MONAGLE/GRAPHIC PARTNERS, 
SYRACUSE, NY. FILED 10-5-1987. 



LASERLOGO 



■ FOR COMPUTER DESIGN PRINTING SERVICES (U.S. 
CLS. 100 AND 101). 
FIRST USE 10-3-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-3-1986. 



SN 689,026. NORDSTROM, INC., SEATTLE, WA. RLED 

10-13-1987. 



FOR THE ALL OF YOU 



SN 688,146. DOCTORS ASSOCIATES, INC., MILFORD. CT. 
FILED 10-5-1987. 



SUB CLUB 



FOR RETAIL CLOTHING STORE SERVICES (U.S. CL 
101). 
FIRST USE 9-2-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-2-1987. 



FOR RESTAURANT SERVICES FEATURING SPECIAL- 
LY PREPARED SANDWICHES AND SALADS (U.S. CL. 
100). 

FIRST USE 12-31-1976; IN COMMERCE 12-31-1976. 

I 



SN 688,287. SUZANNE SHOPS, INC., DBA DRESSSMART. 
CARROLLTON, TX. FILED 10-6-1987. 



DRESSSMART 



FOR RETAIL CLOTHING STORE SERVICES (U.S. CL 
101). 
FIRST USE 8-20-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-20-1987. 



SN 689,408. BLACKWELL NORTH AMERICA, INC., LAKE 
OSWEGO, OR. FILED 10-13-1987. 



MARC WITH BOOKS 



FOR COMPUTERIZED CATALOGING OF BOOKS ON 
TAPE FOR LIBRARIES WORLD-WIDE (U.S. CLS. 100 
AND 101). 

FIRST USE 9-2-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-2-1987. 



SN 688,501. F.W. WOOL WORTH CO., NEW YORK, NY. 
FILED 10-7-1987. 



SN 689,635. AQUAVIT INC., NEW YORK, NY. FILED 
10-14-1987. 



WOOLWORTH EXPRESS AQUAVIT 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,202,853 AND 1,434,297. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "EXPRESS", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR RETAIL STORE SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 8-10-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-10-1987. 



FOR RESTAURANT SERVICES (U.S. CL. 101). 
FIRST USE 9-7-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-7-1986. 



TM 132 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 42— (Continued). 



CLASS 42— (Continued). 



SN 690,018. COOKIE FACTORY OF AMERICA, INC., 
ITASCA, IL. FILED 10-16-1987. 



SN 690,742. BISHOP OF THE CHURCH OF TZADDI, THE, 
BOULDER, CO. FILED 10-20-1987 



COOKIE FACTORY BAKERY 



TZADDI 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,067,429, 1.126,240 AND 
1,384,545. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "COOKIE" AND "BAKERY", APART FROM THE 
MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR RETAIL STORES SELLING BAKERY AND CON- 
FECTIONARY GOODS (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 12-0-1984; IN COMMERCE 12-0-1984. 



•TZADDI" IS THE I8TH LETTER OF THE HEBREW 
ALPHABET HAVING VARIOUS MEANINGS AND SYM- 
BOLIC OF A FISH HOOK USED BY THE DISCIPLES OF 
JESUS CHRIST. 

FOR CHURCH SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 6-16-1964; IN COMMERCE 9-21-1964. 



SN 690,357. PRESS BOX NEWS, INC., LANCASTER, PA. 



FILED 10-19-1987. 



PRESS BOX 



FOR DRIVE THRU NEWSSTANDS (U.S. CL. 101). 
FIRST USE 6-1-1985; IN COMMERCE 9-1-1987. 



SN 690,825. ZAYRE CORP., FRAMINGHAM, MA. FILED 

10-21-1987. 



TIRE SLASHERS AT ZAYRE 



FOR RETAIL STORE SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF 
AUTOMOTIVE TIRES (U.S. CL. 101). 
FIRST USE 7-30-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-30-1987. 



SN 690,583. ALLIED STORES CORPORATION, NEW 
YORK, NY. FILED 10-19-1987. 



SN 690,872. THURSTBURSTERS INTERNATIONAL CORP., 
HOUSTON, TX. FILED 10-21-1987. 



STERN'S 



FOR RETAIL DEPARTMENT STORES SERVICES (U.S. 
CL. 101). 

HRST USE 0-0-1967; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1967. 



SN 690.584. GEAR. INC.. NEW YORK, NY. FILED 
10-19-1987. 



GEAR 




OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,208,360, 1,350,748 AND 
OTHERS. 

FOR RETAIL DEPARTMENT STORE SERVICES (U.S. 
CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 5-15-1985; IN COMMERCE 10-2-1985. 



SN 690,647 BLACK BUTTE RANCH CORPORATION, SIS- 
TERS, OR. FILED 10-19-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE THE INTERNATIONAL PROHIBITION SYMBOL, 
APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

THE DRAWING IS LINED FOR THE COLOR RED 

FOR RETAIL BEVERAGE VENDING SERVICES REN- 
DERED THROUGH INDIVIDUAL VENDORS CARRYING 
PORTABLE BEVERAGE DISPENSERS (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 12-20-1985; IN COMMERCE 2-7-1986. 



BLACK BUTTE RANCH 



SN 691,022. INDVS, INC., BILOXI, MS. HLED 10-22-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "RANCH", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR RESORT HOTEL, RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE 
SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 

HRST USE 0-0-1971; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1971. 



INDY'S 



FOR RESTAURANT SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 
FIRST USE 9-5-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-5-1987. 



APRIL 5, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM 133 



CLASS 42— (Continued). 



CLASS 42— (Continued). 



SN 691,089. HYATT CORPORATION, 
FILED 10-22-1987. 



CHICAGO, IL. 



SN 691,708. AUTO VALUE ASSOCIATES. INC., CHATTA- 
NOOGA, TN. FILED 10-26-1987. 



DREAMSCAPE 



FOR HOTEL SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 3-23-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-23-1987. 



SN 691,230. AMERICAN DAIRY QUEEN CORPORATION, 
MINNEAPOLIS, MN. FILED 10-22-1987. 



AUTO VALUE 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "AUTO", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR RETAIL STORE SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF 
AUTOMOBILE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 3-15-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-15-1987. 




OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 976,938, 1,187,047 AND 
OTHERS. 

FOR RESTAURANT SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 
FIRST USE 10-5-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-5-1987. 



SN 692,005. OBERST, GRIFFIN 4 WIIST, P.S.C, DBA LOU- 
ISVILLE OB-GYN ASSOCIATES, LOUISVILLE, KY. 
FILED 10-26-1987. 




SN 691,332. P.J. UPPERCRUST, INC., SHERMAN OAKS, 
CA. FILED 10-23-1987. 



FOR MEDICAL SERVICES, NAMELY OBSTETRICAL 
AND GYNECOLOGICAL SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 
FIRST USE 7-30-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-30-1987. 



Pis IM/ 




SN 692,326. WESTERN PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC., 
RACINE, WI. FILED 10-23-1987. 



PHOTOCODE 



FOR RETAIL BAKERY AND RESTAURANT SERVICES 
(U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). 
FIRST USE 2-25-1986; IN COMMERCE 2-25-1986. 



FOR COMPUTERIZED BAR CODE PRINTING SERV- 
ICES FOR OTHERS (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). 
FIRST USE 10-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-1-1987. 



208-920 TMOG-88-1 1 - QL 3 



TM 134 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 42— (Continued). 

SN 692,972. PHYSICIANS WEIGHT LOSS CENTERS OF 
AMERICA, INC., AKRON, OH. FILED 11-2-1987. 




PRIOR UNITED STATES CLASSIFICATION 
APPLICATION IN ONE CLASS 

COLLECTIVE MEMBERSHIP MARKS 



CLASS 200— COLLECnVE MEMBERSHIP 

SN 671,796. LECO MANUFACTURING CORPORATION, 
FOND DU LAC, WI. FILED 7-13-1987. 



THE MARK COMPRISES THE STYLIZED REPRESEN- 
TATION OF A HUMAN HEAD AND TORSO WITH 
UPRAISED ARMS WHICH IS SUPERIMPOSED UPON AN 
ELLIPSE THAT IS STRIPED PARALLEL TO THE 
MAJOR AXIS OF THE ELLIPSE. 

FOR PROVIDING AND OPERATING MEDICALLY SU- 
PERVISED WEIGHT REDUCTION AND CONTROL PRO- 
GRAMS (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 9-6-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-6-1987. 




CLUB 



)88 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CLUB", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR INDICATING MEMBERSHIP IN A CLUB FOR 
WILD AND CRAZY HUMAN BEINGS. 

FIRST USE 4-15-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-20-1987. 



TM 135 



TRADEMARK REGISTRATIONS ISSUED 

PRINCIPAL REGISTER 
SECTION 1.— INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION 

The shon titles associated below with the international class numbers are terms designed merely for quick identiflcation and 
are not an official pan of the international classification. The full names of international classes are given in section 6.1 of the 
trademark rules of practice. 

The designation "U.S. CI." appearing in this section refers to the U.S. class in effect prior to Sep. I, 1973 rather than the 
intenutional class which applies to applications filed on or after that date. For adoption of international classification see notice 
in the OFFICIAL GAZETTE of Jun. 26. 1973 (911 O.G. TM 210). 



CLASS 1— CHEMICALS 



1.482.864 SUCROSEP. BOOTS-CELLTECH DIAGNOSTICS 
LIMITED. MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 1 AND 9), 
(U.S. CLS. 6 AND 26). SN 479.441. PUB. 12-1-1987. FILED 
5-7-1984. 

1.482.865. QUICK BOND. OHIO SEALANTS. INC., (U.S. 
CLS. 5 AND 35). SN 495.980. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-22-1984. 

1.482.866. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. KUWAIT PETRO- 
LEUM CORPORATION. MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 
I, 4 AND 16), (U.S. CLS. 6, 15, 22, 37 AND 38). SN 567,275. 
PUB. I-I2-I988. FILED 11-6-1985. 

1.482.867. TAROCO. TAROCO ENTERPRISES. INC.. MUL- 
TIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. I. 8. 29 AND 31), (U.S. CLS. 1, 
6, 23 AND 46). SN 576,582. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
1-6-1986. 

1.482.868. BAYER. BAYER AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT, 
MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 1 AND 5), (U.S. CL. 6). 
SN 578,258. PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 1-17-1986. 

1.482.869. nVflLEX. NIPPON SHOKUBAI KAGAKU 
KOGYO CO., LTD., (U.S. CL. 6). SN 585.276. PUB. 
2-17-1987. FILED 2-28-1986. 

1,482,870 AMSULGRAN 45. DSM MESTSTOFFEN BV, BY 
CHANGE OF NAME FROM UNIE VAN KUNSTMESFA- 
BRIEKEN B.V., (U.S. CLS. 6 AND 10). SN 591.196. PUB. 
1-I2-I988. RLED 4-2-1986. 

1.482.871. AMSULSTAN 45. DSM MESTSTOFFEN BV. BY 
CHANGE OF NAME FROM UNIE VAN KUNSTMEST- 
FABRIEKEN B.V.. (U.S. CLS. 6 AND 10). SN 591.197. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 4-2-1986. 

1.482.872. PL300. REXNORD CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 
INC.. (U.S. CL. 5). SN 602.950. PUB. 11-11-1986. FILED 
6-9-1986. 

1.482.873. AROTECH. ASHLAND OIL. INC.. (U.S. CLS. 1 
AND 6). SN 606.884. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-30-1986. 

1.482.874. ZINCOnX. ECOLINE ANTICORROSION S.R.L.. 
(U.S. CLS. 5 AND 6). SN 613,408. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-6-1986. 

1.482.875. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. COPOLYMER 
RUBBER ft CHEMICAL CORPORATION. MULTIPLE 
CLASS. GNT CLS. I AND 17). (U.S. CLS. 1 AND 6). SN 
620.456. PUB. 8-18-1987 FILED 9-17-1986. 

1.482.876. FOAMTECH AND DESIGN. FOAMTECH COR- 
PORATION. MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 1 AND 7). 
(U.S. CLS. 6 AND 23) SN 623.218. PUB. 10-27-1987. FILED 
9-29-1986. 

1.482.877. MINOXISPONGE. ADVANCED POLYMER SYS- 
TEMS. INC.. (U.S. CL. 6). SN 624.637. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 10-8-1986. 

1.482.878. CMALLEYS AND DESIGN. O'MALLEY 
LUMBER COMPANY, THE, MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. 
CLS. 1, 2 AND 19), (U.S. CLS. 10. 12 AND 16). SN 630.886. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. RLED 11-17-1986. 



1.482.879. UON AND DESIGN. LION CONSOLIDATED IN- 
DUSTRIES, INC., MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 1, 2, 3 
AND 7), (U.S. CLS. 4, 6, 16 AND 23). SN 631,691. PUB. 
1-12-1988 FILED 11-21-1986. 

1.482.880. BALL SEED AND DESIGN. GEO. J. BALL. INC.. 
AKA BALL SEED COMPANY. MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT. 
CLS. 1. 21 AND 31). (U.S. CLS. 1. 2 AND 6). SN 642.501. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-2-1987. 

1.482.881. QLF. BOC GROUP. INC., THE, (U.S. CLS 6 AND 
16). SN 642,554. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-2-1987. 

1.482.882. SEPRATECH CORPORATION AND DESIGN. SE- 
PRATECH CORPORATION. (U.S. CL. 6). SN 642.993. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-5-1987. 

1.482.883. STA-DUST AND DESIGN. STA-DUST. INC.. (U.S. 
CL. 6). SN 643,545 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-9-1987. 

1.482.884. LIFECORE AND DESIGN. LIFECORE BIOMEDI- 
CAL. INC., (U.S. CL. 6). SN 647,093. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 3-2-1987. 

1.482.885. HYDRATEX. AGRICULTURAL POLYMERS 
LIMITED. (U.S. CL. 6). SN 647.884. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 3-5-1987. 

1.482.886 GURR. BDH LIMITED, (U.S. CL. 6). SN 651.426 
PUB. 1-12-1988. RLED 3-26-1987. 

1.482.887. PLATHERM. DEUTSCHE ATOCHEM WERKE 
GMBH. (US. CL. 5). SN 651.738. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 
3-27-1987. 

1.482.888. PLATAMID. DEUTSCHE ATOCHEM WERKE 
GMBH. (U.S. CL. 5). SN 651.741. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
3-27-1987. 

1.482.889. AKTIPLAST. RHEIN-CHEMIE RHEINAU GMBH. 

(US. CL. 6) SN 653.130. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 4-6-1987 

1.482.890. GARATHANE. GARY CHEMICAL CORP.. (U.S. 
CL. 6). SN 664,582. PUB. 10-27-1987. FILED 6-4-1987. 

1.482.891. SUPER SPEC. VERNON L. GOEDECKE CO., 
INC., (U.S. CLS. 6 AND 15). SN 664,799. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 6-5-1987. 

1.482.892. CALF. CALP CORPORATION. (U.S. CLS. I AND 
6). SN 666.866. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-16-1987. 

1.482.893. PICO AND DESIGN. PICO CHEMICAL CORPO- 
RATION. (U.S. CL. 6). SN 676.330. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-3-1987. 

1.482.894. AQUA-PLATE, MARKEM CORPORATION. (U.S. 
CL. 26). SN 676.957. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.482.895. CYTHANE. AMERICAN CYANAMID COMPA- 
NY. (U.S. CLS. 1 AND 6). SN 677.497. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-10-1987. 

1.482.8%. RUST EVADER. MCCREADY, DAVID F.. (U.S. 
CL. 6). SN 678.817. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.482.897. ANHYDREX. ALUMINUM COMPANY OF 
AMERICA. (U.S. CL. 6). SN 679.972. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-24-1987 

1.482.898. SORBPLUS. ALUMINUM COMPANY OF AMER- 
ICA. (U.S. CL. 6). SN 679.980 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-24-1987. 



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1.482.899. SORB-RITE. ALUMINUM COMPANY OF 
I AMERICA. (U.S. CL. 6). SN 679,981. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
I FILED 8-24-1987. 

1.482.900. MAXI-GREEN. CONAGRA. INC., (U.S. CL. 10). 
SN 680,945. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-27-1987. 



CLASS 2— PAINTS 

I ' ■ ' 

1.482.878 (See Class J for this trademark). 

1.482.879 (See Class I for this trademark). 

1.482.901. PENETR-OIL. TIDY CAR INC.. (U.S. CLS. 4 
AND 16). SN 507,540. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 11-6-1984. 

1.482.902. MAROGER MEDIUM AND DESIGN. BANNON. 
JOHN E.. DBA MAROGER MEDIUM. (U.S. CL. 16). SN 
646.187. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-24-1987. 

1.482.903. BRILLPRINT (STYLIZED). L. LAMBERTI SPA.. 
(U.S. CLS. 6 AND 16). SN 665.721 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 

j 6-10-1987. 

1.482.904. L.L. AND DESIGN. L. LAMBERTI SPA.. (U.S. 
CLS. 6 AND 16). SN 665.723 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
6-10-1987. 

1.482.905. NU-CLING. DIAMOND VOGEL PAINTS. INC.. 
(U.S. CL. 16). SN 670.730. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-7-1987. 



CLASS 3— COSMETICS AND CLEANING 
PREPARATIONS 

1,482.879 {See Class 1 for this trademark). 

1.482.906. TL/UIRA. NATURE'S SUNSHINE PRODUCTS. 
INC.. (U.S. CL. 51). SN 422.716. PUB. 5-22-1984. FILED 
4-22-1983. 

1.482.907. ALOE AID AND DESIGN. CARIBIA MANUFAC- 
I TURING COMPANY. INC., (U.S. CL. 51). SN 449.758. PUB. 
' 8-18-1987. FILED 10-26-1983. 

1.482.908. LUMINIQUE. LAURA LUPTON. INC.. (U.S. CL. 
51). SN 456.980. PUB. 4-23-1985. FILED 12-14-1983. 

1.482.909 PORCEANAIL. AFSA. GEORGETTE. DBA POR- 
CEANAIL. (U.S. CL. 51). SN 556.629. PUB. 4-8-1986. 
I FILED 9-3-1985 

1.482.910. WHITERITE (THE RIGHT WHITE) AND DESIGN. 
JOSEPH CLARK LABORATORIES LIMITED. MULTI- 

' PLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 3, 18 AND 25), (U.S. CLS. 1, 3, 4, 
39 AND 52). SN 565,914. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
10-30-1985. 

1.482.911. ULTIMATE FINISH. CREATIVE HAIRDRESS- 
ERS, INC., (U.S. CL. 51). SN 583,188. PUB. 10-28-1986 

I FILED 2-18-1986 

1.482.912. WASH MAGIC. TURTLE WAX, INC., (U.S. CLS. 
4 AND 52). SN 583.229. PUB. 1-6-1987. FILED 2-18-1986. 

1.482.913. MIRATHIN. ADVANCED ORAL HEALTHCORP 
LIMITED. (U.S. CLS. 51 AND 52). SN 586194. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 3-5-1986 

1.482.914. ALLEGRA. DIANA DE SILVA COSMETIQUES 
S.P.A.. (U.S. CLS. 51 AND 52). SN 595,401. PUB. 1-12-1988. 

I FILED 4-24-1986 

1.482.915. MAXINET AND DESIGN. LESIEUR-COTELLE. 
(U.S. CLS. 4. 6 AND 52). SN 602.412. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 6-5-1986 

1.482.916. HELPING HAND AND DESIGN. SCOTT PAPER 
COMPANY. MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 3 AND 16). 

I (U.S. CLS. 6 AND 37). SN 618.857. PUB. 1-6-1987. FILED 
9-8-1986 

1.482.917. GREGORYS. PERINI COMMUNICATIONS. INC.. 
(U.S. CL. 51). SN 625.534. PUB. 10-6-1987. FILED 

I 10-16-1986 

1.482.918. MOISTURE BOOSTER. HELENA TITUS. INC.. 
(U.S. CLS. 51 AND 52). SN 631.701. PUB. 11-3-1987. FILED 
11-21-1986 

1.482.919. J'ADORE FRED. FRED, MULTIPLE CLASS, 
ONT. CLS. 3, 14 AND 18), (U.S. CLS. 1, 2, 3, 6, 8, 23, 27, 28, 
29, 34, 41, 51 AND $2). SN 633,617. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
12-4-1986 



1.482.920. DACOS CELLULAR COSMETICS OF SWITZER- 
LAND AND DESIGN. DACOS LABORATOIRES S.A.. 
(U.S. CL. 51). SN 636122. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
12-19-1986 

1.482.921. BIGALLON AND DESIGN. CENTRAL FLORIDA 
GROOMING SUPPLY, INC., (U.S. CLS. 51 AND 52). SN 
636723. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 12-22-1986 

1.482.922. THERMOSHIELD. ZOTOS INTERNATIONAL. 
INC.. (U.S. CLS. 1 AND 51). SN 636,801. PUB. 11-10-1987. 
FILED 12-22-1986. 

1.482.923. LICKETY LIPS AND DESIGN. COSMETIC ARTS. 
INCORPORATED. (U.S. CL. 51). SN 641.377. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 1-27-1987. 

1.482.924. NOXZEMA PEARLS A CREAM. NOXELL COR- 
PORATION. (U.S. CL. 51). SN 641,600. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 1-28-1987. 

1.482.925. PEARLS A CREAM. NOXELL CORPORATION. 

(U.S. CL. 51). SN 641,887. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
1-29-1987. 

1.482.926. MAKE-UP STIX (STYLIZED). COSMETIC ARTS. 
INC.. (U.S. CL. 51). SN 642,273. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
2-2-1987. 

1.482.927. NATURALLY SIMPLE. ALBION GROUP LIMIT- 
ED, THE, (US CL. 52). SN 642.477. PUB. 9-8-1987. FILED 
2-2-1987. 

1.482.928. DE POMPADOUR. PARK STUDIOS N V.. MUL- 
TIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 3 AND 5). (U.S. CLS. 18 AND 
51). SN 642.647 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-2-1987. 

1.482.929. BLOOMIE'S. FEDERATED DEPARTMENT 
STORES. INC., (U.S. CLS. 51 AND 52). SN 645,008. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 2-17-1987. 

1.482.930. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. BIO-DERM LAB- 
ORATORIES. INC.. (U.S. CLS. 51 AND 52). SN 648.224. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 3-6-1987. 

1.482.931. FORMULA S.T.D.. S.T.D. ENTERPRISES INC.. 
(U.S. CLS. 6 AND 52). SN 649,625. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
3-16-1987. 

1.482.932. MARICHE (STYLIZED). TSUMURA JUNTENDO, 
INC., (U.S. CLS. 51 AND 52). SN 653,041. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 4-1-1987. 

1.482.933. MARIEUR (STYLIZED). SODERBERG. MARY 
ANN. (U.S. CL. 51). SN 655.809. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
4-17-1987. 

1.482.934. MYSTERY LACE. MYSTERE'Y NAILS, INC., 
(U.S. CLS. 5, 18, 23 AND 51). SN 655,818. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 4-17-1987. 

1.482.935. CLEAR GUARD. TURTLE WAX, INC., (U.S. CLS. 
4 AND 52) SN 656581. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 4-21-1987. 

1.482.936. DURACARE (STYLIZED). BLAIREX LABORA- 
TORIES, INC., (U.S. CL. 52). SN 657,390. PUB. 9-8-1987. 
FILED 4-27-1987. 

1.482.937. LADY CAROLINA. BARNHARDT MANUFAC- 
TURING CO., (U.S. CLS. 44 AND 51). SN 658,016 PUB. 
1-I2-I988. FILED 4-30-1987. 

1.482.938. FAHRENHEIT. PARFUMS CHRISTL\N DIOR. 
S.A.. (U.S. CLS. 51 AND 52). SN 658.325. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 5-1-1987. 

1.482.939. SUBMISSION. REAL PARFUMS. INC.. (U.S. CL. 
51). SN 659.383. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 5-7-1987. 

1.482.940. M MARCOVrVIANI AND DESIGN. N.V. MARCO 
VIVIANI DISTRIBUTION INTERNA TIONAL. MULTI- 
PLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 3 AND 25). (U.S. CLS. 39. 51 
AND 52). SN 662.417. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 5-21-1987. 

1.482.941. PRIVATE EYES. AVON PRODUCTS. INC.. (U.S. 
CL. 51). SN 663,071. PUB. 10-20-1987. FILED 5-26-1987. 

1.482.942. DENQUEL. PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY, 
THE, (U.S. CL. 52). SN 663,079. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
5-26-1987. 

1.482.943. P3 AND DESIGN. HENKEL KOMMANDITGE- 
SELLSCHAFT AUF AKTIEN (HENKEL KGAA), MUL- 
TIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 3 AND 5). (U.S. CLS. 6 AND 
51). SN 663,092. PUB. 1-12-1988. RLED 5-26-1987. 

1.482.944. PERFECT CREME (STYLIZED). COSMYL. INC.. 
(U.S. CL. 51). SN 665.336 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-8-1987. 



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1.482.945. VICTOIUAN SCENTS. VICTORIAN SCENTS, 
(U.S. CL. 51). SN 666,406. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
6-15-1987. 

1.482.946. JONNY BLUE. KIWI BRANDS INC., (U.S. CL. 
52). SN 670,520. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-6-1987. 

1.482.947 JOHNSON WAX AND DESIGN. S. C. JOHNSON 
& SON, INC.. MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 3 AND 5), 
(U.S. CLS. 4, 6 AND 52). SN 671,681. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 7-13-1987. 

1.482.948 MADISON AVENUE. CAPTIVANT, LTD., (U.S. 
CL. 51). SN 673,245. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-20-1987. 

1.482,949. COLOR STRENGTH. BARRIELLE LTD., (U.S. 

CL. 51). SN 674,592. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-27-1987. 
1,482,950 EVEREST. PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY, 

THE, (US. CL. 51) SN 675.471. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 

7-30-1987. 

1.482.951. ANOUSKA. ANOUSKA HEMPEL LIMITED, 
MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 3, 14 AND 25), (US CLS. 
28. 39 AND 51). SN 677,015. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-7-1987. 

1.482.952. IRENE GARI (STYLIZED). FISKE INDUSTRIES. 
INC.. (U.S. CL. 51). SN 677,090. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-7-1987. 

1,482,953 UGNE MISTRAL AND DESIGN. CHIFFON 
NERIE INC., (U.S. CL. 51). SN 677,098. PUB. 1-12-1988 
FILED 8-7-1987 

1.482.954. SERIOUS CARE FOR BEAUTIFUL HAIR. RICH 
ARDSON-VICKS INC., (U.S. CL. 51). SN 677.508. PUB 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-IO-I987. 

1.482.955. VANISH. MONACO GROUP, INC, THE, (U.S. 
CL. 51). SN 677,954. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-12-1987 

1.482.956. PUROLA. CALIFORNIA PACIFIC RESEARCH, 
INC., (U.S. CLS. 51 AND 52). SN 678,364. PUB. 1-12-1988 
FILED 8-14-1987 

1.482.957. SOFT-N-LITE. TRIAD MARKETING. INC.. (U.S. 
CL. 51). SN 678,370 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-14-198T 

1.482.958. FHl FORMULA HAWAH (STYLIZED). FORMU 
LA HAWAII, LTD., MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 3 
AND 5), (U.S. CLS. 18 AND 51). SN 678.752. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.482.959. COLOR STROKES (STYLIZED). INNOVATIVE 
SAMPLING TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED, (U.S. 
CL. 51). SN 678,783. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.482.960. LIVING WATERS. BIOPRACTIC GROUP, INC., 
(U.S. CL. 51). SN 680.129. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-24-1987. 

1,482.961 SOFT RADIANTS. NOXELL CORPORATION. 

(U.S. CL. 51). SN 680.257. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 

8-24-1987. 
1,482.962. THRIVE. SHULTON. INC.. (U.S. CL. 51). SN 

680,980. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-27-1987. 
1,482.%3. RAPPORT. SHULTON, INC., (U.S. CLS. 51 AND 

52). SN 681,350. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-24-1987 

1.482.964. FROM THE TOP. UP AND COMING. INC., (U.S. 
CLS. 51 AND 52). SN 681,474. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-31-1987. 

1.482.965. HERTRON. HERTRON INTERNATIONAL. INC.. 
(U.S. CLS. 4 AND 52). SN 681,528. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-31-1987. 

1.482.966. ACCRUE. FABRILIFE CHEMICALS, INC.. (U.S. 
CL. 52). SN 681,563 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-31-1987. 

1.482.967. HEAOLINERS. HELENE CURTIS, INC.. (U.S. 
CL. 51). SN 681,565. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-31-1987. 

t.482,968. KREW COMB. MASTER WELL COMB COMPA- 
NY, (U.S. CL. 51). SN 681.601. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-31-1987. 



1.482.971 KERR MCGEE (STYLIZED). KERR-MCGEE RE- 
FINING CORPORATION, (U.S. CL. 15). SN 643,612. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 2-9-1987. 

1.482.972 ZIPPER-GO. JELDEN. KENNETH L., DBA 
JELDEN COMPANY, AND JELDEN, ROXYE L., (U.S. 
CL. 15). SN 656,812. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 4-23-1987. 

1.482.973. TIOLUBE. TIODIZE COMPANY. INC.. (U.S. 
CLS. 15 AND 16). SN 664,976. PUB. 11-10-1987. FILED 
6-5-1987. 

1.482.974. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. GIBSON GREET- 
INGS, INC., MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 4, 16, 20, 21, 
26 AND 28), (U.S. CLS. 2, 15, 22, 32, 37. 38, 40 AND 50). SN 
670,531. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-6-1987. 

1,482,975 EZ GUIDE AND DESIGN. TISCHER, ANN. (U.S. 
CL. 15). SN 672,246. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-15-1987. 

1,482,976. SAWSPEC. SAW 4 SPECIALTY CORPORA- 
TION. (U.S. CL. 15). SN 677,106. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-7-1987. 

1,482,977 MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. SYNERGY GROUP 
INCORPORATED. MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 4, 6 
AND 37). (U.S. CLS. 2. 15 AND 103). SN 677.966. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-12-1987. 

1.482.978. SYNERGY GAS AND DESIGN. SYNERGY 
GROUP INCORPORATED, MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. 
CLS. 4, 6 AND 37), (U.S. CLS. 2, 15 AND 103). SN 677,989. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-12-1987. 

1.482.979. SYNERGY GAS. SYNERGY GROUP INCORPO- 
RATED, MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 4, 6 AND 37), 
(U.S. CLS. 2, 15 AND 103). SN 677,991. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-12-1987. 

1.482.980. COOL-ADE. AMERICAN SAW & MFG. CC2MPA- 

NY. (U.S. CL. 15), SN 681.744 PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-31-1987. 



CLASS 4— LUBRICANTS AND FUELS 

1,482,866 {See Class I for this trademark). 

1,482,969 BHP. BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY COMPA- 
NY. LIMITED. THE, (US CLS. 1, 6 AND 15). SN 474,556. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 4-9-1984. 

1.482,970. U S MARINE. BAYLINER MARINE CORPORA- 
TION, (U.S. CL. 15). SN 583,124. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
2-18-1986. 



CLASS 5— PHARMACEUTICALS 

1 ,482,868 (5w Class 1 for this trademark). 
1,482,928 (See Class 3 for this trademark). 
\A92MHSee Class 3 for this trademark). 
1,482.947 (See Class 3 for this trademark). 
1,482,958 (See Class 3 for this trademark). 

1.482.981. CUTERPES. LABORATOIRES CHAUVIN- 
BLACHE, (US. CL. 18). SN 350.764. PUB. 2-28-1984. 
FILED 2-18-1982. 

1.482.982. PINE ACnON. STERLING DRUG INC., (U.S. 
CL. 6). SN 376,066. PUB. 9-6-1983 FILED 7-22-1982. 

1.482.983. BIRD PROTECTOR (STYLIZED). 8 IN I PET 
PRODUCTS, INC., (US, CL, 6). SN 508,265. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 11-13-1984. 

1.482.984. ELEMENTAL 028 AND DESIGN. SCIENTIFIC 
HOSPITAL SUPPLIES LIMITED, (US, CLS. 18 AND 46). 
SN 574,595. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 12-23-1985. 

1.482.985. SMITH -I- NEPHEW AND DESIGN. SMITH ft 
NEPHEW CONSOLIDATED INC., MULTIPLE CLASS, 
(INT. CLS. 5 AND 10), (U.S. CL. 44). SN 579,138. PUB. 
5-19-1987. FILED 7-23-1986. 

1.482.986. AMERICA'S MEDIONAL HERB COMPANY. 
TRADITIONAL MEDICINALS, INC.. (U.S. CLS. 18 AND 
46). SN 597,708. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 5-9-1986, 

1.482.987. SUPRAJEL. CHRISTIE GROUP LTD,. THE, TA 
POLYLAB, DIVISION OF THE CHRISTIE GROUP LTD,, 
(U.S. CLS. 6 AND 18). SN 613,077. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-30-1986. 

1,482,988 TOPISIN. PARA LABORATORIES, INC.. (U.S. 
CL. 44). SN 615.305. PUB. 5-19-1987. FILED 8-18-1986. 

1.482.989. OPCON. BAUSCH ft LOMB INCORPORATED,) 
ASSIGNEE OF MURO PHARMACEUTICAL, INC., (U.S. 
CL. 18). SN 623,283. PUB. 11-24-1987. FILED 10-1-1986. 

1.482.990. OPCON-A. BAUSCH ft LOMB INCORPORATED, 
ASSIGNEE OF MURO PHARMACEUTICAL, INC., (U.S. 
CL, 18). SN 623,284, PUB. 12-1-1987. FILED 10-1-1986. 



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1.482.991. BI-AGLUT. PLASMON DIETETICl ALIMEN- 
TARl S.P.A., MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 5 AND 30), 
(U.S. CLS. 18 AND 46). SN 625.942. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
10-20-1986. 

1.482.992. PRO EPA. PHARMAVITE CORPORATION, AS- 
SIGNEE OF VITA-FRESH VITAMIN CO., INC., (U.S. CL. 
18). SN 628,295. PUB, 3-3-1987, FILED 11-3-1986. 

1.482.993. DBF-ENERVITECT. RUDOLPHUS LAURENTIUS 
ANTONIUS VAN DE WINKEL AND JOHANNES 
PETRUS HENRICUS KERKHOFS, (U.S. CL. 18). SN 
633,646. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 12-4-1986. 

1.482.994. DENDRON. VALHAR CHEMICAL CORPORA- 
TION, DBA GRANNICKS PHARMACY, (U.S. CL. 18), SN 
634,146. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 12-8-1986. 

1,4(2,995. CANINECHECK. AMERICAN DIAGNOSTIC 

SALES, INC., (U.S. CLS. 6 AND 18). SN 634,342. PUB. 

11-24-1987. RLED 12-8-1986. 
1,482,9%. COVER-UP. PARKELL PRODUCTS, INC., (U.S. 

CLS. 18 AND 44). SN 639,298. PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 

1-12-1987. 

1.482.997. ODORGON, FRANMAR ft ASSOCIATES, (U.S. 
CL. 6). SN 639,344 PUB. 10-6-1987. FILED 1-12-1987 

1.482.998. TORAPRON. BRITISH PETROLEUM COMPANY 
P,L.C., THE, (U.S. CL. 6). SN 639,708. PUB. 5-19-1987. 
RLED 1-14-1987. 

1.482.999. AVIAN PLUS. ZOO MED LABORATORIES, 
INC., (U.S. CLS. 18 AND 46). SN 646,769. PUB. 1-12-1988, 
FILED 2-27-1987. 

1.483.000. GERM-CHEK. HERCON LABORATORIES COR- 
PORATION, (U.S. CL. 18). SN 657,818. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 4-28-1987. 

1.483.001. DLAKUR. KEMOVIT A/S, MULTIPLE CLASS, 
GNT. CLS. 5 AND 31), (U.S. CLS. 18 AND 46). SN 658,361. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 4-30-1987. 

1.483.002. ROADSTERS, MARLENN CORPORATION, DBA 
NATIONWIDE/MARLENN, (U.S. CL. 6). SN 660,090. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 5-11-1987, 

1.483.003. ZODUC MARLENN CORPORATION, DBA NA- 
TIONWIDE/MARLENN, (US, CL. 6). SN 660,092, PUB, 
1-12-1988. FILED 5-11-1987, 

1.483.004. RAUMEDIC. REHAU AG ft CO., MULTIPLE 
CLASS, ONT. CLS. 5 AND 10), (U.S. CLS. 18 AND 44). SN 
660,539. PUB. 1-12-1988. HLED 5-13-1987. 

1.483.005. SOLVAV. SOLVAY ft CIE, (U.S. CL. 18). SN 
663,250. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 5-27-1987. 

1.483.006. SOLVAY AND DESIGN. SOLVAY ft CIE, (US, 
CL, 18). SN 663.252. PUB. 1-12-1988, FILED 5-27-1987. 

1.483.007. DI-SYSTON. BAYER AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT, 
(U.S. CL. 6). SN 664,409. PUB. 1-12-1988, FILED 6-3-1987, 

1.483.008. A NAME YOU CAN DEPEND ON. E.R. SQUIBB ft 
SONS, INC., (U.S. CL. 18), SN 666,189, PUB, 1-12-1988, 
HLED 6-12-1987. 

1.483.009. CALFCHECK CONFIRM. AMERICAN DL\G- 
NOSnC SALES, INC., (US. CLS. 6 AND 18). SN 669,323, 
PUB. 11-24-1987. FILED 6-29-1987. 

1,483,010 MURRAY ft LANMAN MONEY SPRAY JACKPOT 
AND DESIGN. LANMAN ft KEMP-BARCLAY ft CO, IN- 
CORPORATED, (U.S. CL. 6). SN 676,143. PUB, 1-12-1988, 
FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.011. STAT LYTES (STYLIZED). INTERNATIONAL 
CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE, INC., (U.S. CL. 18). SN 
676,523. PUB, 12-29-1987. FILED 8-4-1987. 

1.483.012. GOLD STANDARD. CARTER-WALLACE. INC., 
(U.S. CL. 6). SN 676,747. PUB, 1-12-1988. FILED 8-6-1987. 

1.483.013. MARQUIS. AIRWICK INDUSTRIES, INC., (U.S. 
CL. 6). SN 677,179. PUB. 1-12-1988. RLED 8-7-1987, 

1.483.014. DUADACIN. HOECHST-ROUSSEL PHARMA- 
CEUTICALS INC., (U.S. CL. 18). SN 677,512. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-10-1987. 

1.483.015. CENTRISOL. MINNTECH CORPORATION, (U.S. 
CLS. 6 AND 44). SN 678,301. PUB. 1-12-1988, FILED 
8-4-1987. 

1.483.016. RENASOL. MINNTECH CORPORATION, (U.S. 
CLS. 6 AND 44). SN 678.302. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-14-1987. 

1.483.017. 3M (BLOCK FORM). MINNESOTA MINING 
AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY, (US, CL, 44). SN 
679,058. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 



1.483.018. KINDER-VITES. TISHCON CORPORATION, 
(U.S. CL. 18). SN 679,108. PUB. 1-12-1988, RLED 
8-17-1987. 

1.483.019. NUTUSSIN. NATURE'S HERBS, INC., (U.S. CL. 
18), SN 679,767. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-21-1987. 

1.483.020. BUCET. UAD LABORATORIES, INC., (US. CL, 
18). SN 680,233, PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-24-1987. 

1.483.021. OVER NITE. ENFORCER PRODUCTS. INC., 

(U.S. CL, 6). SN 680,287, PUB, 1-12-1988. RLED 8-24-1987. 

1.483.022. ENVIRONS. THE ANDERSONS, (U.S. CL, 6), SN 
680,743. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-26-1987. 

1.483.023. NIGHT WATCH. BOYLE-MIDWAY HOUSE- 
HOLD PRODUCTS, INC, (U.S. CL. 6), SN 680,990, PUB. 
1-12-1988, FILED 8-27-1987. 

1.483.024. EFFILAC. MONSANTO COMPANY. (U.S. CL. 18). 
SN 681,732. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-31-1987. 

1.483.025. HI-SPEED. CONSUMER DIRECT, INC., (U.S. CL. 
18). SN 681,907. PUB, 1-12-1988. FILED 8-31-1987. 



CLASS 6— METAL GOODS 

1.482.977 (See Class 4 for this trademark). 

1.482.978 (See Class 4 for this trademark). 
lAi2,919 (See Class 4 for this trademark). 

1.483.026. MACK AND DESIGN. MACK TRUCKS, INC., 
MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, 17, 22 
AND 27), (U.S. CLS. 2, 7, 13, 19, 21, 23, 26, 27, 34, 35, 36 
AND 50). SN 388,941. PUB. 3-6-1984, FILED 9-24-1982, 

1.483.027. THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA 1831 AND 
DESIGN. BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY 
OF ALABAMA, THE, MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 6, 
12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 34 AND 41), (U.S. CLS. 2. 3, 
8,- 13, 19, 22. 27, 28, 30, 32, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42. 50 AND 107). 
SN 397,799. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 9-30-1982. 

1.483.028. ACnON OFHCE. HERMAN MILLER, INC., 
MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT, CLS. 6. 9, 19 AND 20). (U.S. 
CLS. 12, 13, 21 AND 32). SN 490.159. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 7-16-1984. 

1.483.029. TITANAL (STYLIZED). AUSTRIA MET ALL AK- 
TIENGESELLSCHAFT. MULTIPLE CLASS, GNT. CLS. 6 
AND 28), (U.S. CLS. 14 AND 22). SN 596,733. PUB. 
1-12-1988. RLED 4-30-1986. 

1.483.030. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. KWIKSET CORPO- 
RATION, (U.S. CLS. 13 AND 25). SN 597.041. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 5-5-1986. 

1.483.031. HOBEKA. HOBEKA FENSTERFABRIK GMBH 
ft CO., MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT, CLS, 6 AND 19). (U.S. 
CL. 12). SN 601,706. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-2-1986. 

1.483.032. METRO AND DESIGN. INTERMETRO INDUS- 
TRIES CORPORATION. MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 
6. 11, 12, 20, 21 AND 22), (U.S. CLS. 2, 12, 13, 19, 29, 30, 31, 
32 AND 50). SN 606,564. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-26-1986. 

1.483.033. CM AND DESIGN. CRUCIBLE MATERIALS 
CORPORATION, MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 6 AND 
9). (US, CLS, 13 AND 21). SN 618,989, PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 9-9-1986. 

1.483.034. IKG BORDEN. HARSCO CORPORATION. (U.S. 
CLS. 12 AND 14). SN 619.108. PUB. 8-18-1987. FILED 
9-10-1986. 

1.483.035. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. WALTRON LTD., 
(U.S. CL. 13). SN 625,447. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
10-16-1986. 

1.483.036. COLDSEAL. INDIAN HEAD INDUSTRIES, INC.. 
MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS, 6 AND 17). (US, CLS, 13 
AND 35), SN 635,751, PUB, 1-12-1988, HLED 12-16-1986, 

1.483.037. LAWRENCE AND DESIGN. LAWRENCE ENGI- 
NEERING AND SUPPLY, INC., (U.S. CL. 13). SN 639.338. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 1-12-1987. 

1.483.038. TESTANDRAIN. AGF MANUFACTURING. INC.. 
(US, CL. 13), SN 639,639. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
1-13-1987. 



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1.483.039. METRO. INTERMETRO INDUSTRIES CORPO- 
RATION, MULTIPLE CLASS. flNT. CLS. 6. 11, 12. 20. 21 
AND 22). (U.S. CLS. 2, 12, 13. 19. 29, 30, 31, 32 AND 50). SN 
646,434. PUB. 1-12-1988. RLED 2-25-1987. 

1.483.040. PERMA-PLATE. ATTWOOD CORPORATION, 
MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 6 AND 11), (U.S. CLS. 13 
AND 14). SN 647,908. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 3-5-1987. 

1.483.041. NEW STAR AND DESIGN. NIPPON DOOR 
CHECK MFG. CO.. LTD.. (U.S. CL. 13). SN 650.074. PUB. 
1-12-1988. RLED 3-19-1987. 

1.483.042. WALTER OF WABASH. B. WALTER & CO.. INC.. 
(U.S. CLS. 13 AND 32). SN 652.162. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
3-30-1987 

1.483.043. POWERGRIP. TEXTRON INC, DBA THE 
CAMCAR DIVISION OF TEXTRON INC., (U.S. CL. 13). 
SN 663,775. PUB. 11-10-1987. FILED 6-1-1987 

1.483.044. VALUE PLUS. AMEROCK CORPORATION. (U.S. 
CLS. 2 AND 13). SN 663.939. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
6-1-1987. 

1.483.045. BEZINAL. N.V BEKAERT S.A.. (U.S. CLS 12 
AND 13). SN 666.863. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-16-1987. 

1.483.046. FOLLANSBEE. FOLLANSBEE STEEL CORPO- 
RATION. (US CLS. 12 AND 50). SN 670.351. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 7-6-1987. 

1.483.047. REYLOCK. REYNOLDS METALS COMPANY, 
(U.S. CL. 50). SN 671,990. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-13-1987. 

1.483.048. CONTECH. CONTECH CONSTRUCTION PROD- 
UCTS INC.. (U.S. CL. 13). SN 679,335. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-19-1987. 



CLASS 7— MACHINERY 

1,482,876 (Set Class I for this trademark). 
1,482,879 {See Class I for this trademark). 
1,483.026 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1,483.049 LASERX2 (STYLIZED). VERMONT AMERICAN 

CORPORATION. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 566,404. PUB. 

10-28-1986. FILED 11-1-1985. 

1.483.050. PRO-MIST. MADSEN. RICHARD A.. (U.S. CL. 
23). SN 601,8%. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-2-1986. 

1.483.051. TEEL AND DESIGN. DAYTON ELECTRIC 
MANUFACTURING CO.. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 605.590. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 6-23-1986. 

1.483.052. PERMACISOR. B.C. CLEAN WOOD PRESERV- 
ERS LTD.. (LIS. CL. 23). SN 616.559. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-25-1986. 

1.483.053. BRUTUS. ESCALATOR HANDRAIL COMPANY 
INC.. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 621.868. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
9^25-1986. 

1.483.054. LOEPFE-ROBOCONE. GEBRUDER LOEPFE 
AG. MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 7 AND 20). (U.S. 
CLS. 23 AND 32). SN 623,419. PUfe. 1-12-1988. RLED 
10-1-1986. 

1.483.055. KICE AND DESIGN. KICE INDUSTRIES. INC.. 
MULTIPLE CLASS, ONT. CLS. 7 AND 11). (U.S. CLS. 23. 
31 AND 34). SN 630,823 PUB. 1-12-1988. RLED 
11-17-1986. 

1.483.056. MINNESOTA RUBBER. QUADION CORPORA- 
TION. DBA MINNESOTA RUBBER COMPANY, MULTI- 
PLE CLASS. (INT CLS. 7, 9. 12 AND 17), (U.S. CLS. 19. 
21, 23, 35 AND 36). SN 633.447. PUB. 1-12-1988. HLED 
12-3-1986. 

1.483.057. ULTI-MATE AND DESIGN. M C. HYOTT TOOL 
CO. LTD.. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 634,412. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 12-9-1986. 

1.483.058. STARK. STARK SPA. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 634.555. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 12-9-1986. 

1.483.059. MAGNUM FORCE SERIES. HOLMATRO, INC.. 
(U.S. CL. 23). SN 635.143. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
12-12-1986. 

1.483.060. TECNOCAR FILTRI AND DESIGN. TECNOCAR 
S.P.A.. MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 7 AND 12). (U.S. 
CLS. 19 AND 23). SN 636.221. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
12-17-1986. 



1.483.061. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. MARUZEN 
SEWING MACHINE CO.. LTD.. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 639,077. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 1-9-1987, 

1.483.062. WINPARTS AND DESIGN. FIAT AUTO S.P.A., 
MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 7, 9, 11 AND 12), (U.S. 
CLS. 19. 21 AND 23). SN 640.278. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
1-20-1987. 

1.483.063. ULTRAPRESS. CARRE. INC.. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 
641,544. PUB 1-12-1988 FILED 1-28-1987. 

1.483.064. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. SPECIAL DESIGN 
OFFICE "TRANSPROORESS" OF THE REPUBLICAN 
INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION, THE, (U.S. CL. 23). SN 
643,936 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-5-1987. 

1.483.065. US AND DESIGN. NEW YORK SEWING MA- 
CHINE ATTACHMENT CORP.. INC.. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 
644.140. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 2-11-1987. 

1.483.066. M M MELLEY (STYLIZED). MELLEY DIESEL. 
CORP., (U.S. CL. 23). SN 647,202. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 
3-2-1987. 

1.483.067. BLACK MAGIC PRESSURE WASHING AND 
DESIGN. BLACK MAGIC CHIMNEY SWEEPS INTER- 
NATIONAL, INC., MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 7, 41 
AND 42), (U.S. CLS. 23, 101 AND 107). SN 653.930. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 4-8-1987. 

1.483.068. BRAVE. BRAVE INDUSTRIES. INC.. MULTI- 
PLE CLASS. (INT CLS. 7. 8 AND 12). (U.S. CLS. 19 AND 
23). SN 655.632. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 4-16-1987. 

1.483.069. VnTLEVEYOR (STYLIZED). E. F. BAVIS A AS- 
SOCIATES. INC., (U.S. CL 23) SN 658,070. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 4-30-1987 

1.483.070. SM-BEISTER. SUMITOMO HEAVY INDUS- 
TRIES, LTD, (U.S. CL. 23). SN 663,263. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 5-27-1987 

1.483.071. AUTOBOARD. TAKATORl INTECH CORPORA- 
TION. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 666,036. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
6-10-1987. 

1.483.072. CONMOR. CONMOR CONSTRUCTION EQUIP- 
MENT. INC. (US. CL. 23). SN 668.834. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 6-25-1987 

1.483.073. IMC. IMC MAGNETICS CORP., MULTIPLE 
CLASS, (INT. CLS. 7, 9. II AND 12), (U.S. CLS. 19, 23, 26 
AND 34). SN 672.164. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-15-1987. 

1.483.074. LAWN RANGER. TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS. 
INC.. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 673,261 PUB. 1-I2-I988. FILED 
7-20-1987. 

1.483.075. DAGGER (STYLIZED). FUJI ROBIN KABUSHIKI 
KAISHA. (U.S. CL 23). SN 674,055 PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 7-23-1987. 

1.483.076. AOD. ITT CORPORATION, (U.S. CL. 23). SN 
674.301. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-24-1987. 

1.483.077. NORTH AMERICAN GREEN. NORTH AMERI- 
CAN GREEN. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 674,344. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 7-24-1987. 

1.483.078. LIFT OFF. ADVANCED PRODUCTS AND 
TECHNOLOGIES. INC.. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 676,071. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.079. SWINGING SINGLE AND DESIGN. LUMMUS IN- 
DUSTRIES. INC.. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 676.146. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483,080 JET STREAM. CENTURY INTERNATIONAL 
CORPORATION, (U.S. CL. 23). SN 676,235. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.081. CONTTTHERM. GASTI VERPACKUNGSMAS- 
CHINEN GMBH, (U.S. CL. 23). SN 676.472. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.082. HI-SPEEDPOWER. BRYANT GRINDER CORPO- 
RATION. (US CL 23). SN 676.728. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-6- 1987 

1.483.083. COMirROL. URSCHEL LABORATORIES IN- 
CORPORATED. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 676.868. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-6-1987. 

1.483.084. M.C.S.. M.C.S.S, LTD.. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 677.014. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-7-1987. 

1.483.085. ULTRAMAG. NOMA INC.. (U.S. CLS. 19 AND 
21). SN 677,557. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-10-1987. 



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1.483.086. MOTOR-PATROL. SM(X)TH CORP.. THE. (U.S. 
CL. 23). SN 678,328. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-14-1987. 

1.483.087. UBERATOR. PRINTING DEVELOPMENTS. 
INC., (U.S. CL. 23). SN 678,732. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-17-1987. 

1.483.088. SBS. MINNESOTA MINING AND MANUFAC- 
TURING COMPANY, (U.S. CL. 23). SN 678,807, PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.089. 3M (BLOCK FORM). MINNESOTA MINING 
AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY, (U.S. CL. 23). SN 
678,808. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.090. HOOKIT. MINNESOTA MINING AND MANU- 
FACTURING COMPANY, (US. CL. 23). SN 678.809, PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.091. 3M (STYLIZED). MINNESOTA MINING AND 
MANUFACTURING COMPANY. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 
678.811. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.092. HS AND DESIGN. HAMON-SOBELCX) S.A.. (U.S. 
CL. 23). SN 679,442 PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.093. INTERCUT. JOHN E. FOX. INC.. (U.S. CL. 23). 
SN 680,246. PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 8-24-1987. 

1.483.094. THE ULTIMATE. U.S. PRODUCTS. INC.. (U.S. 
CL. 23). SN 681,064. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-28-1987. 

1.483.095. PERMASHRED. PAYMASTER CORPORATION, 
THE. (US, CL, 23). SN 683,131. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
9-8-1987. 

1.483.096. TRENCHMASTER. BROWN MANUFACTURING 
CORPORATION. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 683,310 PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 9-9-1987. 



1.483.110. SANI-HANDLE. WILLHOITE. STANLEY. (U.S. 
CL. 23). SN 680,677. PUB. 1-12-1988. HLED 8-26-1987. 



CLASS 8— HAND TOOLS 

1,482.867 (See Class I for this trademark). 
1.483.068 (See Class 7 for this trademark). 

1.483.097. MARTTIIW. J. MARTTIININ PUUKKOTCHDAS 
OY. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 569,669. PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 
11-21-1985. 

1.483.098. TRISTAR AND DESIGN. LIFETIME CUTLERY 
CORPORATION. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 580.733. PUB. 
10-28-1986. FILED 2-3-1986. 

1.483.099. RALLY. WINDMERE CORPORATION. (U.S. CL. 
23). SN 607,650 PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 7-3-1986. 

1.483.100. BODUM. BRITBO HOLDING AG. MULTIPLE 
CLASS. (INT, CLS, 8, 20 AND 21), (US, CLS. 2, 23, 30. 32 
AND 33). SN 620356. PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 7-21-1986, 

1.483.101. NAIL LAB. INVERNESS CORPORATION. (US, 
CL, 23), SN 621,660, PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 9-23-1986. 

1.483.102. SALON ESSENTIALS. INTERNATIONAL 
BEAUTY DISTRIBUTORS, INC., MULTIPLE CLASS, 
(INT. CLS. 8, II AND 21), (U.S. CLS. 23, 29 AND 44). SN 
623,609. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 10-2-1986. 

1.483.103. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. LENINGRAD MA- 
CHINE BUILDING ASSOCIATED WORKS "SPUTNIK", 
MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 8, 9, 11 AND 28). (U.S. 
CLS. 21. 22. 23 AND 44). SN 633.357. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 12-3-1986. 

1.483.104. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. CORONNA CLIP- 
PER COMPANY. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 634.331. PUB. 
1-12-1988. RLED 12-8-1986. 

1.483.105. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. CORONNA CLIP- 
PER COMPANY. (U.S. CL 23). SN 634,332. PUB. 
1-12-1988, FILED 12-8-1986 

1.483.106. BIG GOLD 1959 AND DESIGN. TAHCHIN PLAS- 
TICS CO.. LTD., (U.S. CL. 23). SN 636,847. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 12-22-1986 

1.483.107. PIONEER. C. H. GUENTHER & SON. INC., DBA 
PIONEER FLOUR MILLS, MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. 
CLS. 8 AND 24), (U.S. CLS. 23 AND 42). SN 645.001. PUB. 
J- 12-1988. FILED 2-17-1987. 

1.483.108. THRU-BOLT. CHICAGO PNEUMATIC TOOL 
COMPANY. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 645.911. PUB, 1-12-1988, 
FILED 2-24- 1 987 

1.483.109. SOF-TFTE. CRITCHER. JOHN L,. DBA ARTO- 
MATE CO, INC, (US, CL. 23). SN 675.416. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 7-30-1987. 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SaENTinC 
APPARATUS 

1.482,864 (See Class I for this trademark). 
1,483,026 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1,483,028 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1,483,033 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1,483,056 (See Class 7 for this trademark). 
1,483,062 (See Class 7 for this trademark). 
1,483,073 (See Class 7 for this trademark). 
1.483,103 (See Class 8 for this trademark). 

1.483.111. LINKDATA A?«a) DESIGN. LINKDATA. INC., 
(U.S. CLS. 26 AND 38). SN 435,816. PUB. 1-12-1988, FILED 
7-22-1983, 

1.483.112. UNKDATA. LINKDATA. INC., (U.S. CLS. 26 
AND 38). SN 435.820 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-22-1983. 

1.483.1 13. rrs 8300. CENTEL FINANCIAL SYSTEMS. INC.. 
(U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26). SN 464,316. PUB. 5-6-1986. RLED 
2-6-1984. 

1.483.114. LUMBER JACK. AREA COMPUTER SERVICES. 
INC.. (U.S. CL. 38) SN 531.226. PUB. 10-22-1985. FILED 
4-8-1985. 

1.483.115. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. BUSINESS INFOR- 
MATION SYSTEMS. INC.. (U.S. CL. 38). SN 543.248. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 6-17-1985. 

1.483.116. THE ROBOTUNES. APOLLO ELECTRONICS 
LIMITED, TA DORCHESTER ELECTRONICS, MULTI- 
PLE CLASS, (INT. CLS, 9 AND 16), (US, CLS, 21. 36 
AND 38), SN 552.508, PUB 1-12-1988, HLED 8-8-1985. 

1.483.117. EXEC. DICTAPHONE CORPORATION, (U.S. 
CLS. 21 AND 36). SN 559,353. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
9-20-1985. 

1.483.118. IDEADISK. IDEASSOCIATES, INC.. (U.S. CLS. 
26 AND 38). SN 562.535. PUB. 3-4-1986. FILED 10-10-1985. 

1.483.119. IDEANET. IDEASSOCIATES. INC.. (U.S. CLS, 26 
AND 38), SN 562,646, PUB, 2-25-1986, FILED 10-10-1985, 

1.483.120. INDEX. LUMONICS INC. (US, CLS. 21 AND 26). 
SN 575,337. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 12-27-1985. 

1.483.121. CARDWARE. THOUGHTWARE, INC., (U.S. CL. 
38). SN 584,104. PUB. 12-9-1986. FILED 2-21-1986. 

1.483.122. nGER AND DESIGN. LEAD YEAR ENTER- 
PRISE CO., LTD., (U.S. CLS. 21, 26, 36 AND 38). SN 
586,974. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 3-10-1986. 

1.483.123. AMP-ULTREX. AMP INCORPORATED. (U.S. CL. 
21). SN 588,013, PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 3-14-1986, 

1.483.124. ADAS. RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTE. 
MULTIPLE CLASS, ONT, CLS, 9 AND 16). (U.S. CL. 38). 
SN 589.189 PUB, 3-3-1987, FILED 3-21-1986, 

1.483.125. SOS-MEDIC. VERHOEVEN. JOHANNES H.M., 
AKA J.H.M. VERHOEVEN, MULTIPLE CLASS. (ItiT. 
CLS. 9. 16 AND 20). (U.S. CLS. 21. 26. 38 AND 50). SN 
592.299. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 4-8-1986, 

1.483.126. ARRAY. BECKMAN INSTRUMENTS, INC., (U.S. 
CL. 26). SN 597,061. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 5-5-1986. 

1.483.127. DDI AND DESIGN. METRO-TEL CX)RP., (U.S. 
CLS. 21 AND 26). SN 600,008. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
5-21-1986. 

1.483.128. EMMA. STUDSVIK ENERGITEKNIK AB, (U.S. 
CL. 26), SN 607,857, PUB, 1-12-1988, HLED 7-2-1986, 

1.483.129. ENTERPRISE 4000. PORTA-PRINTER SYSTEMS. 
INC., (U.S. CLS. 26 AND 38), SN 609,440, PUB. 4-7-1987. 
FILED 7-14-1986. 

1.483.130. NOCOAX. PASO SOUND PRODUCTS, INC., 
(U.S. CL. 21). SN 609,482. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-14-1986, 

1.483.131. IMAGEMATE. PRESENTATION TECHNOL- 
OGIES. INC, (US, CL, 38), SN 615,146. PUB. 7-7-1987. 
FILED 8-18-1986. 

1.483.132. ACCENTS. ANDIS COMPANY, MULTIPLE 
CLASS, (INT. CLS. 9 AND 11), (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 44). SN 
616,080. PUB. 10-27-1987, FILED 8-22-1986, 



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1.483.133. MARCON. ELMCO, (U.S. CL. 26). SN 619.451 
PUB. 2-17-1987. FILED 9-12-1986. 

1.483.134. LANTEK (STYLIZED). CITRONIC LIMITED, 
(U.S. CLS. 21. 26 AND 36). SN 620.531. PUB. 10-13-1987 
FILED 9-17-1986. 

1.483.135. PACS PLUS. SIGNAL TECHNOLOGY INCOR 
PORATED. (U.S. CL. 38). SN 623.849. PUB. 1-12-1988 
FILED 10-3-1986 

1.483.136. PROFLEX. COMP EQUIPMENT CORPORA 
TION. (U.S. CLS. 26, 39 AND 44). SN 625.302. PUB 
1-12-1988. FILED 10-14-1986. 

1.483.137. CORRSOFT. UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER 
INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. (U.S. 
CLS. 26 AND 38). SN 625.777. PUB. 1-12-1988. RLED 
10-17-1986. 

1.483.138. ERYPUR. ORGANON TEKNIKA B.V.. (U.S. CL. 
26). SN 625.850. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 10-8-1986. 

1.483.139 IMAGE AND DESIGN. GLOBAL SOUND SYS- 
TEMS LIMITED. (U.S. CL. 21). SN 627.415. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 10-28-1986. 

1.483.140. BLUE BEAST. SHELBY GROUP INTERNATION- 
AL. INC.. (U.S. CLS. 26 AND 39). SN 627.540. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 10-29-1986. 

1,483.141 KODUK. SHELBY GROUP INTERNATIONAL. 
INC.. (U.S. CLS. 26 AND 39). SN 627,543. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 10-29-1986. 

1.483.142. PIXBOX AND DESIGN. NIRECaBRILLING IN- 
STRUMENTS, INC., DBA NB INSTRUMENTS, INC., 
(U.S. CL. 26) SN 630,919 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
11-17-1986. 

1.483.143. SCANTOOLS (STYLIZED). NATIONAL COM- 
PUTER SYSTEMS, INC., (U.S. CL. 38). SN 632,767. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 11-28-1986. 

1.483.144. PAGELASER. KABUSHIKI KAISHA TOSHIBA. 
TA TOSHIBA CORPORATION. (US. CL. 26). SN 633.921 
PUB. 1-I2-I988. FILED 12-5-1986. 

1.483.145. IR-PLAN. SPECTRA-TECH. INC., (U.S. CL. 26). 
SN 636,230. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 12-19-1986. 

1.483.146. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. PHILIPS EXPORT 
B.V.. MULTIPLE CLASS, (I?>rr. CLS. 9 AND 16). (U.S. 
CLS. 14, 21, 23, 26, 36, 37 AND 38). SN 637,402. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 12-29-1986. 

1,483,147 FAVOURITE TRACK SELECnON FTS (STYL- 
IZED). PHILIPS EXPORT B.V.. (U.S. CL. 36). SN 637,412. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 12-29-1986. 

1.483.148. HATIS. FERRANTI PLC. (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26). 
SN 638.614. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 1-7-1987 

1.483.149. ALDUS AND DESIGN. ALDUS CORPORATION, 
(U.S. CL. 38). SN 639,419. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
1-12-1987. 

1.483.150. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. ALDUS CORPORA- 
TION, (U.S. CL. 38). SN 639,420. PUB. 1-12-1988. RLED 
1-12-1987. 

1.483.151. STEELGUARD. HENNIG. INC.. (U.S. CL. 26). SN 
641,190. PUB 1-12-1988 FILED 1-27-1987. 

1.483.152. MAXUM. 47TH STREET PHOTO, INC.. (U.S. CL. 
26). SN 641,890. PUB. 6-9-1987. FILED 1-29-1987. 

1.483.153. AUTOPROF. BENNEWORTH ADVANCED SYS- 
TEMS INC., (U.S. CL 38). SN 644,048. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 2-10-1987. 

1.483.154. CORE TECHNOLOGIES AND DESIGN. CORE 
TECHNOLOGIES, INC., (U.S. CLS. 2, 26 AND 32). SN 
644.117. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-11-1987. 

1.483.155. PASHA (STYLIZED). CARTIER INTERNATION- 
AL, B.V., MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 9. 18 AND 34). 
(U.S. CLS. 1. 3. 8. 9. 17, 26 AND 41). SN 646,288. PUB. 
10-13-1987. FILED 2-20-1987. 

1.483.156. AMERITECH COMMUNICATIONS. AMERI- 
TECH COMMUNICATIONS. INC.. (U.S. CL. 26). SN 
646,967. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-27-1987. 

1.483.157. FOCUS SPEAKER SYSTEMS "A STEREO IMAGE 
YOU DONT HAVE TO IMAGINE" AND DESIGN. FOCUS 
SPEAKER SYSTEMS. INC., (U.S. CL. 21). SN 647,514. 
PUB. 7-7-1987. RLED 2-27-1987. 

1.483.158. THE BANK STREET WRITER OL BANK 
STREET COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, (U.S. CL. 38). SN 
647.979. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 3-5-1987. 



1.483.159. MOORE. MOORE BUSINESS FORMS. INC., 
MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 9 AND 16). (U.S. CLS. 11. 
21. 23. 26 AND 37). SN 649.001. PUB. 8-4-1987. FILED 
3-12-1987. 

1.483.160. PRIMAGE 90-GT. PRIMAGES INC., (U.S. CL. 26). 
SN 649.003. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 6-1 1-1987. 

1.483.161. DUAL-AIR. RACAL AIRSTREAM. INC.. (U.S. 
CLS. 26 AND 44) SN 650.241. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
3-18-1987. 

1.483.162. HOME COURT ADVANTAGE. HOME TEAM AD- 
VANTAGE, (US. CL. 26). SN 650,461. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 3-20-1987. 

1.483.163. FORECAST EXPRESS (BLOCK FORM). 
EXJSCHER. JOHN. (L'.S CL. 38) SN 650.965 PUB. 
8-18-1987 FILED 3-23-1987. 

1.483.164. SOMAT (STYLIZED). SOMAT CORPORATION. 

(U.S. CL. 26). SN 651,972. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
3-30-1987. 

1.483.165. ACCU/CAO. ACCUGRAPH CORPORATION, 

(U.S. CL. 38). SN 652,497 PUB. 8-11-1987. FILED 
3-31-1987. 

1.483.166. THE BLASS TSA ADVANTAGE. RAWHIDE 
SOFTWARE. INC., (U.S. CL. 38). SN 654,968. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 4-13-1987. 

1.483.167 HEARTSIM. LAERDAL MEDICAL CORPORA- 
TION, (U.S. CL. 26). SN 656,783. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
4-23-1987. 

1.483.168. MICRO CONTROL AND DESIGN. IMRS INC.. 
(U.S. CL. 38). SN 657,279. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
4-27-1987. 

1.483.169. CORREC-PAK. CONDUCTIVE CONTAINERS. 
INC.. (U.S. CLS. 2. 26 AND 37). SN 657,295. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 4-27-1987. 

1.483.170. AST PREMIUM. AST RESEARCH. INC., (U.S. 
CLS. 21, 26 AND 38). SN 658,550. PUB 9-15-1987. FILED 
5-4-1987. 

1.483.171. NORCLEAN AND DESIGN. NORCLEAN INDUS- 
TRIER A/S. (U.S. CL. 23). SN 659,599. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 5-8-1987. 

1.483.172. EUROPAC (STYLIZED). SCHROFF GESELL- 
SCHAFT MIT BESCHRANKTER HAFTUNG, (U.S. CL. 
21). SN 660,538. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 5-13-1987. 

1.483.173. CRITTER COUNTY. CHRISTINE WYRTZEN 
MINISTRY, INC., MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 9, 16 
AND 28), (US CLS 21, 22. 36 AND 38). SN 661,299. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 5-18-1987. 

1.483.174. GOOD NUMBERS. CREATIVE SYNERGY COR- 
PORATION, (U.S. CL. 38). SN 661.400. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 5-18-1987. 

1.483.175. EXCELERATOR + PLUS. INTERNATIONAL 
COMPUTER PRODUCTS AND COMPONENTS. INC., 
(U.S. CL. 26). SN 661.484 PUB, 1-12-1988. FILED 
5-18-1987. 

1.483.176. TAPEWALKS. PACESETTER PRODUCTIONS, 
INC.. (U.S. CL. 36). SN 661.733. PUB. I-I2-1988. FILED 
5-19-1987, 

1.483.177. SAFENET. SELECT ENGINEERED SYSTEMS, 
INC., (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26). SN 662,525. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
RLED 5-22-1987. 

1.483.178. INSIGHT GRAPHIC SYSTEMS. LSI LIGHTING 
SYSTEMS INC., (US. CL. 21). SN 663,351. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 5-28-1987. 

1.483.179. INDEXVISION. TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPA- 
NY. (U.S. CL. 38). SN 663.616 PUB 10-13-1987, FILED 
5-28-1987, 

1.483.180. SCWL. MIDWEST RESEARCH OF MICHIGAN, 
INC. ASSIGNEE OF S & B PROMOTIONS. INC.. DBA 
MIDWEST RESEARCH. (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 36). SN 
665.982. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-11-1987. 

1.483.181. MASTER C 4 J. JONES. JESSIE, (U.S. CL. 36). SN 
668.922, PUB, 1-12-1988. FILED 6-29-1987. 

1.483.182. MULTI REED AND DESIGN. THERMOSEN. IN- 
CORPORATED. (U.S. CL. 21). SN 669,694. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
HLED 7-1-1987. 



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1.483.183. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. BARDES CORPO- 
I RATION, (U.S. CL. 21), SN 670,200. PUB. 1-12-1988, 

FILED 7-6-1987, 

1.483.184. CRONOS. ACUMULADORES MEXICANOS, S.A. 
DE C.V.. (U.S. CL, 21), SN 670.473, PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 
7-6-1987, 

1.483.185. V (STYLIZED). VITRONICS CORPORATION. 
j (U.S. CLS. 21. 26 AND 34). SN 670.813. PUB. 1-12-1988. 

FILED 7-8-1987. 

1.483.186. UNITED TECHNOLOGIES. UNITED TECHNOL- 
OGIES CORPORATION, (US. CL 21), SN 671.697, PUB. 
1-12-1988, FILED 7-13-1987 

1.483.187. UNITED TECHNOLOGIES AND DESIGN. 
I UNITED TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION. (U.S. CL. 
' 21). SN 671.698. PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 7-13-1987. 

1.483.188. UNITED TECHNOLOGIES. UNITED TECHNOL- 
OGIES CORPORATION. (US CL, 26), SN 671,700, PUB, 
1-12-1988, FILED 7-13-1987 

1.483.189. UNITED TECHNOLOGIES AND DESIGN. 
UNITED TECHNOLOGIES CORPOft,ATION. (U.S. CL. 
26). SN 671.701. PUB. 1-12-1988, FILED 7-13-1987, 

1.483.190. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. OMNAR TECH- 
NOLOGIES. INC. (US CL 21), SN 671.832, PUB. 
1-12-1988, FILED 7-13-1987, 

1.483.191. LOTUS REPORT WRITER. LOTUS DEVELOP- 
MENT CORPORATION. (US CL. 38). SN 672.163. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 7-15-1987. 

1.483.192. PPG. CAEDENT CORPORATION, (U.S. CL. 38). 
SN 672.185. PUB. 1-12-1988, FILED 7-15-1987, 

1.483.193. CLEAN-WINDER (STYLIZED). S & H INTERNA- 
TIONAL. INC. (U,S, CL, 21), SN 672.273, PUB, 1-12-1988, 
FILED 7-6-1987, 

1.483.194. DIAMOND EYES. INTERNATIONAL TROPIC- 
CAL. INC., (U.S. CL. 26). SN 672,683. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 7-17-1987. 

1.483.195. STEPS. NETEXPRESS SYSTEMS. INC., (U.S. CL. 
38). SN 672,855. PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 7-17-1987. 

1.483.196. TOP-TOOLS. SODECIM. S.A.. (US. CL. 38). SN 
674.020, PUB, 1-12-1988. FILED 7-22-1987, 

1.483.197. SMART CLOCK. MANVILLE CORPORATION. 
(US, CL, 26), SN 674,906, PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 
7-27-1987, 

1.483.198. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. KONICOV. 
BARRIE. (US, CLS, 21 AND 36), SN 676,384, PUB, 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.199. GARLAND. DUNHILL COMPACT CLASSICS, 
INC. (U.S. CL. 36). SN 677.158. PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 
8-7-1987, 

1.483.200. MAGNETRAK. MCDONNELL DOUGLAS COR- 
. PORATION. (U.S. CL. 26). SN 677,291. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
I FILED 8-10-1987. 

1.483.201. LEAK ALERT. UNIVERSAL SENSORS AND DE- 
VICES. INC. (US, CLS, 21 AND 26), SN 677.309, PUB, 
1-12-1988, FILED 8-10-1987, 

1.483.202. PHAR LAP SOFT WARE AND DESIGN. PHAR 
LAP SOFTWARE. INCORPORATED, (US, CL. 38). SN 
677,341. PUB, 1-12-1988. FILED 8-10-1987. 

1.483.203. IMAGEPAK (STYLIZED). INTERAND CORPO- 
RATION. (US, CL, 26), SN 677.669. PUB, 1-12-1988, 
FILED 8-10-1987, 

1.483.204. SYSM/PC. H&W COMPUTER SYSTEMS. INC. 
(U.S. CL. 38). SN 677.768. PUB. 1-12-1988, FILED 
8-10-1987. 

1.483.205. ZONE COMMAND. SNYDERGENERAL CORPO- 
RATION, (U.S. CL. 26), SN 677.962, PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-12-1987, 

1.483.206. OREGON SOFTWARE. ORECiON SOFTWARE. 
INC, (U.S. CL. 38). SN 678,021. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-11-1987. 

1.483.207. THERMAC. BABCOCK & WILCOX COMPANY. 
THE, (U.S. CL, 38), SN 678.054, PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 
8-12-1987, 

1.483.208. DENTAL OPTICS. DENTAL OPTICS MANU- 
FACTURING, INC, (US, CL. 26). SN 678,335. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-14-1987. 

1.483.209. CUMULUS. CUMULUS TECHNOLOGY CORPO- 
RATION, (U.S. CL, 26), SN 678,549. PUB. 1-12-1988. 

, FILED 8-10-1987. 



1.483.210. FLUID-GARD AND DESIGN. FLUID-CARD, 
INC., (U.S. CL. 26), SN 678,552, PUB 1-12-1988, FILED 
8-14-1987, 

1.483.211. EASY-PLAN. WOLFL. PETER. (US, CL, 38). SN 
678.641. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.212. SAFER. SAFER EMERGENCY SYSTEMS, INC. 
(US, CL. 26). SN 678,672. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-17-1987. 

1.483.213. PULSE PROTECnON. WHISTLER CORPORA- 
TION. (U.S. CL. 26). SN 678.682, PUB, 1-12-1988 FILED 
8-17-1987, 

1.483.214. EAZY PC. ZENITH ELECTRONICS CORPORA- 
TION. (US. CL. 26). SN 678,967. PUB, 1-12-1988, RLED 
8-17-1987. 

1.483.215. DIOPTIMUM SYSTEM. BARNES-HIND. INC., 
(U.S. CLS, 26 AND 38), SN 678,982, PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 
8-17-1987. 

1.483.216. TRANSITIONS. PLACENTA MUSIC. INC. (U.S. 
CL. 36). SN 679.035. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.217. DO-TECH AND DESIGN. KO-PORT TRADING. 
INC. (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 36). SN 679.065. PUB. 1-12-1988 
FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.218. PLD. MARLEY-WYLAIN COMPANY. THE, (US, 
CL. 26). SN 679.137. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-18-1987. 

1.483.219. TOUCH TS SERVE. AWA COMPUTERS. LTD.. 
(US, CL, 38). SN 679,159, PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 
8-18-1987. 

1.483.220. PANACHE. SHL OPTICAL CORP.. (US, CL, 26), 
SN 679,261, PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 8-19-1987 

1.483.221. B I P P AND DESIGN. DISASTER RECOVERY 
INCORPORATED, (U.S. CL. 38). SN 679,543 PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-20-1987. 

1.483.222. SLIMSEAL. WORCESTER CONTROLS CORPO- 
RATION. (U.S. CL. 26). SN 679.667, PUB, 1-12-1988, 
FILED 8-20-1987. 

1.483.223. ore (STYLIZED). COMMAND TECHNOLOGY 
CORPORATION, (US. CL. 38). SN 679,730, PUB, 
1-12-1988, FILED 8-21-1987, 

1.483.224. GEO PRO. BISON INSTRUMENTS. INC. (US, 
CL. 26). SN 680,203. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-24-1987. 

1.483.225. RAMPS. E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS AND 
COMPANY, (U.S. CL. 21). SN 680.207. PUB. 1-12-1988, 
RLED 8-24-1987, 

1.483.226. lEQ. APPLIED RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY. 
INC. (U.S. CLS. 26 AND 38), SN 680,320, PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-24-1987. 

1.483.227. INFORMIX AND DESIGN. INFORMIX SOFT- 
WARE. INC., (U.S. CL. 38), SN 680,356, PUB, 1-12-1988, 
FILED 8-24-1987. 

1.483.228. TUFPULP. AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND 
TELEGRAPH COMPANY. (U.S. CL. 21). SN 680,426. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-24-1987. 



CLASS 10— MEDICAL APPARATUS 

1,482,985 {See Class 5 for this trademark). 
1,483,004 {See Class 5 for this trademark). 

1.483.229. NEUROPACK. NIHON KOHDEN CORPORA- 
TION. (U.S. CL 44), SN 467,806, PUB. 4-7-1987, FILED 
2-28-1984. 

1.483.230. LYNX. MELLER TECHNOLOGIES INC. DBA 
MTI, PRECISION PRODUCTS. (US, CL 44). SN 630.720. 
PUB. 12-22-1987. FILED 11-17-1986. 

1.483.231. XOMED AUDIANT. XOMED INC. (US, CL, 44), 
SN 636,732. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 12-22-1986. 

1.483.232. PENNINE AND DESIGN. IVOR SHAW LIMIT- 
ED, (U.S. CL. 44). SN 641,332 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
1-23-1987. 

1.483.233. CC AND DESIGN. CHATTANOOGA CORPORA- 
TION, (U.S. CL. 44). SN 645,639. PUB. 7-14-1987. FILED 
2-20-1987. 

1.483.234. BUILD A BED. PENOX TECHNOLOGIES INC, 
(U.S. CL. 44). SN 652,453, PUB, 1-12-1988 FILED 
3-31-1987. 



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1.483.235. OXINOVA. SOCIEDAD ESPANOLA DE CAR- 
BURAS METALICOS S.A., (U.S. CL. 44). SN 653.789. PUB. 
1-12-1988. HLED 4-7-1987. 

1.483.236. SAMARITAN (STYLIZED). MEDTECH GROUP, 
INC., THE, (US CL 44). SN 658,955. PUB. 9-15-1987. 
FILED 5-4-1987. 

1.483.237. MCKESSON. MDT DIAGNOSTIC COMPANY. 
(U.S. CL. 44). SN 660.046. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
5-11-1987. 

1.483.238. MANSCAN. EEG SYSTEMS LABORATORY. 
(U.S. CL. 44). SN 661.056. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
5-15-1987. 

1.483.239 EMPLEX. EMTECH LABORATORIES, INCOR- 
PORATED. (U.S. CL. 44). SN 661.653. PUB. I-I2-I988. 
FILED 5-18-1987. 

1,483.240. 365 PLUS. INTERA COMPANY, LTD.. (U.S. CL. 
44). SN 661,842 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 5-20-1987. 

1,483,241 SNUGGLER SYSTEM. BUSPAR, INC.. (U.S. CL. 
44). SN 662.748. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 5-26-1987. 

1.483.242. 3«5 + . INTERA COMPANY. LTD.. (U.S. CL. 44). 
SN 663.298 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 5-28-1987. 

1.483.243. CRD FLEX. BAXTER TRAVENOL LABORATO- 
RIES. INC. (U.S. CL. 44). SN 666.472. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
nLED6-15-1987 

1.483.244 RETRA-RINGS. ESPE FABRIK PHARMAZEU- 
TISCHER PRAPARATE GMBH A CO. KG. (U.S. CL. 44). 
SN 672.611. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-17-1987. 

1.483.245 ACCUTRAN. GRAPHIC CONTROLS CORPORA- 
TION. (U.S. CL. 44). SN 677,518. PUB. 1-12-1988. RLED 
8-10-1987 

1.483.246. CARE T. A. F INTERNATIONAL TRADE CO., 
INC., (U.S. CL 44) SN 677,596. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-10-1987. 

1.483.247. MEMORYMATE. MINNESOTA MINING AND 
MANUFACTURING COMPANY, (U.S. CL. 44). SN 
679,056. PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.248. MOIST EYE. EAGLE VISION. INC.. (U.S. CL. 
44). SN 679.060 PUB. 1-12-1988. RLED 8-17-1987 

1.483.249. CELEBRITY. HEALTHCO INTERNATIONAL. 
INC.. (US. CL 44). SN 679.440. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-13-1987. 

1.483.250. STERI-STAT. KORO COMPANY. INC.. (U.S. CL. 
44). SN 680.235. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-24-1987. 

1.483.251. VISIFLEX. VISITEC COMPANY. (U.S. CL. 44). 
SN 680.253 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-24-1987. 

1.483.252. VARI-TRAC. THERAPEUTIC EQUIPMENT COR- 
PORATION. (U.S. CL. 44). SN 681,443. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-31-1987. 

1.483.253. BOUTIQUE. KIMBERLY-CLARK CORPORA- 
TION, (U.S. CL. 44) SN 681,489. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-31-1987. 

1.483.254. CONAIR FINGERTIP MASSEUSE. CONAIR COR- 
PORATION, (U.S. CL. 44). SN 681,901. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-31-1987. 



CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 



1,483.026 {See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1.483,032 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 

1.483.039 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 

1.483.040 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1.483.055 (See Class 7 for this trademark). 
1.483.062 (See Class 7 for this trademark). 
1.483.073 (See Class 7 for this trademark). 

1.483.102 (See Class 8 for this trademark). 

1.483.103 (See Class 8 for this trademark). 
1,483,132 (See Class 9 for this trademark). 

1.483.255. CONDAIR (STYLIZED). CONDAIR AG, (U.S. CL. 
34). SN 437.222. PUB 1-15-1985 RLED 8-1-1983. 

1.483.256. THERMO ROUTIER. THERMO-ROUTIER LTEE. 
(U.S. CL. 31) SN 582.395. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
2-11-1986. 

1.483.257. GEOSPOT. LIGHTOLIER INCORPORATED. 
(U.S. CL. 21). SN 611.659. PUB. 12-30-1986. FILED 
7-25-1986. 



1.483.258. LANDSCAPE D'LITES AND DESIGN. GARDEN 
SCULPTURE INTERNATIONAL, INC., (U.S. CL. 21). SN 
632,652. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 11-28-1986. 

1.483.259. ORMAT. ORMAT TURBINES (1965), LTD., (U.S. 
CL. 34). SN 638,051. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 1-2-1987. 

1.483.260. LHC. ORMAT TURBINES (1965), LTD., (U.S. CL. 
34). SN 638,121. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 1-2-1987. 

1.483.261. FREEZEGUARD. W.B. MARVIN MANUFAC- 
TURING COMPANY, THE, (US CL. 34). SN 639,753. 
PUB. 8-18-1987 FILED 1-14-1987 

1.483.262 KID TESTED AND DESIGN. WAMCO WINNER 
PRODUCTS. INC.. (U.S. CL. 21). SN 642.894. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 2-4-1987. 

1.483.263 WAMCO WINNER. WAMCO WINNER PROD- 
UCTS. INC.. (U.S. CL. 21). SN 642.896. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 2-4- 1987 

1.483.264. LUMINARIOS (STYLIZED). CERAMIC DESIGN. 
INC.. (U.S. CL. 21). SN 643.214. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 
2-5-1987. 

1.483.265. FRIZ-STICK. SOFRIGAM. MULTIPLE CLASS, 
(INT. CLS. 11 AND 21), (U.S. CLS. 1, 2. 4. 29. 33. 34 AND 
40). SN 643.473. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-9-1987. 

1.483.266. HLT-AIR (STYLIZED). FILT-AIR CORPORA- 
TION. (U.S. CL. 34). SN 651.010. PUB. 10-6-1987. FILED 
3-18-1987. 

1.483.267. PORTA-PIPE. BURLEY'S RINK SUPPLY. (U.S. 
CL. 31). SN 652.512. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 3-31-1987. 

1.483.268. ULTRA FAN. FASCO INDUSTRIES. INC.. (U.S. 
CL. 34). SN 652.607. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 4-1-1987. 

1.483.269. DASH FLASH. TOTES'. INCORPORATED. (U.S. 
CL. 21). SN 658.116. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 4-30-1987. 

1.483.270. WEATHERBEATER (STYLIZED). NATIONAL 
PRESTO INDUSTRIES, INC., (U.S. CL 34). SN 659,915. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 5-11-1987. 

1.483.271. KBI AND DESIGN. KING BROS. INDUSTRIES, 
INC., (U.S. CL. 13). SN 663,913. PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 
6-1-1987. 

1.483.272. BUZY IZZY. PLASTIC ODDITIES, INC., (U.S. 
CL. 13). SN 664,422 PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 6-3-1987. 

1,483.273 CENTURION U. CONAIR CORPORATION. (U.S. 
CL. 44) SN 665.438. PUB. 10-20-1987. FILED 6-8-1987. 

1.483.274. OXITECH. AQUAFINE CORPORATION. (U.S. 
CL. 31). SN 665,507. PUB. 10-20-1987. FILED 6-8-1987. 

1.483.275. H20Z0NE (STYLIZED). H20Z0NE, INC.. (U.S. 
CL. 31). SN 668.189. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-23-1987. 

1.483.276. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. SHANGHAI LAMP 
FACTORY. (US. CL. 21). SN 671,320. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 7-13-1987. 

1.483.277. ITT STANDARD (STYLIZED). ITT CORPORA- 
TION, (U.S. CL. 34). SN 671,691. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-13-1987. 

1.483.278. DECORATOR'S CHOICE (STYLIZED). HARBOR 
SALES COMPANY. (U.S. CL. 21). SN 674,419 PUB 
1-12-1988. FILED 7-24-1987 

1.483.279. TEMPSTAR AND DESIGN. HEIL-QUAKER COR- 
PORATION. (U.S. CL. 34). SN 674.695. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 7-27-1987. 

1.483.280. TU-UTRE LITE. NAVACO INDUSTRIES, LTD., 
(U.S. CL 21) SN 674,756. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-27-1987. 

1.483.281. WEATHERITE. NORDYNE. INC.. (U.S. CL. 34). 
SN 675.653. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-31-1987. 

1.483.282. PERSHING PARK. PAYLESS CASHWAYS. INC., 
(U.S. CL. 21). SN 676.134. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.283. PLATESEAL. ITT CORPORATION. (U.S. CL. 34). 
SN 676.196. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.284. RV LAMPS (STYLIZED). R. B. GUSTAFSON 
COMPANY, (U.S. CL. 21). SN 676,793. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
RLED 8-6-1987. 

1.483.285. OMNIGLO. SELF-POWERED LIGHTING, INC., 
(U.S. CLS. 26 AND 50) SN 677,044. PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-7-1987. 

1.483.286. BLACK k DECKER AND DESIGN. BLACK A 
DECKER CORPORATION. THE. (U.S. CL. 21). SN 
677,165. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-7-1987. 



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1.483.287. TURBO-TAPE AND DESIGN. T-SYSTEMS COR- 
PORATION. (U.S. CL, 13). SN 677,207. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-7-1987. 

1.483.288. WAVE. LUXO LAMP CORPORATION, (U.S. CL. 
21). SN 677,357. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-10-1987. 

1.483.289. MIGHTY THERM. TELEDYNE INDUSTRIES, 
INC., (U.S. CL. 34). SN 677,525. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-10-1987. 

1.483.290. M AND DESIGN. MARSHALL GAS CONTROLS. 
I INC., (U.S. CL. 34). SN 677,530. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
I 8-10-1987. 

1.483.291. VANGARD. ARDCO. INC., (U.S. CL. 31). SN 
677,688. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-7-1987. 

1.483.292. AQUA-TURBINE. CULLIGAN INTERNATION- 
AL COMPANY, (U.S. CL. 31). SN 678,480. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-14-1987. 

1.483.293. SUPERLIFE. DURO-TEST CORPORATION, (U.S. 
CL. 21). SN 680,452. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-24-1987. 

1.483.294. KINGSFORD. ELKAY MANUFACTTURING 
COMPANY, (U.S. CL. 13). SN 680,737. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-26-1987. 

1.483.295. ULTRADYNE. MEISSNER MANUFACTURING 
CO.. INC.. (U.S. CL. 31). SN 682,680. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 9-4-1987. 

1.483.296. NYLUX. MEISSNER MANUFACTURING CO.. 
INC., (U.S. CL. 31). SN 682.686. PUB. I-I2-I988. FILED 
9-4-1987. 

1.483.297. DURACLEAR. MEISSNER MANUFACTTURING 
CO., INC., (U.S. CL. 31). SN 682,699. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 9-4-1987. 

1.483.298. CHEMDYNE. MEISSNER MANUFACTURING 
CO.. INC.. (U.S. CL. 31). SN 682.721. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 9-4-1987. 

1.483.299. ALPHA. MEISSNER MANUFACTURING .CO.. 
INC., (U.S. CL. 31). SN 682,722. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
9-4-1987. 



1.483.310. LOW AIR LEAF. PACCAR INC.. (U.S. CL. 19), SN 
663.563. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 5-29-1987. 

1.483.311. BATTLE TWIN. BUELL MOTOR COMPANY. 
INC., (U.S. CL. 19). SN 665,589. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
6-9-1987. 

1.483.312. MR. SERVICE. HERCULES TIRE A RUBBER 
COMPANY, THE, (U.S. CLS, 19, 23 AND 31). SN 666,729. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-15-1987. 

1.483.313. HOG AND DESIGN. HARLEY-DAVIDSON, INC., 
(U.S. CL. 19). SN 669,721. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
6-30-1987. 

1.483.314. CAR VALCT. AMITY LEATHER PRODUCTS 
CO., (U.S. CL. 19). SN 674.438. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-24-1987. 

1.483.315. GORILLA. AMCOR INDUSTRIES. INC., (U.S. 
CL. 19). SN 675,358. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-30-1987. 

1.483.316. PARTY TIME. SATELLITE BASE SYSTEMS, 
INC., (U.S. CL. 19). SN 675,389. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-30-1987. 

1.483.317. ZOOKI. ZOOKI PRODUCTS, INC., (U.S. CL. 19). 
SN 677,020. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-7-1987. 

1.483.318. SPORT. BIVOUAC INDUSTRIES. INC., (U.S. CL. 
19). SN 677,564. PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 8-10-1987 

1.483.319. GROUNDHUGGER. SPECTRUM MANUFAC- 
TURING COMPANY. INCORPORATED. (U.S. CL. 19) 
SN 678.996. PUB, 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.320. COOL STREAK. WESTERN STATES IMPORT 
COMPANY, INC., (US. CL. 19) SN 679,493 PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-20-1987. 

1.483.321. HOT STREAK. WESTERN STATES IMPORT 
COMPANY. INC.. (U.S. CL. 19). SN 679.494. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-20-1987. 

1.483.322. WHD-8. MOTOR WHEEL CORPORATION, (US 
CLS. 19 AND 23). SN 679.657. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-19-1987. 

1.483.323. NATIVE. WILDFIRE CORPORATION, (U.S. CL. 
19). SN 680,046. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-24-1987. 



CLASS 12— VEHICLES 



1.483.026 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 

1.483.027 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1,483,032 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1,483,039 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1,483,056 (See Class 7 for this trademark). 
1,483,060 (See Class 7 for this trademark). 
1,483,062 (See Class 7 for this trademark). 
1,483,068 (See Class 7 for this trademark). 
1,483,073 (See Class 7 for this trademark). 

1.483.300. STALLION. STALLION CARS. GMBH, (U.S. CL. 
19). SN 542,955. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-13-1985. 

1.483.301. HI-LITE. MICHELIN A CIE (COMPAGNIE GEN- 
I ERALE DES ETABLISSEMENTS MICHELIN). (U.S. CL. 
I 35). SN 564.541. PUB. 10-7-1986. FILED 10-22-1985. 

1.483.302. DESIGNER CRUISER. TRAC INTERNATIONAL. 
INC.. (US. CL. 19). SN 579,%5. PUB. 7-1-1986. FILED 
1-28-1986. 

1.483.303. IVIARELON. FORES MANUFACTURING CORP.. 
(U.S. CLS. 6 AND 19). SN 607,692. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-3-1986. 

1.483.304. LASER (STYLIZED). WALRAY INCORPORAT- 
ED. (U.S. CL. 19) SN 630,811. PUB. 4-14-1987. FILED 
11-17-1986. 

1.483.305. BELLY CONE. FITZGERALD CORPORATION, 
I (U.S. CL. 19). SN 637,842. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
' 12-30-1986. 

1,483,306 AFRICA. AFRICA KASSAI KABUSHIKI 
KAISHA. (US. CL 19). SN 638.908. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 1-7-1987 

1.483.307. DOR-GARD AND DESIGN. ADELL. ROBERT. 
(US CL. 19). SN 639,547. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 1-8-1987. 

1.483.308. CUB. AIELLO. GIUSEPPE, DBA NAUTICA 
AIELLO Dl GIUSEPPE AIELLO. (U.S. CL. 19). SN 
639.602. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 1-13-1987. 

1.483.309. COLONIAL PREFERANCE. VARIFORM. INC.. 
(U.S. CL. 19). SN 659.341. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 5-7-1987. 



CLASS 13— FIREARMS 



1.483.324. BLACK BOMB. PHANTOM FIREWORK MANU- 
FACTURING <X)MPANY LIMITED. (U.S. CL. 9). SN 
644.173. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 2-11-1987. 

1.483.325. GRENADE BOMB. PHANTOM FIREWORK 
MANUFACTURING COMPANY LIMITED, (US, CL. 9), 
SN 644,177. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-11-1987. 



CLASS 14— JEWELRY 



1,482,919 (See Class 3 for this trademark). 
1,482,951 (See Class 3 for this trademark). 

1.483.026 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 

1.483.027 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 

1.483.326. PASHA. CARTIER, INCORPORATED, (U.S. CL, 
27). SN 603,694 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-11-1986. 

1.483.327. DI MODOLO AND DESIGN. DI MODOLO DIF- 
FUSIONE S.A.. (U.S. CLS. 27 AND 28). SN 622.242. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 9-26-1986. 

1.483.328. JEWELRY DIRECT AND DESIGN. HER JEWEL- 
RY CO.. MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 14 AND 42), 
(U.S. CLS. 28 AND 101). SN 637,029. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 12-23-1986. 

1.483.329. TINY TREASURES AND DESIGN. DESIGNER 
TREASURES. INC., (US, CL 28). SN 651.050. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 3-23-1987. 

1.483.330. JEL (STYLIZED). LYNN. JAMES E.. (U.S. CL. 28). 
SN 652.441. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-10-1987. 

1.483.331. DARA MICHELLE AND DESIGN. CLAIRE'S 
BOUTIQUES.. INC.. (U.S. CL. 28). SN 653.347. PUB. 
1-12-1988, FILED 4-6-1987. 



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1.483.332. MONIQUE BY THEODORE EARLE (STYLIZED). 
COSBY, TED, (U.S. CL. 28). SN 654,021. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 4-9-1987. 

1.483.333. AC AND DESIGN. COURREOES DESIGN. (U.S. 
CL. 27). SN 656,059 PUB. 9-29-1987 FILED 4-20-1987. 

1.483,334 PIZAZZ. SERVICE MERCHANDISE COMPANY. 
INC.. (U.S. CL 27). SN 657.779. PUB. 10-13-1987. FILED 
4-27-1987. 

1.483.335. DRIVERS WATCH. GRUEN MARKETING COR- 
PORATION. (U.S. CL. 27). SN 659,485. PUB. 10-20-1987. 
FILED 5-7-1987. 

1.483.336. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. MIMEDIS. INC., 
(U.S. CL. 28). SN 659,938. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
5-11-1987. 

1.483.337. CONDOR. CONDOR LEDERMODE GES. M B.H 
& CO KG, (US. CL. 27). SN 669,440. PUB. 1-12-1988 
FILED 6-30-1987. 

1.483.338. TRUE FAUX (STYLIZED). TRUE FAUX, (U.S. CL 
28). SN 670,700. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-7-1987. 

1.483.339. QUEMEX (STYLIZED). RUBY INTERNATION 
AL. INC., (US. CL. 27). SN 671,920. PUB. 1-12-1988 
FILED 7-13-1987. 

1.483.340. TIME WEARS WEST. JACQUES FAREL LIMIT 
ED. (U.S. CL. 27). SN 672.536. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-17-1987. ' 

1.483.341. CV CHEVAL (STYLIZED). BOBTRON INTERNA- 
TIONAL. INC., (U.S. CL. 27). SN 673,331. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 7-20-1987. 

1.483.342. MIRACLE BASKET. WORLD E^4TERPRISES, 
INC., (US CL. 28). SN 673,763. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-22-1987. 

1.483.343. PGP. SAADEH, FRIEDA, (U.S. CL. 28). SN 
674,859. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-27-1987. 

1.483.344. ARENIX. NTC IMPORT INC. (U.S. CL. 27). SN 
675.443. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-30-1987. 

1.483.345. JAMES DEAN. THE TRUSTEE OF THE JAMES 
DEAN FOUNDATION. (U.S. CL. 27). SN 675,683. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 7-31-1987. 

1.483.346. SPREE (STYLIZED). SWAROVSKI AMERICA 
LIMITED, (US. CL. 28) SN 676,215. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
RLED 8-3-1987 

1.483.347. GRAPHIQUE (STYLIZED). MARSHALL- 
BROWNING INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION. (U.S. 
CL. 27). SN 676,861. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-6-1987. 

1.483.348. PARK AVENUE. HOPE INDUSTRIES, INC., (U.S. 
CL. 27). SN 678,776. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 



CLASS 15— MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

1.483.349. FROM THE HEART. ACTION INDUSTRIES. 
INC.. MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 15 AND 21). (U.S. 
CLS. 2. 30. 33. 36 AND 50). SN 583.640. PUB. 6-24-1986. 
FILED 2-19-1986. 

1.483.350. RENTER LOUIS RENNER GMBH A CO., (U.S. 
CL. 36). SN 636,482. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 12-22-1986. 



CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

1,482,866 {See Class 1 for this trademark). 
1,482,916 (Set Class J for this trademark). 
1,482,974 (See Class 4 for this trademark). 
1,483,027 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1,483,1 16 (See Class 9 for this trademark). 

1.483.124 (See Class 9 for this trademark). 

1.483.125 (See Class 9 for this trademark). 
1,483,146 (See Class 9 for this trademark). 
1,483,159 (See Class 9 for this trademark). 
1.483.173 (See Class 9 for this trademark). 

1,483,351. UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA. BOARD OF 
TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA, THE, 
MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 16, 21, 24, 25 AND 41), 
(U.S. CLS. 2. 37, 39, 50 AND 107). SN 397.787. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 9-30-1982. 



1.483.352. BAEDEKER'S. BAEDEKERS AUTOFUHRER- 
VERLAG GMBH, (US. CL. 38). SN 406,353. PUB. 3-6-1984. 
FILED 12-17-1982 

1.483.353. COMMODORE. SCOTT PAPER COMPANY, 

(U.S. CL. 37). SN 499,817. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
9-17-1984. 

1.483.354. SECOND CHANCE. WESTINGHOUSE BROAD- 
CASTING COMPANY. INC. BY CHANGE OF NAME 
FROM WESTINGHOUSE BROADCASTING AND 
CABLE. INC . MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 16 AND 
41). (U.S. CLS. 38 AND 107). SN 543,811. PUB. 11-5-1985 
FILED 6-19-1985 

1.483.355. MIFED AND DESIGN. E.A. FIERA INTERNA 
ZIONALE MILANO. (U.S. CLS. 37 AND 38). SN 573.595 
PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 12-16-1985. 

1.483.356 VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO. HARLEQUIN EN 
TERPRISES LIMITED, (US CL 38). SN 585,768. PUB 
1-12-1988 FILED 3-3-1986 

1.483.357 ENVOLYTE. ENVOLYTE LIMITED. (U.S. CL. 
37). SN 597.528 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 5-8-1986. 

1.483.358 AWR AMPHIBIOUS WARFARE REVIEW AND 
DESIGN. AMPHIBIOUS WARFARE PUBLISHING COR- 
PORATION. (US CL 38). SN 603.333 PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 6-5-1986. 

1.483.359 IT IMAGING TECHNOLOGY IN RESEARCH tt 
DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN. LAKEWOOD PUBLICA- 
TIONS, INC., ASSIGNEE OF LAKEWOOD PUBLICA- 
TIONS, INC., (U.S. CL 38). SN 606,462. PUB. 10-20-1987. 
FILED 6- 26- 1986 

1.483.360. PREMIER AND DESIGN. CHOMERICS. INC., 

(U.S. CL. 38). SN 611,931. PUB. 5-5-1987. FILED 7-28-1986. 

1.483.361 THE INSURED SWISSIE. HUME FINANCIAL 
SERVICES, INC , DBA HUME & ASSOCIATES, (U.S. CL. 
38). SN 612,012 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-29-1986. 

1.483.362 SUPERMOM (STYLIZED). MATISE, MARY 
ELLEN, (US CL. 38) SN 616,591 PUB. 9-15-1987. FILED 
8-25-1986. 

1.483.363 PHOTOVISION. DONALD O. THAYER AND 
MICHAEL D THAYER, MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 
16 AND 42). (U.S. CLS. 38 AND 100) SN 623,146. PUB. 
1-12-1988 FILED 9-30-1986. 

1.483.364. ACI AND DESIGN. AMERICAN CONCRETE IN- 
STITUTE, MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 16 AND 41). 
(U.S. CLS. 38 AND 107). SN 627,185. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 10-27-1986 

1.483.365. BIG TEN. INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFERENCE 
OF FACULTY REPRESENTAtlVES. (U.S. CL. 38). SN 
634.363. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 12-8-1986. 

1.483.366. ANTIQUES A ART AROUND FLORIDA AND 
DESIGN. BRYANT. JOAN. (U.S. CL 38). SN 638,649. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 1-7-1987. 

1.483.367. FUN PAD. MAGMAN INTERNATIONAL PTY 
LIMITED. TA AYERS 4 JAMES, (US. CLS. 22 AND 38). 
SN 639,848 PUB. 10-6-1987. FILED 1-15-1987. 

1,483,368 MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. HUTHWAITE. INC., 
MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS 16 AND 41), (U.S. CLS. 38 
AND 107). SN 641,372. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 1-27-1987. 

1.483.369. ASSOOATIONS REPORT AND DESIGN. GAL- 
LOWAY, HOWARD P.. DBA GALLOWAY PUBLICA- 
TIONS, (U.S, CL. 38). SN 642,252. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
2-2-1987. 

1.483.370. CLOUDBURSTS AND DESIGN. IRVING-CLOUD 
PUBLISHING COMPANY, THE. (U.S. CL. 38). SN 644.376. 
PUB. 1-12-1988, FILED 2-11-1987. 

1.483.371. THE BOTTOM LINE. PLANK. MARIANNE V., 
DBA MVP PRODUCTIONS, (U.S. CLS. 23 AND 37). SN 
644,812. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-17-1987. 

1.483.372. E = MC2 (STYLIZED). MANAGEMENT COM- 
PUTER CONTROLS, INC., MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. 
CLS. 16, 35 AND 42), (U.S. CLS. 38, 100 AND 101). SN 
645,258. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-17-1987. 

1.483.373. AVANTl. UNION PEN & PENCIL COMPANY, 
(U.S. CL. 37). SN 645.734. PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 
2-20-1987. 



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1.483.374. FOURTH WAY BOOKS. FRIEDLANDER, JOEL. 
DBA FOURTH WAY BOOKS AND DBA GLOBE PRESS 
BOOKS. (U.S. CL. 38). SN 649.175. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
3-13-1987. 

1.483.375. "THE STRIPPER" AND DESIGN. RA-LO. INC., 
(U.S. CL. 37). SN 651,4%. PUB. 7-21-1987. RLED 
3-26-1987. 

1.483.376. QUAUTY BY DESIGN. HAYDEN. WILLIAM M.. 
DBA A/E QUALITY MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION, 
(U.S. CL. 38). SN 651,596. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
3-27-1987. 

1.483.377. STYLE SIGNATURES. STYLE SIGNATURES, 
INC., (U.S. CL. 38). SN 653,365. PUB. 10-27-1987. FILED 
3-30-1987. 

1.483.378. ORVILLE THE SUPPLY PLANE AND DESIGN. 
BANNING ENTERPRISES, LTD., (U.S. CLS. 2, 5, 23, 26 
AND 37). SN 653,526. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 4-6-1987. 

1.483.379. PAPER TALKER. PRESCOTT, DURRELL & 
COMPANY. (U.S. CLS. 22 AND 38). SN 656.350. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 4-20-1987. 

1.483.380. EASY TV (STYLIZED). EASY TV, INC., (U.S. CL. 
38). SN 662,995. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 5-26-198-'. 

1.483.381. TIX (BLOCK FORM). INTERNATIONAL CUBE 
CORPORATION. (U.S. CL. 37). SN 663,215. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 5-27-1987. 

1.483.382. TOPSTONE. TOPSTONE INDUSTRIES INC., 
MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 16, 25 AND 28), (U.S. 
CLS. 2, 22, 37, 38, 39 AND 50). SN 664,510. PUB. I-I2-I988. 
FILED 6-4-1987. 

1.483.383. JOURNAL OF CASH MANAGEMENT. NATION- 
AL CORPORATE CASH MANAGEMENT ASSOCIA- 
TION, (U.S. CL. 38). SN 665,017. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
6-5-1987. 

1.483.384. SENTINEL AND DESIGN. DEPARTMENT OF 
THE ARMY. THE, (U.S. CL. 38). SN 665,503. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 6-8-1987. 

1.483.385. TECH-BOND (STYLIZED). TUTTLE LAW 
PRINT, INC.. (U.S. CL. 37). SN 665.524. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 6-8-1987. 

1.483.386. THE PRUDENTIAL. PRUDENTIAL INSUR- 
ANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA. THE. (U.S. CL. 38). SN 
665,545. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-8-1987. 

1.483.387. VELSOFT. TOTAL MARKETING COMPANY. 
INC., (U.S. CL. 37). SN 665,654. PUB. 10-20-1987. FILED 
6-10-1987. 

1.483.388. SNEAKER SIGNS AND DESIGN. GILLESPIE, 
NANCY H , AND GILLESPIE, DAVID M., (U.S. CL. 38). 
SN 669,036. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-29-1987. 

1.483.389. VICTORY THROUGH JESUS AND DESIGN. 
ELLEN COMIS MINISTRIES, (U.S. CL. 38). SN 670,418. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-6-1987. 

1.483.390. FRESH BAKED AND DESIGN. SERVICE PACK- 
AGING CORPORATION, (U.S. CL. 2). SN 672,157. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 7-15-1987. 

1.483,391 MTG MARKETING TECHNOLOGIES GROUP 
(STYLIZED). DITTLER BROTHERS. INC., MULTIPLE 
CLASS, GNT. CLS. 16, 35 AND 42), (U.S. CLS. 37, 38, 100 
AND 101). SN 673.353. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-20-1987 

1.483.392. THE SALES ATHLETE. AARONSON, KATH 
LEEN. MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 16, 35, 41 AND 
42), (U.S. CLS. 36, 38, 40, 100, 101 AND 107). SN 673,697 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-22-1987. 

1.483.393. DESIGN-A-SPACE. RUBBERMAID INCORPO 
RATED, (U.S. CLS. 2 AND 32). SN 675,214. PUB 
1-12-1988. FILED 7-29-1987. 

1.483.394. NAIOP AND DESIGN. NATIONAL ASSOCIA 
TION OF INDUSTRIAL AND OFFICE PARKS, (U.S. CL. 
38). SN 675.849. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-31-1987. 

1.483.395. XSEND-TRIX. PACE, PAMELA B., (U.S. CLS. 37 
AND 38). SN 676,132. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.396. THE CTTY. BRONNER, MICHAEL E.. AND 
KAUFMAN. JEFFREY A.. (US CL. 38). SN 676.843. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-6-1987 

1.483.397. BBT AND DESIGN. MAI ENTERPRISES, INC., 
(U.S. CL. 38). SN 677.351. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-10-1987. 



1.483.398. BETTER BUSINESS TRAVEUNG AND DESIGN. 

MAI ENTERPRISES, INC., (U.S. CL. 38). SN 677,361. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-10-1987. 

1.483.399. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. HIRSCHFELD. 
CORSON J.. (U.S. CL. 38). SN 677.472. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-10-1987. 

1.483.400. POUR DEW. JULTAK, SELMA L., (U.S. CL. 2). 
SN 677.491. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-10-1987. 

1.483.401. NEWS A VIEWS. MERRILL ANDERSON COM- 
PANY. INC., THE, (U.S. CL. 38). SN 677,761. PUB 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-10-1987. 

1.483.402. SPEAKING OF TRAVEL. BARRY, LES. AND 
TCHAKIRIDES - BARRY. MARY, (U.S. CL. 38). SN 
677,829. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-11-1987. 

1.483.403. Aa STRUCTURAL JOURNAL. AMERICAN 
CONCRETE INSTITUTE, (U.S. CL. 38). SN 678,097. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-13-1987. 

1.483.404. ACI MATERIALS JOURNAL. AMERICAN CON- 
CRETE INSTITUTE, (US CL. 38). SN 678,100. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-13-1987. 

1.483.405. EAGLES NEST. DIACIN, JOHN M., JR., (U.S. CL. 
37). SN 678,146. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-13-1987. 

1.483.406. GOTTA GETTA GUND. GUND, INC., (U.S. CL. 
38). SN 678,423. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-14-1987. 

1.483.407. ETCH GUARD. CAMP COAST TO COAST, INC., 
(U.S. CL. 38). SN 678,490. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-14-1987. 

1.483.408. COPY/VIEW. ARKWRIGHT INCORPORATED. 
(U.S. CL. 37). SN 678,663. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-17-1987. 

1.483.409. CORRECT-A-CARD. UNIVERSITY PRODUCTS, 
INC.. (U.S. CL. 37). SN 678,676. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-17-1987. 

1.483.410. KWIK-KOPY KIDS. KWIK-KOPY CORPORA- 
TION, (U.S. CL 38) SN 678,763. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 
8-17-1987. 

1.483.411. CARETAPE. MANCO, INC., (U.S. CL. 2). SN 
678,956. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.412. AMERISPRINT. CLARKE CHECKS. INC.. (U.S. 
CL. 38). SN 679,006. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.413. FORMSPRINT. CLARKE CHECKS. INC., (U.S. 
CL. 38). SN 679,007. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.414. CASUAL LIVING. COLUMBIA COMMUNICA- 
TIONS, INC., (U.S. CL. 38). SN 679,222. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-18-1987. 

1.483.415. PULSE OF THE COUNTY. PULSE OF THE 
COUNTY. (U.S. CL. 38). SN 679,226. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-18-1987. 

1.483.416. YOU CAN DRAW AND DESIGN. WILLOWISP 
PRESS. INC., (U.S. CL. 38). SN 679.364. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-19-1987. 

1.483.417. PAPERPLATES. FRIBERG, CARL, (U.S. CL. 38). 
SN 679,811. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-21-1987. 

1.483.418. SEALOG. SANTA MONICA SEAFOOD COMPA- 
NY, (U.S. CL. 38). SN 679.999. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-24-1987. 

1.483.419. WORLD SATELLFTE EXPRESS. 2IST CENTURY 
PUBLISHING, INC., (U.S. CL. 38). SN 680,373. PUB. 
1 - 1 2- 1988. FILED 8-24- 1 987. 



CLASS 17— RUBBER GOODS 

1,482,875 (See C iss I for this trademark). 
1,483.026 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1.483.036 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1.483.056 (See Class 7 for this trademark). 

1.483.420. POLYFLUTE. COROPLAST INC., (U.S. CL. 1). 
SN 570,609. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 11-27-1985. 

1.483.421. COLL-O-CRIMP. DANA CORPORATION. (U.S 
CL. 35). SN 629.615. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 11-10-1986. 

1.483.422. BEVLEX. ACCUFLEX INDUSTRIAL HOSE, 
INC., BY MERGER WITH MAJESTIC, MODERN HOSE 
INC., (U.S. CL. 35). SN 637,729. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
12-29-1986. 



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1.483.423. VERMIUTE. K. HOFFMANN GMBH, (U.S. CL. 
35). SN 653,695. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-13-1987. 

1.483.424. MONKEY TAPE. CARRADO, NICK, JR., (U.S. 
CL. 5). SN 668,020. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-22-1987. 

1.483.425. VARIUP. W. S. SHAMBAN 4 COMPANY, (U.S. 
CL. 35). SN 674,792. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-27-1987. 

1.483.426. THE SURE CURE. PRESTI RUBBER PROD- 
UCTS, INC., (U.S. CLS. 19 AND 35). SN 676,377. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.427. UREBRADE. NEW AGE INDUSTRIES, INC.. (U.S. 
CL. 12). SN 678,458. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-14-1987. 

1.483.428. SUPERTHANE. NEWAGE INDUSTRIES. INC.. 
(U.S. CL. 12). SN 678.461. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-14-1987. 

1.483.429. VARDEX. NEWAGE INDUSTRIES. INC., (U.S. 
CL. 12). SN 678,463. PUB. 1-12-1988. RLED 8-14-1987. 

1.483.430. CLEARFLO. NEWAGE INDUSTRIES, INC., (U.S. 
CL. 12). SN 678.464 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-14-1987. 

1.483.431. THERMOBARB. NEWAGE INDUSTRIES, INC., 
(U.S. CLS. 12 AND 35). SN 678,465. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-14-1987. 

1.483.432. SILBRADE. NEWAGE INDUSTRIES, INC., (U.S. 
CL. 12). SN 678,466. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-14-1987. 

1.483.433. FOILASnC. KENDALL COMPANY, THE, (U.S. 
CL. 12). SN 678,787. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.434. CONTECH. CONTECH CONSTRUCTION PROD- 
UCTS INC., (U.S. CL. 35). SN 679,346. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-19-1987. 

1.483.435. DUNLOP. DNA (HOUSEMARKS) LIMITED. 
(U.S. CL. 35). SN 679,510. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-20-1987. 

1.483.436. TAMP. BROOKLYN UNION GAS COMPANY, 
THE, (U.S. CL. 12). SN 679,551. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-20-1987. 

1.483.437. 703 DC (STYLIZED). MONSAI^O COMPANY. 
(U.S. CL. 1). SN 679,664. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-20-1987. 

1.483.438. FOAM-TTTE. AMESBURY INDUSTRIES, INC., 
(U.S. CL, 12). SN 680,165. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-24-1987. 

1.483.439. TREM-LAR. TREMCO INCORPORATED, (U.S. 
CL. 12). SN 681,068. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-28-1987. 



CLASS 18— LEATHER GOODS 

1.482,910 {See Class 3 for this trademark). 
1.482.919 (See Class 3 for this trademark). 
1.483,027 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1,483,155 (See Class 9 for this trademark). 
1,483,440. THE LAMAZE BAG (STYLIZED). LEVY. ERIC. 

AND LEVY. LISA. (U.S. CL. 3). SN 624.351 PUB. 

1-12-1988. FILED 8-25-1986. 
1.483.441 SMART KIDS. FIORUCCI SPA., MULTIPLE 

CLASS, aNT. CLS. 18 AND 25), (U.S. CLS. 3 AND 39). SN 

628.922. PUB. 1-12-1988. HLED 11-6-1986. 

1.483.442. JEAN RODIN. JEAN RODIN S.A.R.L.. MULTI- 
PLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 18 AND 25). (U.S. CLS. 3 AND 
39). SN 635.539. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 12-15-1986. 

1.483.443. S A^a) DESIGN. STEFANO SERAPIAN DI AR- 
DAVAST SERAPIAN A. C. S.A.S., MULTIPLE CLASS, 
GNT. CLS. 18 AND 20), (U.S. CLS. 2 AND 3). SN 638,329. 
PUB. I-I2-1988. FILED 1-5-1987. 

1.483.444. TAVARNER AND DESIGN. EUROMAN CONFE- 
ZIONI SPA., MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 18 AND 
25), (U.S. CLS. 3, 39 AND 41). SN 644,939. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
RLED 2-17-1987. 

1.483.445. ALPHA-M. ALPHA-M, INC., MULTIPLE CLASS, 
(INT. CLS. 18 AND 41), (U.S. CLS. 3 AND 107). SN 
653,970. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 4-8-1987 

1.483.446. EDDIE BAUER OUTDOOR KIDS AND DESIGN. 
EDDIE BAUER, INC., MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 18, 
25 AND 42), (U.S. CLS. 3, 39 AND 101). SN 660,851. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 5-14-1987. 

1.483.447. ST. SIMONS LEATHER. ACME SPONGE ft 
CHAMOIS CO.. INC.. (U.S. CL. 3). SN 663.963. PUB. 
1-12-1988 FILED 6-1-1987. 



1.483.448. AVIATION AND DESIGN. CHINA NATIONAL 
LIGHT INDUSTRL^L PRODUCTS IMPORT ft EXPORT 
CORP.. (U.S. CL. 3). SN 666,145. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
6-12-1987. 

1.483.449. BODYSAC. EMPRESS HANDBAG CO.. INC., 
(U.S. CL. 3). SN 672,312. PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 7-16-1987. 

1.483.450. JUNO ft J AND DESIGN. UNI-ALL CO. LTD., 
(U.S. CL. 3) SN 672,967. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-20-1987. 

1.483.451. CABOODLES OF CALIFORNIA AND DESIGN. 
PLANO MOLDING COMPANY, (U.S. CLS. 2 AND 3). SN 
674,723. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-27-1987. 

1.483.452. HORIZON DESIGNS. HORIZON DESIGNS, INC., 
(U.S. CL. 3). SN 675.611 PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 7-31-1987. 

1.483.453. NOT JUST ANOTHER PRETTY CASE. AIRWAY 
INDUSTRIES. INC.. (U.S. CL 3) SN 677.952. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-12-1987 

1.483.454. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. KAI LEE CO. (USA) 
INC.. (U.S. CL. 3). SN 678.642. PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-17-1987. 



CLASS 19— NON-METALLIC BUILDING 
MATERIALS 

1.482.878 (See Class I for this trademark). 
1,483,028 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1,483,031 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 

1.483.455. ACOUSTIFLEX. CAPAUL CORPORATION. (U.S. 
CL. 12). SN 591,886. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 4-7-1986. 

1.483.456. STABIDRAIN. RHONE-POULENC FIBRES, (U.S. 
CL. 12). SN 610,191 PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 7-18-1986. 

1.483.457. TAPERTECH CORPORATION AND DESIGN. TA- 
PERTECH CORPORATION, (U.S. CL. 12). SN 626.685 
PUB. 6-30-1987. FILED 10-24-1986. 

1.483.458. SIALFRAX-HDAR. STEMCOR CORPORATION, 
(U.S. CL. 12). SN 641,793. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
1-28-1987. 

1.483.459. MARTIN INHELO MIX AND DESIGN. MARTIN 
STONE QUARRIES. INC.. (US. CLS. 1 AND 12). SN 
644,169. PUB. 1-I2-I988. FILED 2-5-1987. 

1.483.460. INSOLRAE. SEARS, RAY J., JR., (U.S. CL. 12). 
SN 662,568. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 5-22-1987 

1.483.461. ABC AND DESIGN. ACORN BUILDING COMPO- 
NENTS INC., (US. CL. 12). SN 667,355. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 6-19-1987. 

1.483.462. VIBROPRUF #12. LAMBERT CORPORATION, 
(U.S. CL. 12). SN 669.270. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
6-29-1987. 

1.483.463. PACinC CROWN PREMIUM PONDEROSA PINE 
AND DESIGN. PACIFIC CROWN TIMBER PRODUCTS. 
INC.. (U.S. CL. 12). SN 671,481. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-13-1987. 

1.483.464. ICOTE. ICOTE INTERNATIONAL, INC., (U.S. 
CLS. 12 AND 16). SN 674,327. PUB. 1-12-1988. HLED 
7-24-1987. 

1.483.465. BARRIER SYSTEM, LINCOLN ENVIRONMEN- 
TAL SERVICES. INC, (U.S. CL 12). SN 676,296. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.466. PLYAFLEX. INTERNATIONAL COATINGS. 
INC., (U.S. CL. 12). SN 676,893. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 
8-6-1987. 

1.483.467. SCEPTER. UNITED STATES CERAMIC TILE 
COMPANY. (U.S. CL. 12). SN 677.837. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-11-1987. 



CLASS 20— FURNITURE AND ARTICLES NOT 
OTHERWISE CLASSIFIED 

1.482.974 (See Class 4 for this trademark). 

1.483.027 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 

1.483.028 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1,483.032 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 



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1.483.039 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1,483.054 (See Class 7 for this trademark). 
1,483.100 (See Class 8 for this trademark). 
1.483.125 (See Class 9 for this trademark). 
1,483.443 (See Class 18 for this trademark). 

1.483.468. IPC. INDEPENDENT PRODUCTTS COMPANY, 
INC., TA INDEPENDENT PRODUCTTS CO., INC., TA 
LP.C. INC., AND TA IPC. MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 
20, 21, 22 AND 26), (U.S. CLS. 2, 7, 29, 32 AND 50) SN 
613,620. PUB. 11-3-1987. FILED 8-7-1986. 

1.483.469. KOOL KUBES. HYMAN PRODUCTS CO.. INC.. 
(U.S. CL. 50). SN 618.753. PUB. 9-22-1987. FILED 9-8-1986. 

1.483.470. TERRA TANK. S.E.I. INDUSTRIES LTD., (U.S. 
CL. 2). SN 633,402. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 12-3-1986. 

1.483.471. JOLLY SWAGMAN AND DESIGN. JOLLY 
SWAGMAN, (U.S. CLS. 22 AND 32). SN 637,446. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 12-29-1986. 

1.483.472. THE WIDGET WIZARD. RICHCO PLASTIC 
COMPANY. (U.S. CL. 13). SN 639,350. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 1-12-1987. 

1.483.473. HENRY RIVER PLANTATION COLLECHON. 
MOHASCO UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE CORPORA- 
TION. (U.S. CL. 32). SN 663.262 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
5-27-1987. 

1.483.474. ELASTOLATCH AND DESIGN. ELASTOLATCH, 
INC., (U.S. CL. 50). SN 668,458. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
6-25-1987. 

1.483.475. CATCH'N CARRY. RUBBERMAID INCORPO- 
RATED. (U.S. CL. 32). SN 675.215, PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-29-1987. 

1.483.476. VISIONS. DI GIORGIO CORPORATION. (U.S. 
CL. 32). SN 675.375. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-30-1987. 

1.483.477. BABY-MINDER. HOLMQUIST, MARSHA IRMA, 
(U.S. CL. 32). SN 676,374. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.478. LECTRA-UFT. LA-Z-BOY CHAIR COMPANY. 
(U.S. CL. 32). SN 676.863 PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 8-6-1987. 

1.483.479. CLUB NEWPORT BEACH AND DESIGN. WEL- 
LINGTON HOME PRODUCTS. INC.. (U.S. CL. 32). SN 
677.526. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-10-1987 

1.483.480. SCOTT AND DESIGN. SCOTT LABORATORIES. 
INC.. (U.S. CL. 50). SN 677,590. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-10-1987. 

1.483.481. THE ORIGINAL EXECUTIVE BRIEFCASE 
CHAIR DAWSON ALLIANTS CORPORATION, (U.S. CL. 
32). SN 680,137. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-24-1987. 



1.483.488. WANDA WOOLY. SUNSHINE INDUSTRIES, 
INC., (U.S. CL. 29). SN 640,097. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
1-16-1987. 

1.483.489. SEPA-RATOR AND DESIGN. DYMON. INCOR- 
PORATED. (U.S. CL. 2). SN 641,110. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 1-27-1987. 

1,483,490 GOOD "N PLENTY. FOUR PAWS PRODUCTS, 
LTD., (U.S. CLS. 2 AND 3). SN 641,737. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 1-28-1987. 

1.483.491. nNESSE. FRANKLIN CHINA CO., INC., (U.S. 
CL. 2). SN 656,081. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 4-20-1987. 

1.483.492. AFTER-PUMPS AND DESIGN. IFC NONWO- 
VENS, INC., (U.S. CL. 29). SN 668,025. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 6-22-1987. 

1.483.493. DISPENSA-POUCH. IFC NONWOVENS. INC.. 
(U.S. CLS. 2 AND 29). SN 668.785. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
6-26-1987. 

1.483.494. JAMES T. KIRK. PARAMOUNT PICTURES 
CORPORATION. (U.S. CLS. 2 AND 30). SN 669,870. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 7-2-1987. 

1.483.495. MONTGOMERY SCOTT. PARAMOUNT PIC- 
TURES CORPORATION, (U.S. CLS. 2 AND 30). SN 
669,871. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-2-1987. 

1.483.496. LEONARD MCCOY. PARAMOUNT PICTURES 
CORPORATION, (U.S. CLS. 2 AND 30). SN 669,872. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 7-2-1987 

1.483.497. SCRUBBIN' MAID. RUBBERMAID INCORPO- 
RATED, (U.S. CL. 29) SN 675,216 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-29-1987. 

1.483.498. STACK-ALL. SILITE, INC., (U.S. CLS. 2 AND 13). 
SN 675,584. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-31-1987. 

1.483.499. QC/D. LIQUI-BOX CORPORATION, (U.S. CLS. 2 
AND 13). SN 675,826. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-31-1987. 

1.483.500. LADY'S MATE (STYLIZED). ALLTRADE, INC., 
(U.S. CL. 2). SN 676,081 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.501. CARGO. IGLOO PRODUCTS CORP.. (U.S. CL. 2). 
SN 676.105. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.502. DREAM SWEEP. QUICKIE MANUFACTURING 
CORPORATION. (U.S. CL. 29). SN 677,256. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-6-1987. 

1.483.503. CLUB NEWPORT BEACH AND DESIGN. WEL- 
LINGTON HOME PRODUCTS, INC., (U.S. CL. 2). SN 
677,538. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-10-1987. 



CLASS 21— HOUSEWARES AND GLASS 



CLASS 22— CORDAGE AND FIBERS 



1,482,880 (See Class I for this trademark). 
1,482,974 (See Class 4 for this trademark). 
1,483,027 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1,483,032 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1,483,039 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1,483,100 (See Class 8 for this trademark). 
1,483,102 (See Class 8 for this trademark). 
1,483,265 (See Class 11 for this trademark). 
1,483,349 (See Class 15 for this trademark). 
1,483,351 (See Class 16 for this trademark). 
1,483,468 (See Class 20 for this trademark). 

1.483.482. VTITEL AND DESIGN. SOCIETE GENERALE 
DES EAUX MINERALES DE VITTEL. (U.S. CL. 2). SN 
462,649. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 1-26-1984. 

1.483.483. KITCHEN MAGIC. EVERINGHAM BROTHERS 
LIMITED, (U.S. CL. 13), SN 472,158. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 3-26-1984. 

1.483.484. GALLERIA COLLECnON (STYLIZED). JMP- 
NEWCOR. INC.. (U.S. CLS. 2. 13, 30 AND 33). SN 628,183. 
PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 11-3-1986. 

1.483.485. TUUP TYME AND DESIGN. JMP-NEWCOR, 
INC.. (U.S. CLS. 2, 13, 30 AND 33). SN 628,185. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 11-3-1986. 

1.483.486. CHRISTIAN FANTASY COLLECTIBLES. CHRIS- 
TIAN FANTASY COLLECTIBLES, (U.S. CL. 30). SN 
633,873. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 12-5-1986. 

1.483.487. IMPRESSIONS DE PARIS. JACQUES JUGEAT. 
INC.. (U.S. CLS. 2. 13. 23 AND 30), SN 636.782. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 12-22-1986. 



1,483,026 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 

1,483,032 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 

1,483,039 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 

1,483,468 (See Class 20 for this trademark). 

1,483,504. METALITE. MOBIL OIL CORPORATION. (U.S. 
CL. 2). SN 614.273. PUB. 8-11-1987. HLED 8-11-1986. 

1,483,505 COMFORT CUT. HOECHST CELANESE COR- 
PORATION, (U.S. CL. 1). SN 669,813. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 7-1-1987. 



CLASS 23— YARNS AND THREADS 



1,483,506. GAUGUIN. PHENTEX INC., (U.S. CL. 43). SN 
623,118. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 9-30-1986. 



CLASS 24— FABRICS 

1,483,027 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 

1,483,107 (See Class 8 for this trademark). 

1,483,351 (See Class 16 for this trademark). 

1,483,507. TECHNOTEX (STYLIZED). VORWERK ft CO. 

MOBELSTOFFWERKE GMBH ft CO. KG., (U.S. CL. 42). 

SN 615,700. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-20-1986. 



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1.483.508. PRINCESS HOUSE. PRINCESS HOUSE, INC., 
(US CL. 42). SN 633,946. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
12-5-1986. 

1.483.509. FABTAC. KITTRICH CORPORATION, (U.S. CL. 
42). SN 638,258. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 1-5-1987. 

1,483,510 STRATA GABRIELLA. MILLIKEN & COMPANY, 
(U.S. CL. 42). SN 641.641. PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 
1-28-1987. 

1.483.51 1. STRATA. MILLIKEN & COMPANY, (U.S. CL. 42). 
SN 641,644. PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 1-28-1987. 

1.483.512. CUDDLE SHOP. TRIBORO QUILT MFG. CORP., 
(U.S. CL. 42). SN 642.388. PUB. 9-I5-I987. FILED 2-2-1987. 

1.483.513. TRIBOTHERMYL THERMYFIBRE (STYLIZED). 
DUCHAMP. GUY. (U.S. CL. 42). SN 647.843. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 3-5-1987. 

1.483.514 RESPI (STYLIZED). KANEBO KABUSHIKI 
JCAISHA (KANEBO. LTD.). (U.S. CL. 42). SN 655,063. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 4-14-1987. 

1.483.515. LAVOCK (STYLIZED). KANEBO KABUSHIKI 
KAISHA (KANEBO, LTD.), (U.S. CL. 42). SN 655.065. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 4-14-1987. 

1.483.516. AQUALONA. AQUALONA PRODUCTS LIMIT- 
ED. (U.S. CLS. 20 AND 42). SN 661.383. PUB 1-12-1988. 
nLED 5-18-1987. 

1.483.517. NEW WORLD LACE. IMPRESSIONS CUSTOM 
WINDOW TREATMENTS. INC.. (U.S. CL. 42). SN 662,597. 
PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 5-22-1987. 

1.483.518. COLOROLL. COLOROLL LIMITED. (U.S. CL. 
42). SN 665.610. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-9-1987. 

1.483.519. GUSSIED UP. HAWKINS. LOR! M., (U.S. CLS. 40 
AND 42). SN 669,586. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-1-1987 

1.483.520. LUXOR. WEST POINT-PEPPERELL, INC., (U.S. 
CL. 42). SN 675,725. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 7-31-1987. 

1.483.521. AQUA STOP (STYLIZED). KINCO INTERNA- 
TIONAL, INC.. (U.S. CL. 42). SN 677,322. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-10-1987. 

HIGH HATS. CURTRON CURTAINS. INC.. (U.S. 

PUB. 1-12-1988, FILED 8-12-1987. 

MILLIKEN & CX)MPANY. (U.S. 

PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-12-1987. 



1.483.522 

CL. 42). SN 677,982 
1,483,523. SLEEPOUTS 

CL. 42). SN 677,997. 



CLASS 25— CLOTHING 



1,482.910 {See Class 3 for this trademark). 
1,482,940 (See Class i for this trademark). 
1.482,951 (See Class 3 for this trademark). 
1,483,027 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1.483,351 (See Class 1 6 for this trademark). 
1,483,382 (Set Class 16 for this trademark). 

1.483.441 (See Class 1 8 for this trademark). 

1.483.442 (See Class IS for this trademark). 
1.483,444 (See Class 18 for this trademark). 
1,483,446 (See Class 18 for this trademark). 

1.483.524. JHS. ONLY!. JUDY ANN OF CALIFORNIA INC.. 
(US CL 39) SN 425.260 PUB. 8-13-1985. FILED 
5-10-1983 

1.483.525. SURFERS ALUANCE AND DESIGN. SURFERS 
ALLIANCE. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 560,322. PUB. 2-18-1986. 
FILED 9-26-1985 

1.483.526. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. GUCCI AMERICA, 
INC., BY CHANGE OF NAME FROM GUCCI SHOPS, 
INC., (U.S. CL. 39). SN 562,496. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
10-10-1985. 

1.483.527. MEGA-FLEECE. WAYNE-GOSSARD CORPORA- 
TION. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 566.041. PUB. 5-20-1986. FILED 
10-31-1985. 

1.483.528. HOT CLUB. BILLBOARD PROMOTIONS LIMIT- 
ED. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 567.811. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
11-12-1985. 

1.483,529 THE DELTA FORCE. CANNON PRODUCTIONS, 
N.V., (U.S. CL. 39). SN 582,476. PUB. 9-8-1987. FILED 
2-12-1986. 

1,483,530. MEGA-TEE. WAY>JE-GOSSARD CORPORA- 
TION. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 587.748. PUB. 8t5-1986. FILED 
3-13-1986. «• 



1.483.531. CAUFORNIA HOTS AND DESIGN. CALIFOR- 
NIA HOTS. INC., (U.S. CL. 39). SN 602.173. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 6-3-1986. 

1.483.532. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. S.A. JEAN CASSE- 
GRAIN. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 603,817 PUB. 11-18-1986. FILED 
6-12-1986. 

1.483.533. ARMAND BASI BARCELONA AND DESIGN. 
SABI, ARMAND BASI, (U.S. CL. 39). SN 610.029. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 7-16-1986. 

1.483.534. MASS TRANSIT MT AND DESIGN. STALLION 
KNITS. LTD.. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 620,149. PUB. 1-13-1987. 
FILED 9-1 1-1986. 

1.483.535. ERNIE'S. F.B. INVESTMENTS. INCORPORAT- 
ED, DBA BICICLETTE SPECIALI ERNIE'S. (U.S. CL. 
39). SN 623.474. PUB. 10-13-1987 FILED 10-1-1986. 

1.483.536. MIRAMAR. ASICS CORPORATION, (U.S. CL. 
39). SN 624,709 PUB. 10-27-1987. FILED 10-9-1986. 

1.483.537. SOPHISTICATED CONCEPTS (STYLIZED). 
UNITED STATES SHOE CORPORATION. THE, (U.S. 
CL. 39). SN 625,454. PUB. 4-28-1987. FILED 10-16-1986. 

1.483.538. THE CONSOUDATOR. SHELBY GROUP 
INTERNATIONAL, INC., (U.S. CL 39). SN 627,539 PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 10-29-1986. 

1.483.539. EARTHQUAKE CAFE (STYLIZED). DOUG 
WILSON STUDIOS. INC., (U.S. CL. 39). SN 628,753. PUB. 
1-12-1988 FILED 11-5-1986. 

1.483.540. MCGREGOR AND DESIGN. MCGREGOR COR- 
PORATION. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 629,795. PUB. 9-29-1987. 
FILED 11-3-1986. 

1.483.541. SUSAN CARLETON. APPAREL GROUP. INC., 
THE, (U.S. CL. 39). SN 631.477. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
11-20-1986. 

1.483.542. HAGGAR SIGNATURE. HAGGAR APPAREL 
COMPANY, (US CL. 39). SN 632,121. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 11-24-1986. 

1.483.543. SIGNATURE COLLECTION (STYLIZED). BALI 
COMPANY, (U.S. CL. 39). SN 632,305. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 11-24-1986. 

1.483.544. AUM ABSOLUTE UNIVERSAL MATERIAL. PED- 
IGREE INC., (U.S. CL. 39). SN 633,154. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 12-1-1986. 

1.483.545. PRINCESS HOUSE. PRINCESS HOUSE. INC., 
(U.S. CL. 39). SN 633,947. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
12-5-1986. 

1.483.546. WELLS LAMONT GRIPS. MARMON GROUP. 
INC.. THE, (U.S. CL. 39). SN 634.640. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 12-10-1986. 

1.483.547. VS. OPEN TENNIS. UNITED STATES TENNIS 
ASS<X:iATION INCORPORATED, (U.S. CL. 39). SN 
635,004. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 12-12-1986. 

1.483.548. HAMPTON COLE. SEWELL MANUFACTUR- 
ING COMPANY. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 637,032. PUB. 1-I2-I988. 
FILED 12-23-1986. 

1.483.549. CYNTHIA TODD (STYLIZED). UNITY TEX- 
TILES. INC., (U.S. CL 39), SN 637.697, PUB. 1-12-1988, 
RLED 12-29-1986, 

1.483.550. TOSONI MODA. FINE SHOE - S.R.L.. (U.S. CL. 
39). SN 638.561. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 1-6-1987. 

1.483.551. WAGS AND DESIGN. WAGS. INC.. (U.S. CL. 39). 
SN 639,272, PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 1-12-1987, 

1.483.552. POLARMAX (STYLIZED). RUSS-KNITS, INC., 
(US, CL, 39). SN 641,103. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
1-20-1987. 

1.483.553. LJi. 37. PANTS R US, (U.S. CL. 39). SN 642.042. 
PUB. 8-18-1987. FILED 1-30-1987. 

1.483.554. TIE-BIB AND DESIGN. ARONSON, SETH. (U.S. 
CL. 39). SN 644,333. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-12-1987. 

1.483.555. FOR THE WALK OF YOUR UFE. KANGAROOS 
U.S.A., INC., (U.S. CL. 39). SN 645.512. PUB, 6-16-1987. 
FILED 2-19-1987. 

1.483.556. IGI * IGI AND DESIGN. IGI A IGI SPA,. (U.S. 
CL. 39). SN 649.387. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 3-12-1987. 

l!«<83.557. IMPROVE YOUR BOTTOM LINE. INNER SE- 
CRETS. INC.. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 652.105. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 3-30-1987. 



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1.483.558. KETCH. PHILLIPS-VAN HEUSEN CORPORA- 
TION, (U.S. CL. 39). SN 652,230. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
3-30-1987. 

1.483.559. HJ. ARNOLD (STYLIZED). HERALCORP IN- 
DUSTRIES. INC. (US, CL, 39). SN 652.368. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 3-27-1987. 

1.483.560. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. POLO FASHIONS. 
I INC.. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 654,574. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 

4-13-1987. 

1.483.561. MORMAII AND DESIGN. MORMAII INDUS- 
TRIA. COMERCIO. IMPORTACAO E EXPORTACAO DE 

I ARTIGOS ESPORTIVOS LTDA.. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 
' 655,245. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 4-14-1987. 

1.483.562. JASPER CLASSICS AND DESIGN. JASPER TEX- 
TILES. INC.. (US CL, 39), SN 656,545, PUB, 1-12-1988, 
FILED 4-21-1987, 

1.483.563. KINDERCAPS. BURNEY PRODUCTS CORPO- 
RATION, (US. CL. 39). SN 656,598. PUB, 10-27-l9i87. 
FILED 4-20-1987. 

1.483.564. T.C.F.S. TOO COOL FOR SCHOOL AND DESIGN. 
PAI^S R US, (U.S. CL, 39), SN 658,453, PUB, 10-13-1987, 
FILED 5-1-1987 

1.483.565. LAKE WEST. WELLWAY INTERNATIONAL 
I CORP,, (U.S. CL. 39). SN 658,610. PUB. 11-10-1987, FILED 
' 5-4-1987, 

1.483.566. COMMANDOZ. M RUBIN & SOVlS. INC, (US, 
CL, 39), SN 658,832, PUB, 1-12-1988. FILED 5-4-1987. 

1.483.567. IMPORTANT! CARGO RUSH! AND DESIGN. 
ZAITZ. ALAN, AND SAGI, INC., (U.S. CL, 39), SN 
658,998. PUB, 9-22-1987, FILED 5-4-1987, 

1.483.568. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. ELMER LITTLE & 
SONS, INC., (U.S. CL. 39). SN 660,310, PUB, 1-12-1988, 
FILED 5-11-1987. 

1.483.569. KID LAND. SIPORT SPA,, (US. CL. 39). SN 
660,361. PUB 1-12-1988 FILED 5-8-1987. 

1.483.570. 100% SKI SPORTINETTA SA. SPORTINETTA 
SA, (US, CL, 39), SN 660,391, PUB, 1-12-1988. FILED 
5-8-1987. 

1.483.571. SWEET POTATOES. SWEET POTATOES. INC.. 
(U.S. CL. 39). SN 660.408. PUB. 10-13-1987. FILED 
5-12-1987 

1.483.572. ROYAL ARCTIC SABLE AND DESIGN. DASA 
FURS, INC.. (US CL, 39). SN 661.107. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 5-15-1987, 

1.483.573. THE FUN COMPANY AND DESIGN. NLE INC, 
(US. CL. 39). SN 661,535. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 

' 5-18-1987. 

1.483.574. FASHIONS BY LESLIE KAREN. GREENBLATT, 
HAROLD M., (U.S. CL 39) SN 661,944 PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 5-15-1987. 

1.483.575. GO-COAT. EVELYN PEARSON. INC.. (U.S. CL. 
39). SN 663.339. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 5-28-1987. 

1.483.576. LOGGER TUFF. JR. INDUSTRIES. INC. (US, 
CL. 39). SN 663.907. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-1-1987, 

1.483.577. PONTE MODA. TARGET LICENSING CORP.. 
(U.S CL. 39). SN 664,245, PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 6-1-1987, 

1.483.578. KONYSEL. KOLON INTERNATIONAL CORP,. 
(U,S, CL, 39), SN 665,046, PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 6-8-1987, 

1.483.579. SYNARI AND DESIGN. SYNARI FASHIONS. 
LTD.. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 665.354. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
6-8-1987, 

1.483.580. CURL U.S.A. AND DESIGN. BROWN. STEVEN 
R,. (US, CL, 39), SN 665.847 PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 
6-11-1987, 

1.483.581. ADAMIA AND DESIGN. DAVIS SPORTE. (US, 
CL. 39). SN 666,085, PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 6-10-1987, 

1.483.582. AVENUE 232 (STYLIZED). HUB DISTRIBUTING. 
INC., (US, CL, 39), SN 666.095. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
6-11-1987. 

1.483.583. CASE IN BRIEF. CASE IN BRIEF. INC., MULTI- 
PLE CLASS, (INT CLS. 25 AND 28), (U.S. CLS. 39 AND 
44). SN 666,622. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 6-15-1987 

1.483.584. MICHAEL SLOASE NEW YORK AND DESIGN. 
. MAYWAH TRADING. INC. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 668.343. 
I PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-1-1987. 

1.483.585. POWER-FLITE. SPALDING & EVENFLO COM- 
PANIES. INC. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 668.903. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 6-26-1987. 



1.483.586. CLAWS (STYLIZED). MONTANA TRACmON. 
INC. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 669.333. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
6-1-1987. 

1.483.587. ANOTHER REASON. GREAT TIMES. INC., (U.S. 
CL. 39). SN 669,343. PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 6-26-1987. 

1.483.588. ENDANGERED ENCHANTERS (STYLIZED). 
JOHNSON. LINDA CHUBBUCK. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 670.316. 
PUB. 1-12-1988, FILED 7-6-1987, 

1.483.589. GNU. SLOPE TOOLS, INC, MULTIPLE CLASS, 
(INT, CLS, 25 AND 28), (US CLS, 22 AND 39), SN 
671,348, PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 7-13-1987, 

1.483.590. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. SURF FETISH. 
INC., (U.S. CL. 39). SN 671,649. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-13-1987. 

1.483.591. WAIST WEAR. WAISTWEAR, LTD., (US, CL, 
39), SN 673.311, PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 7-20-1987, 

1.483.592. BP STUDIO AND DESIGN. CREAZIONI B P, 
MAGLIFICIO SPA,. (US CL 39) SN 673,378 PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 7-20-1987. 

1.483.593. BLACK BALL AND DESIGN. THOMAS O. PAN- 
SINI. MARK A. CASE AND PETER BROUILLET, (U.S. 
CL. 39). SN 673,613, PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 7-21-1987, 

1.483.594. PALLIUM SPORTSWEAR AND DESIGN. PAL- 
LIUM SPORTWEARS, INC., (U.S. CL. 39). SN 674.121. 
PUB. 1-12-1988, FILED 7-24-1987, 

1.483.595. S AND DESIGN. SEATREND. INC.. MULTIPLE 
CLASS. (IIST. CLS. 25 AND 28). (U.S. CLS, 19. 22 AND 
39), SN 674.735, PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 7-27-1987, 

1.483.596. THE PRISIVIA COLLECTION. PRISMA CORPO- 
RATION, (US, CL, 39). SN 674.793, PUB, 1-12-1988, 
FILED 7-27-1987, 

1.483.597. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. ALTO ENTER- 
PRISES. INC. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 675.026. PUB, 1-12-1988, 
FILED 7-28-1987. 

1.483.598. MOMSMOCK (STYLIZED). ALVE. ANNETTE. 
(U.S. CL. 39), SN 675,041, PUB, 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-28-1987, 

1.483.599. ART A LEISURE (STYLIZED). OBJECTS OF 
ART, LTD,. (US, CL, 39), SN 675,343. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 7-30-1987 

1.483.600. LAUREN COLE P E T I T E S (STYLIZED). 
UNITED STATES SHOE CORPORATION, THE, (US, 
CL, 39). SN 675,824. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-31-1987. 

1.483.601. BOSTON COLLEGE. TRUSTEES OF BOSTON 
COLLEGE, THE, (U.S. CL. 39). SN 675,831. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 7-31-1987. 

1.483.602. COLLEGIUM BOSTONIENSE FUND. 1863 RELI- 
GIONI ET BONIS ARTIBUS AND DESIGN. TRUSTEES 
OF BOSTON COLLEGE. THE. (US, CL, 39), SN 675.836, 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-31-1987. 

1.483.603. B.C. EAGLES. TRUSTEES OF BOSTON COL- 
LEGE, THE, (U.S. CL. 39). SN 675,841. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 7-31-1987. 

1.483.604. RICKY SMITHLINE (STYLIZED). SMITHLINE. 
RICKY, (US. CL. 39). SN 675,981. PUB. 1-12-1988, FILED 
8-3-1987, 

1.483.605. PA (STYLIZED). MANHATTAN INDUSTRIES. 
INC. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 676.129. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-3-1987. 

1.483.606. COIVfME PAR HASARD. PARADY^S S.A.R.L.. 
(U.S. CL. 39). SN 676.162. PUB, 1-12-1988, FILED 8-3-1987, 

1.483.607. BIRD, JONES A KENYON. DUXBAK INC. (US 
CL, 39). SN 676.389. PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.608. EVERCREASE. J. C PENNEY COMPANY. INC.. 
(U.S. CL. 39). SN 676.405. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.609. PAUSADES BEACH CLUB. JUDY ANN OF 
CALIFORNIA, INC. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 676.571 PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.610. WELGEN 6S (STYLIZED). EASTON KNITTING 
CO. LTD.. (US, CL. 39). SN 676.717. PUB. 1-12-1988, 
FILED 8-5-1987. 

1.483.611. STYLE SETTER. ARK MANUFACTFURING CO., 
INC.. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 676.739 PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-6-1987. 

1.483.612. ANTON PIERO. J.E.B. CX)RPORATION, (U.S. CL. 
39). SN 676,941. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-6-1987. 



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1.483.613. PAOFIC PALMS. EASTERN PACIFIC IM- 
PORTS, INC., (U.S. CL. 39). SN 676.962. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.614. DIVERSITY. J.C. PENNEY COMPANY, INC.. 
(U.S. CL 39). SN 677.273. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-6-1987. 

1.483.6 IS ROMPE8S. SHOE WORKS. INC., THE. (U.S. CL. 
39). SN 677,385. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-10-1987. 

1.483.616. NCAA. NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION. THE. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 677.388. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-10-1987. 

1.483.617. WINDPOIL. EDDIE BAUER. INC.. (U.S. CL. 39). 
SN 677,495. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-10-1987. 

1.483.618. SEXX>UItS. RANDA NECKWEAR CORP.. (U.S. 
CL. 39). SN 678.251 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-13-1987. 

1.483.619. BITING. BITING S.R.L., (U.S. CL. 39). SN 678,278. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-12-1987. 

1.483.620. TAMPA. JOYCE LESLIE. INC.. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 
678,309. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.621. FEM-FTTS. COMBE INCORPORATED, (U.S. 
CLS. 6 AND 39). SN 678,365 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-14-1987. 

1.483.622. DRAGON FLY. SHANGHAI TRADING COMPA- 
NY, INC.. (U.S. CL. 39). SN 678,680. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
HLED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.623. TERRIBLY SORRY (STYLIZED). ALBERTO 
BASSAN LTD., (U.S. CL. 39). SN 679,919. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
HLED 8-18-1987. 



CLASS 26— FANCY GOODS 

1,482,974 (See Class 4 for this trademark). 
1,483,027 (Set Class 6 far this trademark). 
1,483,468 (See Class 20 far this trademark). 

1,483.624. BOBO A CO. AND DESIGN. BOBO A CO., (U.S. 
CL. 40). SN 653,193. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 4-6-1987. 



CLASS 27— FLOOR COVERINGS 

1,483,026 (See Class 6 far this trademark). 

1.483.625. AUTOGRAPH TURF. TRENDCO. INC., (U.S. 
CLS. 20 AND 50). SN 675,317. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-30-1987 

1.483.626. PERSONAL EFFECTS. OLD DEERFIELD FAB- 
RICS. INC., (U.S. CL. 37). SN 678,189. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-13-1987. , 

1.483.627. GALAXY^ HOME COLLECTION. GALAXY 
CARPET MILLS, INC., (U.S. CL. 42). SN 678,378. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-14-1987. 



CLASS 28— TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS 

Ir 

1,482,974 (See Class 4 far this trademark). 
1,483,029 (See Class 6 far this trademark). 
1,483,103 (See Class 8 far this trademark). 
1,483,173 (See Class 9 far this trademark). 
1,483,382 (See Class 16 far this trademark). 
1,483,583 (See Class 25 far this trademark). 
1,483,589 (See Class 25 far this trademark). 
1,483,595 (See Class 25 far this trademark). 

1.483.628. PM A CHUPFET (A CHRISTIAN PUPPED. ROB- 
ERTS, FRANCES L.. (U.S. CL. 22). SN 374.916. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 7-16-1982. 

1.483.629. UBI. HORN ABBOT LTD., (U.S. CL. 22). SN 
553,316. PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 8-13-1985. 

1.483.630. UFSIDE-DOWNIES. DESIGN PARTNERSHIP 
LTD., (U.S. CL. 22). SN 596,718. PUB. 8-19-1986. FILED 
5-5-1986. 

1.483.631. AIR-LITE. NEW BIKE ATHLETIC COMPANY. 
INC., ASSIGNEE OF BIKE ATHLETIC COMPANY. (U.S. 
CL. 22). SN 610,744. PUB. 8-18-1987. FILED 7-21-1986. 



1.483.632. SING ALONG. CREATIVE MERCHANDISE 
CORP., (U.S. CL. 22). SN 612,551. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-1-1986. 

1.483.633. MAC PRO FOOTBALL. AVALON HILL GAME 
COMPANY, THE, (U.S. CL. 22). SN 626.520. PUB. 
6-30-1987. FILED 10-23-1986. 

1,483,634 MAC II MONCTER DESTROID CANNON. HAR 
MONY GOLD U.S.A.. INC., (U.S. CL 22). SN 628,640. PUB. 
9-22-1987. FILED 10-31-1986 

1.483.635. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. STARh-GATE EN- 
TERPRISES, (U.S. CLS. 22 AND 38). SN 634.845. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 12-11-1986. 

1.483.636. OREO (STYLIZED). RYDER, ALLAN G, (U.S. 
CL. 22). SN 636,054. PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 12-18-1986. 

1.483.637. COLORES (STYLIZED). COLORES INTERNA- 
TIONAL. INC., (US. CLS. 22 AND 50). SN 636,600. PUB. 
1-12-1988 FILED 12-22-1986 

1.483.638. OMNI GYM (STYLIZED). FITNESS QUEST, 
INC., (U.S. CL. 22). SN 638,654. PUB. 9-8-1987. FILED 
1-7-1987. 

1.483.639. MIGHTY MOVERS. KIDDE RECREATION 
PRODUCTS, INC., (U.S. CL. 22). SN 639,822. PUB. 
5-12-1987 FILED 1-15-1987. 

1.483.640. BYRNING SPEARS. BYRNE, ALLAN JOHN, 
(U.S. CLS. 4 AND 22). SN 640,785. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
1-21-1987. 

1.483.641. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. ANCHOR STONE 
COMPANY, (U.S. CLS. 22 AND 50). SN 641,851. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 1-29-1987 

1.483.642. VICTORY AT SEA. SMS MANUFACTURING 
CORPORATION, (U.S. CLS. 22 AND 23). SN 654,239 PUB. 
9-1-1987 FILED 4-10-1987. 

1.483.643. ALLEY ALLY. D. E. GRUDZIEN AND Q. R. PIC- 
CIRILLI, (U.S. CL. 22). SN 660.059. PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 
5-11-1987. 

1.483.644. FACE-UFT AND DESIGN. COLLEGEVILLE 
FLAG & MFG CO, (U.S. CL. 22). SN 661.495 PUB. 

. 1-12-1988 FILED 5-18-1987. 

1.483.645. PIRATES!. MICROPROSE SOFTWARE. INC., 
(U.S. CLS. 22 AND 38). SN 662.050. PUB. 9-22-1987. FILED 
5-21-1987. 

1.483.646. SUPRA 2000. KRANSCO, (U.S. CL. 22). SN 
664,828. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-5-1987. 

1.483.647. RISKY BUSINESS. LACYEE GAMES INC., (U.S. 
CL. 22). SN 664,975. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-5-1987. 

1.483.648. BAITMAKER. MELNAK TACKLE, INC., (U.S. 
CL. 22). SN 667,460 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-19-1987. 

1.483.649. SIR LAUGH-A-LOT. CUDDLE WIT, INC.. (U.S. 
CL. 22) SN 668,289. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-24-1987. 

1.483.650. HUGGAMALS. THOSE CHARACTERS FROM 
CLEVELAND, INC., (U.S. CL. 22). SN 668,389. PUB. 
11-10-1987. FILED 6-24-1987. 

1.483.651. REUBEN'S. WARE, REUBEN A.. SR., (U.S. CL. 
22). SN 669,237. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-29-1987. 

1.483.652. N AND DESIGN. DOMINO'S PIZZA, INC., (U.S. 
CL. 22). SN 671,823. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-13-1987. 

1.483.653. AVOID THE NOID. DOMINO'S PIZZA, INC., 
(U.S. CL. 22). SN 671,827. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-13-1987. 

1.483.654. NAPPIN740GGINS. PALMATES. INC., THE. 
(U.S. CL. 22). SN 673,172. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-20-1987. 

1.483.655. WHERE IN THE U.S.A. IS CARMEN SANDIEGOT. 
BRODERBUND SOFTWARE. INC., (U.S. CLS. 22 AND 
38). SN 673,482. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-20-1987. 

1.483.656. THE CONTINENTAL TRI-LTR WORD GAME 
-l-ABC-l-XYZ-i-. YOUNGMAN, ALBERT J., (US CL. 22). 
SN 674,440. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-24-1987. 

1.483.657. BROCKMAN MFG. INC. AND DESIGN. BROCK- 
MAN MANUFACrrURING COMPANY, INC.. (U.S. CL. 
22). SN 675.292. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-27-1987. 

1.483.658. MAIDEN MISTYCURLS. THOSE CHARACTERS 
FROM CLEVELAND, INC., (U.S. CL. 22). SN 677,229. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-7-1987. 



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1.483.659. FEELING FIT. INTERNATIONAL GAMES, INC., 
(U.S. CL. 22). SN 677,452. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-10-1987. 

1.483.660. MX 5000. KONAMI INC., (U.S. CLS. 22, 23 AND 
38). SN 677,562. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-10-1987. 

1.483.661. WACK-ROBATS. IMPERIAL TOY CORPORA- 
TION, (U.S. CL. 22). SN 677,642 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-10-1987. 

1.483.662. AMERICAN BANDSTAND. DICK CLARK PRO- 
DUCrriONS, inc., (U.S. CL. 22). SN 677,651. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-10-1987. 

1.483.663. CRAZY SPOONS. SAWVELL, ROGER HAROLD, 
(U.S. CL. 22). SN 677,951. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-12-1987. 

1.483.664. GEEK. POMERANTZ, HART, (U.S. CL. 22). SN 
677,967. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-12-1987. 

1.483.665. WIKI-WIKI. KRANSCO, (U.S. CL. 22). SN 678,193. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-13-1987. 

1.483.666. AB. CEOU AMTOY. INC., (U.S. CL. 22). SN 
678,275 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-13-1987. 

1.483.667. PRECEPT. BRIDGESTONE CORPORATION, 
(U.S. CL. 22). SN 678,530. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-14-1987. 

1.483.668. ADD-A-LURE. JUST ONE (jOOD IDEA, (U.S. CL. 
22). SN 678,646. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.669. SUGAR DADDY FISHING LURES. JUST ONE 
GOOD IDEA, (U.S. CL. 22). SN 678,725. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.670. KLIPR. UTEX INDUSTRIES, INC., (U.S. CL. 22). 
SN 678,738. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.671. DIVORCE COPE AND DESIGN. THERAPLAY, 
INC., (U.S. CL. 22). SN 678,790. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-17-1987. 

1.483.672. PRAISE THE LOOT. D DREILING, INC., (U.S. 
CL. 22). SN 678,917. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.673. BRAND X. ATLANTIC SKATES, INC., (U.S. CL. 
22). SN 678,977. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.674. LURE LITE. JUST ONE (jOOD IDEA, (U.S. CL. 
22). SN 679.080. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.675. PRO-TESTED. JUST ONE GOOD IDEA, (U.S. CL. 
22). SN 679,081. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-17-1987. 

1.483.676. SLAM-IT GOAL. LIFETIME PRODUCTS, INC , 
(U.S. CL. 22). SN 679,227 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-18-1987. . 

1.483.677. UFETRAC. FITNESS EQUIPMENT CO.. INC., 
(U.S. CL. 22). SN 679,383. PUB. 1-12-1988. HLED 
8-19-1987. 

1.483.678. TOP ELITE IL SPALDING & EVENFLO COM- 
PANIES, INC., (U.S. CL. 22). SN 679,714. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-6-1987. 

1.483.679. POWER TECH 100. SPALDING & EVENFLO 
COMPANIES. INC., (U.S. CL. 22). SN 679,822. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-21-1987. 

1.483.680. TOP-FLITE (STYLIZED). SPALDING & EVEN- 
FLO COMPANIES, INC., (U.S. CL. 22) SN 679,825. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-21-1987. 

1.483.681. D.I3.. SPALDING 4 EVENFLO COMPANIES, 
INC.. (U.S. CL. 22). SN 679,826. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-21-1987. 

1.483.682. EXECUTIVE. SPALDING & EVENFLO COMPA- 
NIES, INC., (U.S. CL. 22). SN 679,828. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-21-1987. 

1.483.683. TENNISSMALL. SPALDING & EVENFLO COM- 
PANIES, INC., (U.S. CL. 22). SN 679,830. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-21-1987. 

1.483.684. SENSATHANE. SPALDING & EVENFLO COM- 
PANIES. INC., (U.S. CL. 22). SN 679,832. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-21-1987 

1.483.685. TOP-FLITE H.O.. SPALDING & EVENFLO 
COMPANIES, INC.. (U.S. CL. 22). SN 679,838. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-21-1987 



1.483.686. SEA A TURF (STYLIZED). CHRISTIE FOOD 
PRODUCTS, INC., (U.S. CL. 46). SN 449,246. PUB. 
7-31-1984. FILED 10-24-1983. 

1.483.687. CHOC-CLO. CLOFINE DAIRY PRODUCTS, 
INC., (U.S. CLS. 45 AND 46). SN 496,039. PUB. 1-7-1986. 
FILED 8-22-1984. 

1.483.688. HEGA AND DESIGN. GENERAL SPICE INC., 
MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 29 AND 30), (U.S. CL. 46). 
SN 554,243 PUB. 10-7-1986. FILED 8-19-1985. 

1.483.689. VAN HORNE DUTCH CREAM. VAN HORNE 
FRESH CREAM B.V.. MULTIPLE CLASS, GNT. CLS. 29 
AND 33), (U.S. CLS. 46 AND 49). SN 608,828. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 7-10-1986. 

1.483.690. ROYALHEART AND DESIGN. CONAGRA, INC., 
DBA CPF SALES, (U.S. CL. 46). SN 619,476. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 9-12-1986. 

1.483.691. HILLCRECT FARMS. SUNDAY HOUSE FOODS, 
INC.. (U.S. CL. 46). SN 622.134 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
9-25-1986. 

1.483.692. COUNTRY PLACE. KROGER CO., THE, (U.S. 
CL. 46). SN 630,141. PUB. 11-3-1987. FILED 11-13-1986. 

1.483.693. CARMEL. CALTEX TRADING, INC., (U.S. CL. 
46). SN 630,579. PUB. 10-20-1987. FILED 11-17-1986. 

1.483.694. DELI SHOPPE AND DESIGN. DMI, INC., DBA 
NUMBER ONE MARKETING GROUP, (U.S. CL. 46). SN 
631,873. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 11-24-1986. 

1.483.695. BLUE DIAMOND AND DESIGN. BLUE DIA- 
MOND MEAT CO., (U.S. CL 46). SN 641.396. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 1-27-1987. 

1.483.696. GOODBEE PECAN PLANTAHONS AND DESIGN. 
NUT TREE PECAN COMPANY, (U.S. CL. 46). SN 641,468. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 1-23-1987. 

1.483.697. SUPREMA-SEAS AND DESIGN. MITSUI FOODS, 
INC., (U.S. CL. 46). SN 658.304. PUB. 9-29-1987. RLED 
5-1-1987. 

1.483.698. BAY VIEW FARMS. MID VALLEY DAIRY CXJM- 
PANY, MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 29 AND 30), (U.S. 
CL. 46). SN 665,270. PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 6-8-1987. 

1.483.699. GREAT GUSTO. PACIFIC SALES LTD., TA PA- 
CIFIC VALLEY FROZEN FOODS, (U.S. CL. 46). SN 
672,316. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-16-1987. 

1.483.700. CRAZY LEGS AND DESIGN. GANUS, JAMES W., 
(U.S. CL. 46). SN 673,623. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-21-1987. 

1.483.701. CASCADE FRESH. CASCADE FRESH, INC., 
(U.S. CL. 46). SN 674,680. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-27-1987. 

1.483.702. WATER VALLEY FOODS. MOTTS INC. OF MIS- 
SISSIPPI, (U.S. CL. 46). SN 676,217. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.703. WESTERN REOPE. BEATRICE/HUNT- 
WESSON, INC.. (U.S. CL. 46). SN 680,016. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-24-1987. 



CLASS 29— MEATS AND PROCESSED FOODS 

1.482.867 (See Class I far this trademark). 



CLASS 30— STAPLE FOODS 

1,482,991 (See Class 5 far this trademark). 
1,483,688 (See Class 29 far this trademark). 
1,483,698 (See Class 29 far this trademark). 

1.483.704. SQUEEZABLEI (STYLIZED). H. J. HEINZ COM- 
PANY, (U.S. CL. 46). SN 504,666. PUB. 3-4-1986. FILED 
10-19-1984. 

1.483.705. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. EDWARDS 
BAKING COMPANY, (U.S. CL. 46). SN 549,492. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 7-22-1985. 

1.483.706. PENCIL POPS AND DESIGN. ENRIQUE 
BERNAT FONTLLADOSA, (U.S. CL. 46). SN 574,543. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 12-20-1985. 

1.483.707. THE FRENCH CONFECnON AND DESIGN. 
MICHEL ET MERE, INC.. DBA THE FRENCH CONFEC- 
TION, (U.S. CL. 46). SN 589,963. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
3-25-1986. 



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1.483.708 GRAtVDMA'S WONDER AND DESIGN. H. G. 
HILL COMPANY. (US. CL. 46). SN 591.085 PUB. 
7-7-1987. FILED 4-1-1986. 

1.483.709. DON JOSE AND DESIGN. CALIFORNIA FOOD 
GROUP. INC.. (U.S. CL. 46). SN 598,686. PUB. 10-13-1987. 
FILED 5-14-1986. 

1.483.710. HERBALOX. KALSEC, INC.. (U.S. CL. 46). SN 
610.508. PUB 2-3-1987 FILED 7-21-1986. 

1.483.711 THE PRINCE. ASHLAND OIL. INC.. (U.S. CL. 
46). SN 613.197 PUB 10-6-1987. FILED 7-31-1986. 

1.483.712. THINK SLIM. PERFETTI SPA.. (U.S. CL. 46). 
SN 614.320 PUB 1-12-1988 FILED 8-11-1986. 

1.483.713. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. LINEA SUPREMA 
DORANDY. INC.. (US. CL 46) SN 630.960. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 11-7-1986 

1.483.714. THE AMERICAN DREAM CONE. MARYLAND 
CUP CORPORATION. (U.S. CL. 46). SN 636,233. PUB. 
10-27-1987 FILED 12-19-1986. 

1.483.715. THE BAKER'S LOAF AND DESIGN. BAKER'S 
LOAF. INC, (US CL. 46). SN 636,430. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 12-22-1986. 

1.483.716. DEU SUPREME. CONVENIENT FOOD MART. 
INC., (U.S. CL. 46). SN 640.218. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
1-16-1987. 

1,483,717 THE NICEST WAV TO SHARE A LITTLE CHOC- 
OLATE. MARS, INCORPORATED, (U.S. CL. 46). SN 
640,324. PUB. 7-21-1987. FILED 1-20-1987. 

1.483.718. MORINAGA. MORINAGA & CO., LTD., MULTI- 
PLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 30 AND 32), (U.S. CLS. 45 AND 
46). SN 643,428. PUB. 1-I2-I988. FILED 2-6-1987. 

1.483.719. NATURAL JUICE. KELLOGG COMPANY, (U.S. 
CL. 46). SN 643,453 PUB 1-12-1988 FILED 2-6-1987. 

1.483.720 CHEEZ BOOST. LAND O'LAKES, INC., (U.S. 
CL. 46). SN 643.675 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-9-1987. 

1.483.721 FRESH PASTA CO. AND DESIGN. MILANI. 
PAUL. DBA THE FRESH PASTA CO.. (U.S. CL. 46). SN 
647.318 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 3-2-1987. 

1.483.722 MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. DO TU RAK CO.. 
LTD.. (U.S. CL. 46). SN 648.087. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
3-6-1987. 

1.483.723. LAVAZZA CREMA E AROMA MISCELA DI 
CAFFE AND DESIGN. LUIGI LAVAZZA SPA.. (U.S. CL. 
46). SN 648.906 PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 3-11-1987. 

1.483.724. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. FANNIE MAY 
CANDY SHOPS. INC.. (U.S. CL. 46). SN 649.651. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 3-16-1987. 

1.483.725. MING'S PASTRIES (STYLIZED). NEW CHINA 
WORLD TRADE CORP., (U.S. CL. 46). SN 655,787. PUB. 
1-12-1988 FILED 4-17-1987. 

1.483.726. FAR HORIZON TEAS. GENE DANIELS CORPO- 
RATION, (U.S. CL. 46). SN 656,645. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 4-22-1987. 

1.483.727. STUFF-IN. WORLD WIDE FOOD PRODUCTS, 
LTD., (U.S. CL. 46). SN 659,260. PUB. 9-22-1987. FILED 
5-6-1987. 

1.483.728. GD AND DESIGN. GHIOTT DOLCIARIA DI 
GRAZIANO TURACCHI & C.S.A.S., (U.S. CL. 46). SN 
660,392. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 5-8-1987. 

1,483,729 DINKEL-S. DINKEL'S BAKERY INC., MULTI- 
PLE CLASS, (INT CLS. 30 AND 42), (U.S. CLS. 46 AND 
101). SN 664,772 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-5-1987. 

1.483.730. MISTER KITCHEN AND DESIGN. MISTER 
KITCHEN. INC., (US. CL. 46). SN 669.273. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 6-29-1987. 

1.483.731. LA MANZANILLERA AND DESIGN. LA MAN- 
ZANILLERA FOOD PROCESSING, INC.. (U.S. CL. 46). 
SN 669.346. PUB 1-12-1988 FILED 6-29-1987. 

1.483.732. PUMPKIN FACE. FLEER CORP.. (U.S. CL. 46). 
SN 669.836. PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 7-2-1987. 

1.483.733. CARAMANDA. KAMBLY AG, BISCUITSFABRIK 
(KAMBLY S.A., FABRIQUE DE BISCUITS), (U.S. CL. 46). 
SN 673,844. PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 7-22-1987. 

1.483.734. KILLER BROWNIE. DOROTHY LANE 
MARKET, INC., (U.S. CL. 46). SN 674,062. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 7-23-1987. 

1.483.735. THE PLEDGE BAR. JUST SAY NO PROGRAMS, 
INC., (U.S. CL. 46). SN 675.578. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-31-1987. 



1.483.736. DANISH DELUXE. INTERSTATE BRANDS 
CORPORATION. (U.S. CL. 46). SN 676.282. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.737. MY MUFRN A ME. ROUSH BAKERY PROD- 
UCTS CO.. INC.. (U.S. CL. 46). SN 676.920. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-6-1987. 

1.483.738. CHUGWATER CHILI. CHUGWATER CHILI 
CORPORATION, (U.S. CL 46). SN 677,289. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-10-1987 

1.483.739. LITTLE COUNTRY MILL. LINDSEY RICE 
MILL, INC., (U.S. CL. 46). SN 677,724. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-10-1987 

1.483.740. CHAR-GRILL. BRUCE FOODS CORPORATION, 
(U.S. CL. 46). SN 678,160. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-13-1987. 

1.483.741. BUBBALOO. WARNER-LAMBERT COMPANY. 
(U.S. CL. 46) SN 678.966 PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-17-1987. 



CLASS 31— NATURAL AGRICULTURAL 
PRODUCTS 

1.482.867 {See Class 1 for this trademark). 
1.482,880 (See Class 1 for this trademark). 
1.483,001 (See Class 5 for this trademark). 

1.483.742. SOUTHERN SELECT. WILLAMETTE SEED 
COMPANY. (U.S. CL 1) SN 645,736. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 2-20-1987. 

1.483.743. PLANTATION PRIDE. WILLAMETTE SEED 
COMPANY. (U.S. CL. 1). SN 645,745. PUB. 10-20-1987. 
FILED 2-20-1987. 

1.483.744. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. SUN WORLD 
INTERNATIONAL. INC.. (U.S. CL. 46). SN 678,455. PUB. 
I-I2-I988. FILED 8-14-1987. 



CLASS 32— LIGHT BEVERAGES 

1,483,718 [See Class 30 for this trademark). 

1.483.745. GIARA. IDROTERME DI VILLASOR SPA., 
(U.S. CLS. 45 AND 46). SN 619,542. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
9-12-1986. 

1.483.746. ORIGINAL NEW YORK SELTZER (STYLIZED). 
ORIGINAL NEW YORK SELTZER, (U.S. CL. 45). SN 
628,208 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 11-3-1986. 

1.483.747. AM PM (STYLIZED). ATLANTIC RICHFIELD 
COMPANY. (US. CL. 45). SN 640.351. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 1-20-1987. 

1.483.748. ARIEL. ARIEL VINEYARDS, INC., (U.S. CLS. 45 
AND 47). SN 643,426. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-6-1987. 

1.483.749. SCHWEPPES AND DESIGN. SCHWEPPES 
INTERNATIONAL LIMITED. (U.S. CLS. 45 AND 46). SN 
643.561. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-9-1987. 

1.483.750. CREME DREAMS (STYLIZED). NEWMAN. JOEL 
C, (U.S. CL. 45). SN 660,661. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
5-13-1987. 



CLASS 33— WINES AND SPIRITS 

1.483,689 (See Class 29 for this trademark). 

1.483.751. ARCnCA. POTTER DISTILLERIES. INC.. DBA 
POTTER BRANDS, (U.S. CL. 49). SN 546,675. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 7-5-1985. 

1.483.752. CALIFORNIA COOLER. BROWN-FORMAN 
CORPORATION. ASSIGNEE OF CALIFORNIA 
COOLER, INC., (U.S. CL. 47). SN 556,708. PUB. 9-22-1987. 
FILED 8-30-1985. 

1.483.753. WILD HORSE. SANTA LUCIA WINERY. INC., 
(U.S. CL. 47). SN 606,560 PUB. 11-25-1986. FILED 
6-26-1986. 



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1.483.754. ZANDVLIET. DE WET, PAUL JOHANNES, (U.S. 
CL. 47). SN 623,108. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 9-30-1986. 

1.483.755. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. PRZEDSIE- 
BIORSTWO HANDLU ZAGRANICZNEGO AGROS, (U.S. 
CL. 49). SN 640,205. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 1-16-1987. 

1.483.756. KAHLUA ROYALE. HIRAM WALKER-GOO- 
DERHAM 4 WORTS INC., (U.S. CL. 49). SN 658,134. PUB. 
12-22-1987. FILED 4-30-1987. 

1.483.757. TURTLE BAY. PHILLIPS PRODUCTS COMPA- 
NY, (U.S. CL. 49). SN 675,753. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-31-1987. 



CLASS 34— SMOKERS' ARTICLES 

1,483,027 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1,483,155 (See Class 9 for this trademark). 

1.483.758. SATIN AND DESIGN. LORILLARD, INC., (U.S. 
CL. 17). SN 624,100. PUB. 10-20-1987. FILED 10-3-1986. 

1.483.759. GOLD FLAKE. IMPERIAL TOBACCO LIMITED, 
(U.S. CL. 17). SN 657,900. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
4-29-1987. 

1.483.760. VANTAGE EXCEL. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO 
COMPANY, (U.S. CL. 17). SN 678,332. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-14-1987. 

1.483.761. CROWN POINT. LORILLARD. INC., (U.S. CL. 
17). SN 680,685. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-26-1987. 

1.483.762. ELAN, PHILIP MORRIS INCORPORATED, (U.S. 
CL. 17). SN 682,134. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 9-2-1987. 

1.483.763. WITHDRAWN 



SERVICE MARKS 



CLASS 35— ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS 

1,483,372 (See Class 16 for this trademark). 

1.483.391 (See Class 16 for this trademark). 

1.483.392 (See Class 16 for this trademark). 

1.483.764. THE IDEA BANK. ADVERTISING AND MAR- 
KETING DEVELOPMENT. INC., ASSIGNEE OF 
DEALER ADVERTISING DEVELOPMENT, INC., 
DAD., INC., (U.S. CL. 101). SN 298,610. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 2-25-1981. 

1.483.765. DIVERSITEC AND DESIGN. DIVERSIFIED 
TECHNOLOGIES. INC., MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 
35 AND 36), (U.S. CLS. 101 AND 102). SN 572,363. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 12-9-1985. 

1.483.766. RRST AND DESIGN. FIRST RECRUITERS. 
INC., (U.S. CL. 101). SN 573,607. PUB. 12-23-1986. FILED 
12-16-1985. 

1.483.767. MIFED AND DESIGN. E.A. FIERA INTERN A- 
ZIONALE MILANO. (U.S. CL. 101). SN 573,761. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 12-16-1985. 

1.483.768. PROXYLINK. SEI CORPORATION. (U.S. CL. 
101). SN 574.424. PUB. 11-11-1986. FILED 12-20-1985. 

1.483.769. MCGREGOR AND DESIGN. MCGREGOR SUB- 
SCRIPTION SERVICE. INC., MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. 
CLS. 35, 41 AND 42), (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). SN 593,772. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 4-16-1986. 

1.483.770. CANAGLOBE. CANAGLOBE INTERNATIONAL 
INC.. MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 35. 36. 38. 39 AND 
42), (U.S. CLS. 100, 101, 102, 104 AND 105). SN 606,305. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-23-1986. 

1.483.771. DTIJ (STYLIZED). DUNN TECHNOLOGY IN- 
CORPORATED. MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 35 AND 
42), (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). SN 629.268. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
HLED 1 1-7-1986. 



1.483.772. JPO ALLIANCE AND DESIGN. JENSEN. 
PARKER. ONAN ALLIANCE. INC., (U.S. CL. 101). SN 
638,850. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 1-8-1987. 

1.483.773. NETWORK 90'S AND DESIGN. PACIFIC TELE- 
SIS GROUP. (U.S. CL. 101). SN 642,177 PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 1-30-1987 

1.483.774. DELTA BUSINESS SERVICES AND DESIGN. 
BRODY. NORMA. MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 35 
AND 42). (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). SN 656.907. PUB 
1-12-1988. FILED 4-23-1987. 

1.483.775. T-H-E G.O.LJ).E.N. R.I.B.B.O.N. L-T-D AND 
DESIGN. GOLDEN RIBBON, LTD, THE, (U.S. CL. 101). 
SN 658,173. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 4-30-1987. 

1.483.776. nRSTVALUE AND DESIGN. PAPPAS. HARRY J . 

(U.S. CL. 101). SN 663.195. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
5-27-1987. 

1.483.777. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. TRANSLIGHT 
MEDIA ASSOCIATES. INC., (U.S. CL. 101). SN 665,222. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-8-1987. 

1.483.778. MONEYMASTER AMERICA'S BUYING-POWER 
AND DESIGN. HOMEOWNERS INCOME PROTECTION 
BUREAU OF PENNSYLVANIA INC., DBA MONEYMAS- 
TER, (U.S. CL. 101). SN 670,455. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-6-1987. 

1.483.779. I AND DESIGN. FIRSTNET USA. INC., (U.S. CL. 
101). SN 674,861. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-27-1987. 

1.483.780. RX RELIEF. RX RELIEF. INC., (U.S. CL. 101). SN 
677,712. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-10-1987. 

1.483.781. COLORS. CIBA-GEIGY CORPORATION. (U.S. 
CLS. 100 AND 101). SN 678,605. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-14-1987. 



CLASS 36— INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL 

1,483,765 (See Class 35 for this trademark). 
1,483,770 (See Class 35 for this trademark). 

1.483.782. nRST NATIONAL BANK OF OHIO. FIRST NA- 
TIONAL BANK OF OHIO, (U.S. CL 102). SN 561,957. 
PUB. 12-29-1987. FILED 10-7-1985. 

1.483.783. CARESPAN (STYLIZED). GROUP HEALTH 
PLAN, INC., DBA GROUP HEALTH, INC., MULTIPLE 
CLASS, (INT. CLS. 36 AND 42), (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 102). 
SN 599,785. PUB. 11-25-1986. FILED 5-19-1986. 

1.483.784. TRENDTECH. LASALLE NATIONAL BANK. 
(U.S. CLS. 101 AND 102). SN 599,889. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 5-20-1986. 

1.483.785. USAMERIBANCS. USAMERIBANCS, INC., (U.S. 
CL. 102). SN 600,557. PUB. 8-4-1987. FILED 5-23-1986. 

1.483.786. AA PLUS AND DESIGN. LIFE INSURANCE 
COMPANY OF VIRGINIA. THE, (U.S. CL. 102). SN 
620,246. PUB. 1-20-1987. FILED 9-16-1986. 

1.483.787. ACP. AMERICAN CONTINENTAL PROPER- 
TIES INC., (U.S. CLS. 101 AND 102). SN 629,094. PUB 
1-12-1988. FILED 11-7-1986. 

1,483,788 EZ RIDER PROGRAM. CSX TRANSPORTA- 
TION. INC.. MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 36 AND 39), 
(U.S. CLS. lOI, 102 AND 105). SN 633,997. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 12-5-1986. 

1.483.789. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. GLOBAL OFRCE 
NETWORK, INC., (U.S. CLS. 100, 101 AND 102). SN 
634,168. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 12-8-1986. 

1.483.790. FLEX RX. GIANT EAGLE, INC., MULTIPLE 
CLASS, (INT. CLS. 36 AND 42), (U.S. CLS. 100, 101 AND 
102). SN 640,239. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 1-16-1987. 

1.483.791. SPRING HILL. ERASER RESIDENTIAL PROP- 
ERTIES, INC., (U.S. CLS. 101 AND 102). SN 640,715. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 1-20-1987. 

1.483.792. DATASAVE COMPUTER A LEASING CORPORA- 
TION AND DESIGN. DATASAVE COMPUTER & LEAS- 
ING CORPORATION, MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 36, 
37 AND 42), (U.S. CLS. 101, 102 AND 103). SN 646,244. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-24-1987. 



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1.483.793. CARE PLANS AND DESIGN. SETTLERS LIFE 
INSURANCE COMPANY, (U.S. CL 102) SN 649.683. PUB 
1-12-1988. FILED 3-16-1987 

1.483.794. CU. HOME NETWORK AND DESIGN. CREDIT 
UNION NATIONAL ASSOCIATION. INC., (U.S. CLS. 101 
AND 102). SN 651,113. PUB 1-12-1988. HLED 3-23-1987 

1.483.795. ATLANTIC NATIONAL ACQUISITIONS * MERG- 
ERS AND DESIGN. ATLANTIC NATIONAL ACQUISI- 
TIONS AND MERGERS. INC.. (U.S. CLS. 101 AND 102). 
SN 665.027. PUB. 1-12-1988. RLED 6-5-1987. 

1.483.796. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. BINNS. JAMES L.. 
(U.S. CLS 101 AND 102). SN 665,463. PUB 1-12-1988. 
FILED 6-8-1987 

1.483.797. EMBASSY BALL. FRENCH/AMERICAN 
SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION. INC., (U.S. CL. 102). SN 
666,647. PUB. 1-12-1988. HLED 6-15-1987. 

1.483.798. FIRM. UNION CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE 
COMPANY, THE. (U.S. CL. 102). SN 669.845. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 7-2-1987 

1.483.799. PBB AND DESIGN. PBB USA INC., MULTIPLE 
CLASS, (INT. CLS. 36 AND 39), (U.S. CLS. 102 AND 105). 
SN 672,820. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-17-1987. 

1.483.800. DEPREOATION AND DESIGN. COLLECTOR 
CAR LOAN COMPANY OF AMERICA, INC.. THE. (U.S. 
CLS. 101 AND 102). SN 675,776. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-31-1987. 

1.483.801. MONEYMATCHERPLUS. AMERICAN INTER- 
NATIONAL GROUP, INC . (U.S. CL. 102). SN 676.255. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.802. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. AQUILA DISTRIB- 
UTORS. INC., (U.S. CL. 102). SN 677,346. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
RLED 8-10-1987. 

1.483.803. EQUTTRAK. EQUFTABLE CAPITAL MANAGE- 
MENT CORPORATION, (U.S. CLS. 101 AND 102). SN 
678,838. PUB. I-I2-I988. RLED 8-I7-I987. 



CLASS 37— CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR 

1.482.977 (Set Class 4 for this trademark). 

1.482.978 (Set Class 4 for this trademark). 

1.482.979 (See Class 4 for this trademark). 
1.483.792 (See Class i6 for this trademark). 

1.483,804 CARGOVEYOR. HEWITT-ROBINS INTERNA- 
TIONAL, INC., MULTIPLE CLASS, (INT CLS 37 AND 
42), (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 103). SN 398,202. PUB. 6-19-1984. 
RLED 9-30-1982. 

1.483.805. LINDSAY AND DESIGN. ECODYNE CORPORA- 
TION, MLTLTIPLE CLASS, (INT. CLS. 37 AND 42). (U.S. 
CLS. 100 AND 103). SN 582.877. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
2-14-1986. 

1.483.806. 1U.S.S_ KEDCO CORPORATION. (U.S. CL. 103). 
SN 606.006. PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 6-23-1986. 

1.483.807. COMCORPS (STYLIZED). GEORGIA ELECTRIC 
COMPANY, MULTIPLE CLASS. (INT. CLS. 37 AND 42). 
(U.S. CLS. 100 AND 103). SN 643.361. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
RLED 2-6-1987. 

1.483.808. TR TRUCK REPAIR AND DESIGN. MACIAS. 
RICK L., DBA TR TRUCK REPAIR, (U.S. CL. 103). SN 
647,513. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-20-1987. 

1.483.809. CUSTOM DESIGNED MODEL-LOG HOMES AND 
DESIGN. LUMBER ENTERPRISES, INC., (U.S. CL. 103). 
SN 648,043 PUB 1-12-1988. FILED 3-6-1987. 

1.483.810. DR SPOTLESS INC. AND DESIGN. DR. SPOT- 
LESS. INC.. (U.S. CL. 103). SN 655.541. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 5-15-1987. 

1.483.811. NEAT STUFF. HARRELL, JAMES EDMUND. 
AND HARRELL, MARY ANN. (U.S. CL. 103). SN 668.316. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-24-1987. 

1.483.812. BUILDING DREAMS FOR YOU. COLEMAN 
METAL PRODUCTS COMPANY, (U.S. CL. 103). SN 
670,478. PUB. I-I2-1988. RLED 7-6-1987. 

1.483.813. CLEAN "N SAVE AND DESIGN. AMERICAN 
DRY CLEANERS INTERNATIONAL. INC.. (US CL. 
103). SN 670.565. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-6-1987. 

1,483,814 LUBE ON THE MOVE AND DESIGN. LUBE ON 
THE MOVE. INC.. (U.S. CL. 103). SN 671,908. PUB. 
I-I2-I988. RLED 7-13-1987. 



CLASS 38— COMMUNICATION 

1,483.770 (See Class 35 for this trademark). 

1.483.815. INTER MAGNUM AND DESIGN. INTERMAG- 
NUM S.A., (U.S. CL. 104). SN 591,285. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 4-3-1986. 

1.483.816. C MAIL AND DESIGN. EXECUTIVE COMPUT- 
ER SERVICES. INC.. (U.S. CL. 104). SN 631.636. PUB. 
4-28-1987. FILED 11-21-1986. 



CLASS 39— TRANSPORTATION AND 
STORAGE 



1.483.770 (See Class 35 for this trademark). 
1.483.788 (See Class 36 for this trademark). 
1.483.799 (See Class 36 for this trademark). 

1.483.817. WERNER. WERNER ENTERPRISES, INC., (U.S. 
CL 105). SN 641,112. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 1-27-1987. 

1.483.818. TUELECTRIC AND DESIGN. TEXAS UTILITIES 
ELECTRIC COMPANY. (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 105). SN 
648.411. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 3-9-1987. 

1.483,819 YOU SEND ME. YARMO, HERBERT L., DBA 
YOU SEND ME. (U.S. CLS. 101 AND 105). SN 650,505. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 3-20-1987. 

1.483.820. THE HANDLERS PARCEL CENTER AND 
DESIGN. LANGSCHULTZ. CHARLES E., (U.S. CL. 105). 
SN 653.984. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 4-7-1987. 

1.483.821. SILO SELF STORAGE AND DESIGN. SILO SELF 
STORAGE, INC., (U.S. CL. 105). SN 668,185. PUB. 
1-12-1988. RLED 6-23-1987 

1.483.822. GO WORLDWIDE TOURS. TRAVEL CON- 
CEPTS. INC., DBA GO WORLDWIDE TOURS. (U.S. CL. 
105). SN 669.975. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-2-1987. 

1.483.823. OLIMPEX INTERNATIONAL. OLIMPEX INTER- 
NATIONAL. INC.. (U.S. CL 105). SN 672.805. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 7-17-1987. 

1.483.824. TICKETCHECK. VACATIONS TO GO. INC., (U.S. 
CL 105). SN 674,418. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-24-1987. 

1.483.825. PAX. BURLINGTON AIR EXPRESS INC., (U.S. 
CL. 105). SN 676,340. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-3-1987. 



CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

1,483.027 (See Class 6 for this trademark). 
1,483.067 (See Class 7 for this trademark). 
1.483,351 (See Class 16 for this trademark). 
1,483,354 (See Class 16 for this trademark). 
1,483,364 (See Class 16 for this trademark). 
1,483,368 (See Class 16 for this trademark). 
1,483,392 (See Class 16 for this trademark). 
1,483,445 (See Class IS for this trademark). 
1,483.769 (See Class 35 for this trademark) 

1.483.826. HALEY'S COMETS. JOLLY JOYCE AGENCY, 
(U.S. CL. 107). SN 345,755. PUB. 8-9-1983. FILED 
1-15-1982. 

1.483.827. ITC AND DESIGN. INDUSTRIAL TRAINING 
CORPORATION, (U.S. CL 107). SN 565.197. PUB. 
10-7-1986. FILED 10-25-1985. 

1.483.828. GUITAR ARMY. DETROIT CHAPTER OF VIET- 
NAM VETERANS OF AMERICA. INC., THE, (U.S. CL. 
107). SN 620,366. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 9-16-1986. 

1.483.829. J. MADISON AND DESIGN. FEDERALIST SOCI- 
ETY FOR LAW AND PUBLIC POLICY STUDIES, THE, 
(U.S. CL. 107). SN 627.433. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
10-29-1986. 

1.483.830. THE LAST GREAT RACE ON EARTH. IDI- 
TAROD TRAIL COMMITTEE. INC.. (U.S. CL. 107). SN 
627,961 PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 10-31-1986. 



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1.483.831. LOS ANGELES OPEN. LOS ANGELES JUNIOR 
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, THE, (U.S. CL. 107). SN 
639,166. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 1-8-1987. 

1.483.832. FOURTH DIMENSION BIBLE STUDY. SEARCH- 
ERS OF SAN JOSE. INCORPORATED, MULTIPLE 
CLASS, (INT. CLS. 41 AND 42), (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 107). 
SN 640,717. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 1-20-1987. 

1.483.833. SHOW BIZ KIDS. SNEE, RICHARD, DBA STAR 
SYSTEMS AND GRAYCAT PRODUCTIONS, (U.S. CL. 
107). SN 645,783. PUB. 11-10-1987. FILED 2-20-1987. 

1.483.834. RUTLEDGE COLLEGE. GEORGE SHINN & 
ASSOC., INC.. DBA RUTLEDGE EDUCATION SYSTEM. 
(U.S. CL. 107). SN 646,882. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
2-27-1987. 

1.483.835. HOME SHOPPING GAME. HOME SHOPPING 
NETWORK. INC.. (U.S. CL. 107). SN 648,712. PUB. 
I-I2-1988. FILED 3-9-1987. 

1.483.836. USA WATER POLO AND DESIGN. UNITED 
STATES WATER POLO, INC., (U.S. CL. 107). SN 649,179. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 3-13-1987. 

1.483.837. RITE AND DESIGN. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 
OF REALTORS, (U.S. CL. 107). SN 653,122. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 4-6-1987. 

1.483.838. STEVEN ANSON COONS AWARD. ASSOCIA- 
TION FOR COMPUTING MACHINERY. (U.S. CL. 107). 
SN 653,223. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 4-6-1987. 

1.483.839. U MIAMI AND DESIGN. UNIVERSITY OF 
MIAML (U.S. CL. 107). SN 661.062. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
5-8-1987. 

1.483.840. CONVERTT (STYLIZED). MTS INTERNATION- 
AL, INC., (U.S. CL. 107). SN 661,074. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
RLED 5-15-1987. 

1.483.841. CAEC CTTIZENS' AID FOR EXCEPTIONAL 
CHILDREN AND DESIGN. CITIZENS' AID FOR EXCEP- 
TIONAL CHILDREN. (U.S. CL. 107). SN 662.009. PUB 
1-12-1988. FILED 5-19-1987. 

1.483.842. MEDICAL RESEARCH INVEST IN AMERICA'S 
HEALTH AND DESIGN. NATIONAL HEALTH COUN- 
CIL. INC.. (U.S. CL. 107). SN 668.908 PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 6-29-1987. 

1.483.843. PKI AND DESIGN. BLACK. DENNIS. (U.S. CL. 
107). SN 670,151. PUB. 1-12 '.988. FILED 7-6-1987. 

1.483.844. ANGLING ADVENTURES. IN-FISHERMAN INC.. 
(U.S. CL. 107). SN 672.284. PUB. 12-8-1987. FILED 
7-16-1987. 

1.483.845. GRANDMA PRISBREY'S BOTTLE VILLAGE. 
PRESERVE BOTTLE VILLAGE COMMITTEE, (U.S. CL. 
107). SN 673,827. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-22-1987. 

1.483.846. G 7 AND DESIGN. GREEN BAY PACKERS. 
INC., THE. (U.S. CL. 107). SN 674,035. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
RLED 7-22-1987. 

1.483.847. WILLIE THE PARACHLTTE YOU ARE SPECIAL 
YES I CAN BE A GOOD SPORT BE THE BEST AND 
DESIGN. DESYLVESTER, JOHN. (U.S. CL. 107). SN 
674.759. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-27-1987. 

1.483.848. JOHNNY JAMES AND THE JAMMERS AND 
DESIGN. JOHN JAMES MURPHY, (U.S. CL. 107). SN 
675,237. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-29-1987. 

1.483.849. NATIONAL POLO LEAGUE. POLO, INC., (U.S. 
CL. 107). SN 675,966. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.850. THE HOUSE AS A SYSTEM. SYNERGON. INC.. 
(U.S. CL. 107). SN 676,221. PUB. 1-12-1988. RLED 
8-3-1987. 

1.483.851. RAIN COUNTRY (STYLIZED). CAPITAL COM- 
MUNITY BROADCASTING. INC.. (U.S. CL. 107). SN 
676.617. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-5-1987. 

1.483.852. JOY ART. JOY ART. LTD., (U.S. CL. 107). SN 
676,848. PUB. 1-I2-I988. FILED 8-6-1987. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

1,483,067 (See Clan 7 for this trademark). 
1,483,328 (See Class 14 for this trademark). 
1,483.363 (See Class 16 for this trademark). 
1,483,372 (See Class 16 for this trademark). 



1.483.391 (See Class 16 for this trademark). 

1.483.392 (See Class 16 for this trademark). 
1,483,446 (See Class 18 for this trademark). 
1.483.729 (See Class 30 for this trademark). 

1.483.769 (See Class 35 for this trademark). 

1.483.770 (See Class 35 for this trademark). 

1.483.771 (See Class 35 for this trademark). 
1,483.774 (See Class 35 for this trademark). 
1.483,783 (See Class 36 for this trademark). 
1,483.790 (See Class 36 for this trademark). 
1,483,792 (See Class 36 for this trademark). 

1.483.804 (See Class 37 for this trademark). 

1.483.805 (See Class 37 for this trademark). 
1,483,807 (See Class 37 for this trademark). 
1,483,832 (See Class 41 for this trademark). 

1.483.853. TOWN A COUNTRY MARKET. TOWN AND 
COUNTRY FOOD MARKETS, INC., (U.S. CL. 101). SN 
402,801. PUB. 12-27-1983. FILED 11-15-1982. 

1.483.854. SOFTWARE 1ST AND DESIGN. ZIELINSKl, 
EDWARD MICHAEL, DBA SOFTWARE 1ST, (U.S. CL. 
101). SN 443,564. PUB. 12-11-1984. FILED 9-12-1983. 

1.483.855. PIZZAPIAZZA. WEST PAN, INC.. (U.S. CL. 100). 
SN 443.917. PUB. 2-19-1985. FILED 9-15-1983. 

1.483.856. R AND DESIGN. RESEARCH HEALTH SERV- 
ICES, (U.S. CL. 100). SN 444,800. PUB. 9-18-1984. FILED 
9-22-1983. 

1.483.857. CHARLES JOURDAN MONSIEUR. CHARLES 
JOURDAN HOLDING AG, (US CL. 101). SN 545,436. 
PUB. 4-29-1986. FILED 6-28-1985. 

1.483.858. EYE CARE AND DESIGN. DENNIS D. SHE- 
PARD, M.D. INCORPORATED, DBA SHEPARD EYE 
CENTER MEDICAL GROUP, (U.S. CL. 100). SN 557,192. 
PUB. 2-4-1986. FILED 9-9-1985. 

1.483.859. HEALTHLINK. HEALTHLINK, ASSIGNEE OF 
SWEDISH HEALTH SYSTEMS, (U.S. CL. 100). SN 
569,821. PUB. 4-8-1986. FILED 11-22-1985. 

1,483,860 nUST IMPRESSIONS AND DESIGN. FIRST IM- 
PRESSIONS, INC., (U.S. CL. 100). SN 574,074 PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 12-18-1985. 

1.483.861. SELFCARE AND DESIGN. SELFCARE INDUS- 
TRIES, INC., (U.S. CL. lOI). SN 585,201. PUB. 1-I2-I988. 
RLED 2-28-1986. 

1.483.862. MEDIQUrr. MEDIQUIT, (U.S. CL. 100). SN 
588,828. PUB 10-21-1986. FILED 3-19-1986. 

1.483.863. COMBO. BENJAMIN. DELEANO D., (U.S. CL. 
100). SN 597,996. PUB. 12-30-1986. RLED 5-12-1986. 

1.483.864. DESIGNATED SHIPPER. MPO VIDEOTRONICS, 
INC., (U.S. CLS. 100, 101 AND 107). SN 613,817. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-8-1986. 

1.483.865. P C LAND. PC. LAND. INC.. (U.S. CL. 101). SN 
614.063. PUB. 8-25-1987. RLED 8-11-1986. 

1.483.866. SCRAMBLED INDICIA. GRAPHIC SECURITY 
SYSTEMS CORPORATION, (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). SN 
620,778. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 9-18-1986. 

1.483.867. R J LEEDS. LEEDS FURNITURE. INC. #1, DBA 
R.J. LEEDS #1, (U.S. CL. 101). SN 624,754. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 10-9-1986. 

1.483.868. MED SOURCE AND DESIGN. MEDSTAR COM- 
MUNICATIONS. INC., (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 104). SN 
625,820. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 10-17-1986. 

1.483.869. MED-USA. HEALTHCARE MEDICAL MAN 
AGEMENT. INC., (U.S. CL. 100). SN 626,306. PUB 
9-22-1987. FILED 10-22-1986. 

1.483.870. MED -(-USA AND DESIGN. HEALTHCARE MED 
ICAL MANAGEMENT. INC., (U.S. CL. 100). SN 626,307 
PUB. 9-22-1987. FILED 10-22-1986. 

1.483.871. NUGGET GOOD AS GOLD (STYLIZED). 
NUGGET DISTRIBUTORS' COOPERATIVE OF AMER 
ICA, INC., DBA NUGGET DISTRIBUTORS, INC., (US 
CL. 101). SN 627.752. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 10-30-1986. 

1.483.872. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. PHARMACHEMIE 
B.V., (U.S. CL. 101). SN 628,744. PUB. 1-12-1988. RLED 
1 1-5-1986. 

1.483.873. CONAC CONCRETE ACCESSORIES, INC., (U.S. 
CL. 101). SN 629,115. PUB. 3-31-1987. FILED 11-7-1986. 



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1.483.874. DlVERSinED OPHTHALMICS AND DESIGN. 
DIVERSIFIED OPHTHALMICS, INC., (U.S. CLS. 100 
AND 101). SN 635,685 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 12-16-1986. 

1.483.875. EDUCENTRES AND DESIGN. CALGARY EDU- 
CENTRES LTD.. (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 107). SN 638,526. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 1-6-1987. 

1.483.876. MBA PLUS. SAV-A-STOP INCORPORATED, 
(U.S. CL. 101). SN 641.767. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
1-28-1987. 

1,483,877 CINCO DE MAYO. CINCO DE MAYO RESTAU- 
RANTS, INC., (U.S. CL. 100). SN 641,772. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
RLED 1-28-1987 

1.483.878. PINEAPPLE BEACH CLUB. SANTA BARBARA 
ANTIGUA LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD., (U.S. CL. 100). 
SN 641,871. PUB. 1-12-1988. RLED 1-29-1987. 

1.483.879. NICOLE FARHI. FRENCH CONNECTION 
(HONG KONG) LTD., (U.S. CL. 101). SN 642,586. PUB. 
10-13-1987. FILED 2-2-1987 

1.483.880. LEPS HOAGIE HOUSE. LEES HOAGIE 
HOUSE, (US. CL 100) SN 642.620 PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 2-2-1987. 

1,483.881 THE GOLDSMITH SHOP AND DESIGN. GOLD- 
SMITH SHOP, INC., THE, (U.S. CL. 101). SN 643,554. PUB. 
9-29-1987. FILED 2-9-1987 

1.483.882. SHARE....FOR CHRISTIAN LIVING LET BROTH- 
ERLY LOVE CONTINUE HEB 13:1 AND DESIGN. 
SHARE....FOR CHRISTIAN LIVING, INC., (U.S. CL. 100). 
SN 644,734. PUB 1-12-1988 FILED 2-13-1987. 

1.483.883. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. WASHINGTON 
HEALTHCARE CORPORATION. DBA MEDLANTIC 
HEALTHCARE GROUP, (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). SN 
645,307. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-18-1987. 

1,483,884 MEDLANTIC. WASHINGTON HEALTHCARE 
CORPORATION, DBA MEDLANTIC HEALTHCARE 
GROUP, (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). SN 645,309 PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 2-18-1987. 

1.483.885. O'CONNOR * HANNAN O « H AND DESIGN. 
O'CONNOR & HANNAN, (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). SN 
645,549. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 2-19-1987. 

1.483.886. MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL. MAS- 
SACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL, THE, (U.S. CL 
100). SN 645,724. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 2-20-1987. 

1,483,887 BRITISH PASSAGE AND DESIGN. BRITISH PAS 
SAGE, INC.. (U.S. CL. 101). SN 648.949. PUB. 1-12-1988 
RLED 3-9-1987. 

1.483.888. RIAH. PSYCHEMEDICS CORPORATION, (US 
CL. 100). SN 649,587. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 3-16-1987 

1.483.889. QUICK-SCRIPT, INC„ QUICK-SCRIPT, INC.. 
(U.S. CL. 101). SN 651,463. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
3-26-1987. 

1.483.890. YORK HOSPITAL TRAUMA T-E-A-M AND 
DESIGN. YORK HOSPITAL, (U.S. CL. 100). SN 652.278. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 3-30-1987 

1,483,891 REGIONAL RESOURCE TRAUMA CENTER AND 
DESIGN. YORK HOSPITAL. (U.S. CL. 100). SN 652,280. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. HLED 3-30-1987. 

1.483.892. AND DESIGN. HAPPI-STORES, INC., (U.S. CL. 
101). SN 655,591. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 4-16-1987. 

1.483.893. Sn. SPACE INNOVATORS, INC., (U.S. CLS. 100. 
101 AND 103). SN 657,662. PUB. 1-12-1988. RLED 
4-27-1987. 

1.483.894. THE IMAGINATION STORE. FRANCIS, 
CHARLES v.. (U.S. CL. 101). SN 661,711. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
RLED 5-19-1987. 

1.483.895. CINCY^ AND DESIGN. CINCY'S FRANCHIS- 
ING, INC., (U.S. CL. 100). SN 662,422. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
RLED 5-21-1987. 

1.483.896. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. KETTERING 
HEALTH CARE INC., DBA KETTERING BREAST 
EVALUATION CENTER, (U.S. CL. 100). SN 663,910. PUB. 
I-I2-1988. RLED 6-1-1987. 

1.483.897. TAXBASE (STYLIZED). TAX ANALYSTS, (U.S. 
CLS. 100 AND 101). SN 664,279. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
6-2-1987. 

1.483.898. THE GREAT CHARCOAL CHICKEN CO AND 
DESIGN. CHARCOAL CHICKENS, INC., (U.S. CL. 100). 
SN 665,371. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-8-1987. 



1.483.899. JOHNNIE'S CHARCOAL BROILER (STYLIZED). 
JOHNNIE'S CHARCOAL BROILER, INC.. (U.S. CL. 100). 
SN 669,264. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 6-29-1987. 

1.483.900. CAPTV TACO AND DESIGN. CIRCADIAN 
KNIGHT CORPORATION, (U.S. CL. 100). SN 671,328. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-13-1987 

1,483,901 BIO GENETICS CORPORATION AND DESIGN. 
BIOGENETICS CORPORATION, (U.S. CL. 100). SN 
671,760. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-13-1987. 

1.483.902. PHYSiaANS WHO CARE. PHYSICIANS WHO 
CARE. (U.S. CL 100). SN 671,905 PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-13-1987. 

1.483.903. AARON'S RENT-TO-OWN. AARON RENTS, 
INC., (U.S. CL. 101). SN 672,818. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-17-1987. 

1,483,904 MARKETREND. NEWS AMERICA PUBLISHING 
INCORPORATED, (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). SN 673,102. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-20-1987. 

1.483.905. PIZZA D'ALTO TIAMO AND DESIGN. PIZZA 
D'ALTO OF REGENCY SQUARE, INC., (U.S. CL. 100). 
SN 673,178. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-20-1987. 

1.483.906. SHOOTERS ON THE WATER AN EATING * 
DRINKING EXPERIENCE AND DESIGN. SHOOTERS IN- 
VESTMEJ^S. INC., (U.S. CL. 100). SN 673,537. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 7-10-1987 

1.483.907. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. JOHN B. TEB- 
BETTS, M.D., F.A.C.S., (U.S. CL. 100). SN 673,655. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 7-21-1987 

1,483,908 CENTRAL FLORIDA POLL AND DESIGN. AT- 
LANTIC COMMUNICATIONS. INC., (U.S. CL. 100). SN 
674,426. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-24-1987. 

1.483.909. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. PETCX) PHOTO ft 
DESIGN, INC., (U.S. CL. 100). SN 674,577. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 7-27-1987. 

1.483.910. 3 BAR W WESTER.N WORLD AND DESIGN. 3 
BAR W WESTERN WORLD. INC., (U.S. CL. 101). SN 
675,027. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-28-1987. 

1.483.911. SENIOR HOUSE THIS IS YOUR HOUSE... AND 
DESIGN. MENDELSSOHN, ALAN N.. (U.S. CL. 100). SN 
675.148. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 7-29-1987. 

1.483.912. TAMALE FACTORY. CRUZ FAMILY, INC., (U.S. 
CL. 100). SN 675,644. PUB. 12-29-1987 FILED 7-31-1987. 

1.483.913. PROAM (STYLIZED). PROJECTS AMERICAN 
CORPORATION, (U.S. CL. 101). SN 675.688. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 7-31-1987. 

1.483.914. WET LABS. WET ENTERPRISES. INC., (U.S. 
CLS. 100 AND 101). SN 675,733. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
7-31-1987. 

1.483.915. SOURCECOM AND DESIGN. PATH MANAGE- 
MENT INDUSTRIES. INC., (U.S. CL. 101). SN 675,745. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 7-31-1987. 

1.483.916. PEE WEE'S EXPRESS INC. AND DESIGN. PEE 
WEE'S EXPRESS, INC., (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). SN 
676,021. PUB. 1-12-1988 FILED 8-3-1987 

1.483.917. CAPTAIN CLAMBAKE CATERING AND DESIGN. 
SCHMIDT, DONALD M., (U.S. CL. 100). SN 676,026. PUB. 
I-I2-1988. FILED 8-3-1987. 

1.483.918. STATE NET. INFORMATION FOR PUBLIC AF- 
FAIRS, INC., (U.S. CL 100). SN 676,722. PUB. 1-12-1988. 
FILED 8-6-1987. 

1.483.919. MAGNIFETE AND DESIGN. JENCOL. INC., (U.S. 
CL. 101). SN 676,731. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-6-1987. 

1.483.920. LET US HELP YOU SMILE! AND DESIGN. Ma 
GELOF, ANDREW, DR.. (U.S. CL. 100). SN 676,836. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-6-1987. 

1.483.921. NO SUBS-TTTUTE AND DESIGN. ERBABIAN, 
THERESA, DB NO SUBSTITUDE, (U.S. CL. 100). SN 
677,402. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-10-1987. 

1.483.922. ASN ARMCHAIR SHOPPING NETWORK. 
MCCOY, KENNETH DALE (U.S. CLS. 101 AND 107). SN 
677,687. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-10-1987. 

1.483.923. FISHERMANS BROILER. BINGO PALACE, 
INC., DBA PALACE STATION, (U.S. CL. 100). SN 678,122. 
PUB. 1-12-1988 RLED 8-13-1987. 



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1.483.924. ISTAR. LIFE OFFICE MANAGEMENT ASSO- 
CIATION, INC., (U.S. CL. 100). SN 678.231. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-13-1987. 

1.483.925. 5 ft DINER. M ft R, (U.S. CL. 100). SN 678,496. 
PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-14-1987. 

1.483.926. ALL AMERICAN HERO AND DESIGN. ALL 
AMERICAN HERO, INC., (U.S. CL. 100). SN 678,497. PUB. 
1-12-1988. FILED 8-14-1987. 

1.483.927. GUARDSMARK PSC. GUARDSMARK, INC., (U.S. 
CL. 100). SN 679,604. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 8-20-1987. 

1.483.928. HERTRON. HERTRON INTERNATIONAL, INC., 
(U.S. CL. 101). SN 681,522. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
8-31-1987. 



PRIOR UNITED STATES CLASSIFICATION 
CERTIFICATION MARKS 



SUPPLEMENTAL REGISTER 



CLASS B— SERVICES 

1.483.929. HOTEL A RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES AND BAR- 
TENDERS INTERNATIONAL UNION AFFILIATED WITH 
AFL-CIO ORGANIZED 1891 RECOGNIZES THIS HOUSE 
AS A UNION HOUSE AND WORTHY OF THE SUPPORT 
OF ORGANIZED LABOR AND DESIGN. HOTEL EM- 
PLOYEES A RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES INTERNA- 
TIONAL UNION, SN 618,068. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
9-4-1986. 

1.483.930. HOTEL EMPLOYEES A RESTAURANT EMPLOY- 
EES INTERNATIONAL UNION AITTLIATED WITH THE 
AFL-CIO ORGANIZED 1891 RECOGNIZES THIS MOTEL 
AS A UNION MOTEL AND WORTHY OF THE SUPPORT 
OF ORGANIZED LABOR AND DESIGN. HOTEL EM- 
PLOYEES 4 RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES INTERNA- 
TIONAL UNION, SN 618,140. PUB. 1-12-1988. FILED 
9-4-1986. 



These registrations are not subject to opposition. 

SECTION 1.— INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION 

The short titles associated below with the international class numbers are terms designed merely for quick identification and 
are not an official part of the international classification. The full names of international classes are given in section 6 t of the 
trademark rules of practice. 

The designation "U.S. CI." appearing in this section refers to the U.S. class in effect prior to Sep. 1, 1973 rather than the 
international class which applies to applications filed on or after that date. For adoption of international classification see notice 
in the OFFICIAL GAZETTE of Jun. 26, 1973 (911 O.G. TM 210). 



Application in more than one class 



1,483,931. SUNCLIPSE, INC., MONTEBELLO, CA. SN 
628,147. FILED PR. 11-3-1986; AM. S.R. 1-6-1988. 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SUPPLY" AND "BUSINESS PRODUCTS", APART 
FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 



CLASS 37— CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR 

FOR PRODUCING TO THE ORDER OF OTHERS 
FORMS, BUSINESS CARDS AND RUBBER STAMPS (U.S. 
CL. 103). 

FIRST USE 10-13-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-17-1986. 



CLASS 40— MATERIAL TREATMENT 

FOR PHOTOCOPYING MATERIALS FOR OTHERS (US 
CLS. 101 AND 106). 
FIRST USE 10-13-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-17-1986. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR RETAIL OUTLET AND DISTRIBUTORSHIP 
SERVICES FEATURING SHIPPING AND PACKING MA- 
TERIALS AND OFFICE, DATA PROCESSING, FOOD 
SERVICE AND JANITORIAL SUPPLIES (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 10-13-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-17-1986. 



TM 160 



TM 161 



SECTION 2.— INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION 

The short titles associated below with the international class numbers are terms designed merely for quick identification and 
are not an official part of the international classification. The full names of international classes are given in section 6.1 of the 
trademark rules of practice. 

The designation "U.S. CI." appearing in this section refers to the U.S. class in effect prior to Sep. 1, 1973 rather than the 
international class which applies to applications filed on or after that date. For adoption of international classification see notice 
in the OFFICIAL GAZETTE of Jun. 26. 1973 (911 O.G. TM 210). 



Application in one class 



CLASS 3— COSMETICS AND CLEANING 
PREPARATIONS 

1,483,932. ECOLAB INC., ST. PAUL, MN, BY CHANGE OF 
NAME FROM ECONOMICS LABORATORY, INC., ST. 
PAUL, MN. SN 616,025. FILED PR. 8-19-1986; AM. S.R. 
1-29-1988. 



CLASS 3— (Continued). 

FOR HAIR STYLING AIDS, NAMELY SHAMPOOS, 
HAIR CONDITIONERS, AND HAIR SPRAYS (U.S. CLS. 51 
AND 52). 

FIRST USE 2-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-9-1987. 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SOLID", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR RINSE ADDITIVE FOR COMMERCIAL LAUN- 
DRY USE (U.S. CL. 51). 

FIRST USE 2-18-1986; IN COMMERCE 2-18-1986. 



CLASS 5— PHARMACEUTICALS 



1,483,933. FOURTH SYSTEMA, INC., WOODLAND 
HILLS. CA. SN 648,052. FILED PR. 3-6-1987; AM. S.R. 
1-4-1988. 



1,483,934. W. J. RENDELL LIMITED, CROYDON, 
SURREY, ENGLAND. SN 602,671. FILED P.R. 6-6-1986; 
AM. S.R. 10-7-1987. 



RENDELLS 



THE TRADEMARK CONSISTS OF AN ELONGATED 
OVAL BOTTLE WITH RIBBED SIDES. 



OWNER OF UNITED KINGDOM REG. NO. 602943, 
DATED 12-6-1938, EXPIRES 12-6-2001. 

FOR CONTRACEPTIVE PREPARATIONS FOR VAGI- 
NAL USE (U.S. CL. 18). 



TM 162 



APRIL 5, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 8— HAND TOOLS CLASS 8— (Continued). 



TM 163 



1.483,935 TEXTRON INC., PROVIDENCE, RI. SN 696,900. FOR STERLING SILVER FLATWARE - NAMELY 

FILED 11-23-1987. KNIVES (U.S. CLS. 23 AND 28). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1910; IN COMMERCE 0-0-I9I0. 



I.i^ 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

1,483,937. MAKER, TOM, BOLTON, MA. SN 664.701 
FILED P.R. 6-4-1987; AM. S.R. 12-14-1987. 



MORG\N HORSE 




OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,217,613 AND 1,427,986. 

THE TRADEMARK COMPRISES A FIDDLE-SHAPED 
KNIFE HANDLE IN AN OXIDIZED FINISH BORDERED 
AND OVERLAIN WITH FLORAL ORNAMENTATION. 
THE DRAWING DEPICTS THE END, FRONT SIDE, 
EDGE AND REAR SIDE VIEWS OF A KNIFE HANDLE 
WHICH CONSTITLTTES THE MARK. 

FOR STERLING SILVER FLATWARE, NAMELY, 
KNIVES (U.S. CLS. 23 AND 28). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1936; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1936. 



VIDEO m/\m 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "VIDEO" AND THE REPRESENTATION OF A 
VIDEO CASSETTE, APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR PRERECORDED VIDEO TAPES (U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 9-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-1-1986. 



1,483,936. TEXTRON INC., 
FILED 11-23-1987. 



PROVIDENCE, RI. SN 696,901. 



1,483,938. MANUFACTURERS 
WEST SPRINGFIELD, MA. 
6-15-1987; AM. S.R. 1-28-1988. 



TECHNOLOGIES, INC., 
SN 666,735. FILED P.R. 



MANUFACTURERS 
TECHNOLOGIES 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR THE MANUFAC- 
TURING INDUSTRY (U.S. CL 38). 

FIRST USE 10-9-1983; IN COMMERCE 12-22-1983. 



1,483,939. LEVITON MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 
INC., LITTLE NECK, NY. SN 690,908. FILED PR. 
10-21-1987; AM. S.R. 1-28-1988. 



LEVITON TELCOM 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 184,012 AND OTHERS. 

THE TRADEMARK COMPRISES A COFFIN-SHAPED 
HANDLE FOR A KNIFE IN MATTE FINISH BORDERED 
BY GROOVED RIDGES. THE DRAWING DEPICTS THE 
END, SIDE AND EDGE VIEWS OF A KNIFE HANDLE 
WHICH CONSTITUTES THE MARK. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 601,599 AND U21,522. 

FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT, 

NAMELY, TELEPHONES, COMPUTERS, AND PARTS 
THEREOF, ALL FOR VOICE AND DATA TRANSMIS- 
SION (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26). 

FIRST USE 7-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 7-0-1986. 



TM 164 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED CLASS 25— CLOTHING 

MATTER 

1.483,944. KITCHEN QUARTERBACK ENTERPRISES. 
1.483.940. GLOBE NEWSPAPER COMPANY. DORCHES- PITTSBURGH. PA. SN 649.265. FILED PR. 3-13-1987; 

TER, MA SN 596.217. FILED PR. 5-1-1986; AM. S.R. AM. S.R. 1-21-1988. 

10-30-1987. 



THE FAMOUS BOSTON 
BEANS CONTEST 



■fl \'a \\cV ft\ r Qu(ir\e r\> acV 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CONTEST", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. FOR APRONS AND BIBS (U.S. CL. 39). 

FOR NEWSPAPER FEATURE (U.S. CL. 38). FIRST USE 9-27-1983; IN COMMERCE 9-27-1983. 

FIRST USE 2-23-1986; IN COMMERCE 2-23-1986. 



CLASS 28— TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS 

1,483.941. CUTTER INFORMATION CORP., ARLINGTON. 
MA SN 654.749. FILED PR. 4-13-1987; AM. S.R. 1-4-1988. 1,483.945. AMES. JOHN H.. DBA AMES INDUSTRIES. 

BOTHELL. WA. SN 610.945. FILED PR 7-23-1986; AM. 
S.R. 1-19-1988. 



ENERGY DESIGN UPDATE 



ALL-WEATHER 



FOR NEWSLETTERS RELATING TO HOUSING (U.S. 
CL. 38). 
HRST USE 9-6-1983; IN COMMERCE 9-6-1983. 



FOR BOW AND ARROW TARGET FACES (U.S. CL. 22). 
FIRST USE 7-13-1983; IN COMMERCE 7-13-1983. 



1.483.942. WEST PUBLISHING COMPANY. ST. PAUL. 
MN. SN 66a223. FILED P.R. 5-11-1987; AM. S.R. 
1-19-1988. 



SOCIAL SECURITY NEWS 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "NEWS", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN 

FOR NEWSLETTER CONTAINING SUMMARIES OF 
LEGAL DECISIONS. PROPOSED AND ENACTED AD- 
MINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS AND OTHER MATERI- 
AL RELATING TO THE SOCIAL SECURITY LAWS (U.S. 
CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 10-15-1985; IN COMMERCE 10-15-1985. 



CLASS 22— CORDAGE AND nBERS 

1.483.943. ESSEX PLASTICS, INC.. POMPANO BEACH. 
FL. SN 642.887. HLED P.R. 2-4-1987; AM. S.R. 11-16-1987. 



CLASS 30— STAPLE FOODS 

1,483,946. AMERICAN DAIRY QUEEN CORPORATION, 
MINNEAPOLIS. MN. SN 592,791. RLED PR. 4-10-1986; 
AM. S.R. 9-14-1987. 



HOMESryLC 

DOUBLE BURGER 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "DOUBLE BURGER", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN 

FOR PREPARED HAMBURGER SANDWICHES FOR 
CONSUMPTION ON OR OFF THE PREMISES (U.S. CL. 
46). 

FIRST USE 4-6-1984; IN COMMERCE 4-6-1984. 



STURDY SAX 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE ••SAX", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR PLASTIC BAGS MADE OF HIGH DENSITY. HIGH 
MOLECULAR RESIN FOR WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION 
IN INSTITUTIONAL AND INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS 
(U.S. CL. 2). 

HRST USE 1-7-1985; IN COMMERCE 1-7-1985. 



CLASS 32— LIGHT BEVERAGES 

1,483,947. SIEBEN BREWING COMPANY, CHICAGO, IL. 
SN 625.806. FILED PR. 10-17-1986; AM. S.R. 12-21-1987. 

SIEBEN»S 



FOR BEER (U.S. CL. 48). 

RRST USE 9-26-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-26-1986. 



APRIL 5. 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

SERVICE MARKS CLASS 35-(Continued). 



TM 165 



CLASS 35— ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS 

1,483.948. GEORGE LITTLE MANAGEMENT, INC., NEW 
YORK, NY. SN 630,698. FILED PR. 11-17-1986; AM. S.R. 
6-8-1987. 



1,483.952. TENDER SENDER VENTURE. ST. LOUIS, MO. 
SN 666,592. FILED PR. 6-15-1987; AM. S.R. 12-14-1987. 



CREATE-A-WRAP 



FOR GIFT WRAPPING AND PACKAGING SERVICES 
(U.S. CL. 101). 
NATIONAL CHINA, GLASS first use 1-1-1985; in commerce 1-1-1985. 

& COLLECTIBLES SHOW 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
use "CHINA, GLASS & COLLECTIBLES SHOW", APART 
FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR ORGANIZING AND CONDUCTING TRADE 
SHOWS FEATURING CHINA AND GLASS (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 10-13-1983; IN COMMERCE 10-13-1983. 



CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

1,483,953. VID KIDS PRODUCTIONS INC., TORONTO, 
ONTARIO. CANADA. SN 575.493. FILED PR. 12-30-1985 
AM. S.R. 11-18-1987. 



1,483,949. WINSTON. JULIE, DBA SEALED WITH A 
KISS, ROCKVILLE, MD. SN 649,249. FILED PR. 
3-13-1987; AM. S.R. 11-13-1987. 



SUPER CAMP CARE 
PACKAGES 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CAMP CARE PACKAGE", APART FROM THE 
MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR PACKAGING OF GIFT ITEMS TO THE ORDER 
AND/OR SPECIFICATION OF OTHERS (U.S. CL. lOI). 

FIRST USE 3-7-1984; IN COMMERCE 3-7-1984. 



VID KIDS 



1,483,950. BURKE MARKETING SERVICES. INC., CIN- 
CINNATI, OH, ASSIGNEE OF SAMI/BURKE INC., CIN- 
CINNATL OH. SN 658,621. FILED P.R. 5-4-1987; AM. S.R. 
11-6-1987. 



RESTAGER 



FOR MARKETING RESEARCH SERVICES (U.S. CL. 
101). 
FIRST USE 9-29-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-29-1986. 



1,483,951. WAGSTAFF. PATRICIA B.. CHASE CITY. VA. 
DBA VIRGINIA CHRISTMAS SHOW. SN 663.798. FILED 
P.R. 6-1-1987; AM. S.R. 1-7-1988. 



VIRGINIA CHRISTMAS 
SHOW 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CHRISTMAS SHOW". APART FROM THE MARK 
AS SHOWN. 

FOR CONDUCTING TRADE SHOW EXHIBITION 
SERVICES (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 2-15-1986; IN COMMERCE 4-15-1986. 



208-920 TMOG-88-13 - QL 3 



FOR ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES, NAMELY, A CON- 
TINUING TELEVISION PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN (U.S. 
CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 4-1-1984; IN COMMERCE 8-17-1984. 



1,483,954, UNITED STATES AEROBIC ASSOCIATION, 
BARABOO, WI. SN 604,290. FILED PR 6-16-1986; AM. 
S.R. 12-11-1987. 



UNITED STATES AEROBIC 
ASSOCIATION 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "AEROBIC ASSOCIATION", APART FROM THE 
MARK AS SHOWN 

FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, NAMELY, PROVID- 
ING INSTRUCTION IN AEROBICS AND INSTRUCTION 
AND EVALUATION OF INSTRUCTORS; ENTERTAIN- 
MENT SERVICES, NAMELY CONDUCTING AND SANC- 
TIONING COMPETITORS AND EXHIBITIONS IN AERO- 
BICS (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 4-12-1985; IN COMMERCE 6-5-1985. 



1,483,955. PARK NICOLLET MEDICAL FOUNDATION, 
MINNEAPOLIS, MN. SN 654,098. FILED PR. 4-9-1987; 
AM. S.R. 12-9-1987. 



LEARNING TO LIVE WELL 
WITH DIABETES 



FOR HEALTH EDUCATION SERVICES, NAMELY, 
CONDUCTING SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS ABOUT 
CONTROLLING DIABETES (U.S. CL. 107) 

FIRST USE 6-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1985. 



TM 166 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 



CLASS 42— (Continued). 



1.483,956. REMINGTON'S MANAGEMENT GROUP, INC., 1,483,959. KWIK FRIES INTERNATIONAL, INC., COLO- 
DEL MAR, CA. SN 642,354 FILED PR. 2-2-1987; AM. RADO SPRINGS, CO. SN 682,637. FILED PR 9-3-1987; 
S.R. 11-20-1987. AM. S.R. 1-22-1988. 



REMINGTON'S AMERICAN 
MARKET 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "MARKET", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR RETAIL SPECIALITY FOOD MARKET SERVICES 
(U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 10-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-1-1986. 



1,483.957. J.L.M. ADVERTISING, E. MEADOW, NY. SN 
656.681. RLED PR. 4-22-1987; AM. S.R. 1-28-1988. 



"COMIC PHOTOGRAPHY" 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "PHOTOGRAPHY", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR PHOTOGRAPHY SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 1-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-1-1987. 




1,483,958. TBG INFORMATION SYSTEMS INC., DBA 
PREDICASTS, CLEVELAND, OH. SN 657,046. FILED 
P.R. 4-24-1987; AM. S.R. 12-14-1987. 



MARKETING AND 

ADVERTISING REFERENCE 

SERVICE 



FOR LEASING ACCESS TIME TO A COMPUTER DA- 
TABASE IN THE HELD OF MARKETING AND ADVER- 
TISING (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 9-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 9-0-1985. 



THE LINING IN THE MARK ON THE DRAWING IS A 
FEATURE OF THE MARK AND DOES NOT INDICATE 
COLOR. 

FOR VENDING MACHINE SERVICES (U.S. CLS. 100 
AND 101). 

FIRST USE 9-6-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-30-1986. 



TRADEMARK REGISTRATIONS RENEWED 



The designation "U.S. CI." appearing in this section refers to the U.S. class in effect prior to Sep. 1, 1973 rather than the 
international class which applies to applications filed on or after that date. For adoption of international classification see notice 
in the OFFICIAL GAZETTE of Jun. 26. 1973 (911 O.G. TM 210). 



62,050. CASHMERE BOUQUET (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 
51. (INT. CL. 3). REG. 4-16-1907. 

62.421. ALTAR BRAND (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 15. (INT. 

CL. 4). REG. 5-7-1907. 
62,752. STAR AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 23. GNT. CL. 8). 

REG. 5-21-1907. 
64.130. TESTED XX.. U.S. CL. 23. ONT. CL. 8). REG. 

7-23-1907. 
65.005. DELUGE (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 35. (INT. CL. 17). 

REG. 9-3-1907. 

65.422. GOODRICH (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 38. (INT. CL. 

12). REG. 9-24-1907. 
165.644. CLARK (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 19. (INT. CL. 12). 

REG. 3-13-1923. 
221.128 SIZE-MATIC (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 23. QNT CL. 

7). REG. 11-23-1926. 
226.700. SNOW-FIGHTER. U.S. CL. 19. (INT. CL. 12). 

REG. 4-19-1927. 

227.298. WOMEN'S WEAR DAILY (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 

38. (INT. CL. 16). REG. 5-3-1927. 
228,676. GOLDEN FEATHER (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 46. 

(INT. CL. 29). REG. 6-7-1927. 
229,911. ACME (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 13. GNT. CL. 6). 

REG. 7-12-1927. 
230,109. WALTHAM (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 37. (INT. CL. 

16). REG. 7-12-1927. 
230.757. JOHNSON'S. U.S. CL. 16. (INT. CL. 2). REG. 

8-2-1927. 
230,783. BADGER AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 23. (INT. CL. 

7). REG. 8-2-1927. 
230,948. MARDI GRAS. U.S. CL. 37. (INT. CL. 16). REG. 

8-9-1927. 

231,714. ETNA. U.S. CL. 15. QNT. CL. 4). REG. 8-23-1927. 
232,223. FASTUSOL. U.S. CL. 6. (Ihit. CL. 2). REG. 

9-6-1927. 
232,330. POLYCHROMOS (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 37. (INT. 

CL. 16). REG. 9-6-1927. 

233.600. BLOODHOUND. U.S. CL. 17. (INT. CL. 34). REG. 

10-4-1927. 

233.601. BUGLER. U.S. CL. 17. ONT. CL. 34). REG. 

10-4-1927. 
233.605. KITE. U.S. CL. 17. (ItfT. CL. 34). REG. 10-4-1927. 
233.623. TUBE ROSE AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 17. (INT. 

CL. 34). REG. 10-4-1927. 
234.535. OLD NORTH STATE AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 17. 

(INT. CL. 34). REG. 11-1-1927. 
235.034. BOND (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 19. GNT. CL. 12). 

REG. 11-8-1927. 
425.657. SHAKE-HANDS U.S. CL. 51. GNT. CL. 3). REG. 

11-26-1946. 
427.851. DEOXO. U.S. CL. 26. QKT. CL. 9). REG. 

2-25-1947. 
429.337. GARWOOD (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 39. GNT. CL. 

25). REG. 4-29-1947. 
430.272. AMBASSADOR (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 21. (IhJT. 

CL. 9). REG. 6-10-1947. 
430,904. CULLEX. U.S. CL. 6. (INT. CL. 1). REG. 7-1-1947. 
431.494. SYCAMORE AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 39. (INT. 

CL. 25). REG. 7-22-1947. 



431,620. CRUSADER (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 15. (INT. CL. 
4). REG. 7-29-1947. 

431,731. TERRA-LITE (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 10. ONT. CL. 
1). REG. 8-5-1947. 

431,741. HI-WAY AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 26. (INT. CL. 9). 
REG. 8-5-1947. 

432,108. REGUTRON (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 21. (INT. CL. 
9). REG. 8-19-1947. 

432,398. TULOX. U.S. CL. 2. (INT. CL. 21). REG. 9-2-1947. 

433.219. CROWN PRINCE. U.S. CL. 51. (INT. CL. 3). REG. 

9-30-1947. 

433.220. CROWN PRINCESS. U.S. CL. 51. (INT. CL. 3). 

REG. 9-30-1947. 

433.330. HECKLE A JECKLE THE TALKING MAGPIES 
AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 26. (INT. CL. 9). REG. 
10-7-1947. 

433.443. CHIFFON (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. ?1. (INT. CL. 3). 
REG. 10-14-1947. 

433.573. POLYSAN (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 6. (INT. CL. 1). 
REG. 10-21-1947. 

434,154. MELTONIAN. U.S. CL. 4. (INT. CL. 3). REG. 
11-11-1947. 

434,396. MAQUILLAGE (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 51. (INT. 
CL. 3). REG. 11-18-1947. 

434,398. COQUILLAGE (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 51. (INT. 
CL. 3). REG. 11-18-1947. 

434.497. EURAX. U.S. CL. 18. (INT. CL. 5). REG. 
11-18-1947. 

434.777. WECK. U.S. CL. 44. (INT. CL. 10). REG. 
12-9-1947. 

434,952. PLAYGROUND (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 1. (INT. 
CL. 31). REG. 12-9-1947. 

435,135. BEN-GAY (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 18. (INT. CL. 5). 
REG. 12-9-1947. 

435,204. EDUCATOR AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 39. (I?^. 

CL. 25). REG. 12-16-1947. 
435.240. ARTGUM (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 37. (INT. CL. 

16). REG. 12-16-1947. 
435.328. MUNIEMAKER (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 17. (INT. 

CL. 34). REG. 12-16-1947. 

435.564. EKTANON (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 26. (IHT. CL. 
9). REG. 12-30-1947. 

435.904. KELCOSOL. U.S. CL. 46. (INT. CL. 1). REG. 

1-13-1948. 
435,955. SQUIBB ASPIRIN (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 18»(INT. 

CL. 5). REG. 1-20-1948. 
738,564. VERSAMATIC. U.S. CL. 23. (INT. CL. 7). REG. 

10-2-1962. 
813.340. CHENATAL. U.S. CL. U. (INT. CL. 5). REG. 

8-23-1966. 
816.497. MOLYBOND. U.S. CL. 15. (IVIT. CL. 4). REG. 

10-11-1966. 

817.240. OMNI. U.S. CL. 12. (INT. CL. 19). REG. 

10-25-1966. 
817,249. OMNI. U.S. CL. 13. (INT. CL. 6). REG. 10-25-1966. 
820,681. BEAR-LOC. U.S. CL. 23. (INT. CL. 7). REG. 

12-20-1966. 



TM 167 



TM 168 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



824,082. ORCHIDEE. U.S. CL. 39 ONLY. ONT. CL. 25). 
REG. 2-14-1967. 

825,730. ESLON (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 26. (INT. CL. 9). 
REG. 3-l4-l%7. 

826,076. FIRE-TOOTH AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 23. (INT. 
CL. 8). REG. 3-21-1967. 

826,686. KOLTON. U.S. CL. 12. GNT. CL. 19). REG. 
4-4-1967. 

826.793. FUJITSU. U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26 ONLY. (INT. CL. 

9). REG. 4-4-1967. 

826.794. FUJITSU LIMITED. U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26 ONLY. 

(INT. CL. 9). REG. 4-4-1967. 
827,266. SLIM-TRIM. U.S. CL. 46. (INT. CL. 32). REG. 
4-11-1967. 

827,330. HYATT LODGES AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 100. 

ONT. CL. 42). REG. 4-11-1967. 
827,394. HADLEY. U.S. CL. 42. GNT. CL. 24). REG. 

4-11-1967. 

827,502. HELIAX. U.S. CL. 21 ONLY. (INT. CL. 9). REG. 
4-18-1967. 

827,896. BROOKVILLE U.S. CL. 39. (INT. CL. 25). REG. 

4-25- 1%7. 
828,089. HATCOL. U.S. CL. 6. GNT. CL. I). REG. 5-2-*%7. 
828,098. OSMOSE lC-33. U.S. CL. 6. (INT. CL. 2). REG. 

5-2- 1%7. 

828,242. PEEPS AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 39. (INT. CL. 25). 
REG. 5-2-1967. 

828.272. BELL AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 46. (ItTT. CL. 29). 
REG. 5-2-1967. 

828,293. TAKSI. U.S. CL. 46. ONT. CL. 29). REG. 5-2-1967. 

829,133. LET'S (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 39. (INT. CL. 25). 
REG. 5-23-1967. 

829.488. EXMOOR. U.S. CL. 39. (INT. CL. 25). REG. 
5-30-l%7. 

829.524. SPACE. U.S. CL. 42. (INT. CL. 24). REG. 
5-30-1967. 

829,572. DIP-IT. U.S. CL. 52. (INT. CL. 3). REG. 5-30-1967. 
829,756. CV (BLOCK FORM). U.S. CL. 26. (INT. CL. 9). 
REG. 6-6-1967. 

830.230. AQUAMATIC. U.S. CL. 42. (INT. CL. 24). REG. 
6-13-l%7. 

830,272. SUPER-COTE. U.S. CL. 46. (INT. CL. 30). REG. 
6-13-l%7. 

830,337. POWER PLUS. U.S. CL. 52. (INT. CL. 3). REG. 
6-13-l%7. 

830,534. CONCAST U.S. CL. 23. (IhTT. CL. 7). REG. 
6-20-1967. 

83a686. SIDRA ESCANCIAIXJR AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 
46. ONT. CL. 33). REG. 6-20-1967. 

830,918. SUNFLEET. U.S. CL. 15. ONT. CL. 4). REG. 
6-27-1967. 

831.034. SECURI-TEL. U.S. CL. 32. (INT. CL. 20). REG. 
6-27-1967. 

831,065. HISTA FAX (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 37. (INT. CL. 
16). REG. 6-27-l%7. 

831.131. BOWKNOT. U.S. CL. 42. ONT. CL. 24). REG 
6-27-1967. 

83UIZ LYSOL (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 52. (INT. CL. 3). 
REG. 6-27-1967. 

831.221. BLESSED EVENT. U.S. CL. 101. GNT. CL. 35). 

REG. 6-27-1967. 
831.225. GP (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 101. (INT. CL. 35). 

REG. 6-27-l%7. 

831.351. YANKEE (BLOCK FORM). U.S. CL. 19. ONT. CL. 
12). REG. 7-4- 1%7. 

831.391. THM TURBINES-HISPANO-MAREP AND 
DESIGN. U.S. CL. 23. (INT. CL. 7). REG. 
7-4-1967. 

831.406. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. U.S. CL. 23. (INT 

CL. 7). REG. 7-4-1967. 
831.418. RIESCO. U.S. CL. 26. ONT. CL. 9). REG. 7-4-1967. 



831,558. COMBO. U.S. CL. 46. ONT. CL. 30). REG. 
7-4-1967. 

831,647. DALTON. U.S. CL. 17. flNT. CL. 34). REG. 
7-4-l%7. 

831.652. DAY-DATE. U.S. CL. 27. GNT. CL. 14). REG. 
7-4-1967. 

831,673. ROTO-BRITE. U.S. CL. 4. (INT. CL. 3). REG. 
7-ll-l%7. 

831.755. BIRD BRAIN (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 22. (INT. CL. 
28). REG. 7-11-1967. 

831,891. MILROYAL. U.S. CL. 42. ONT. CL. 24). REG. 
7-11-1967. 

831,921 ROYAL COURT. U.S. CL. 46. ONT. CL. 29). REG. 
7-11-1967. 

831.933. THANK YOU (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 46. (INT. CL. 
30). REG. 7-11-1967. 

831,954. OLDE PUB. US. CL. 48. ONT. CL. 32). REG. 
7-11-1967. 

832,017. BAKON PUFFS. U.S. CL. 46. (INT. CL. 29). REG 
7-11-1967. 

832,021. FLAVOR BONE U.S. CL. 46. (INT CL 31). REG. 
7-11-1967. 

832,074. SENTRY. U.S. CL. 13. (INT. CL. 6). REG. 
7-18-1967. 

832,105 SILVER CLOUD. U.S. CL. 19. (INT. CL. 12). REG 
7-18-1967. 

832,159. HI-RANGER EHV SPECIAL AND DESIGN. U.S. 
CL. 23. (INT. CL. 7). REG. 7-18-1967. 

832,220. COLLEGE 'SCOPE. U.S. CL. 38. (INT. CL. 16). 
REG. 7-18-1967. 

832,283. GHIRARDELLI AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 46. (INT. 
CL. 30). REG. 7-18-1967. 

832,312. SILO. U.S. CL. 101. (INT. CL. 42). REG. 7-18-1967. 

832.357. PEN-ZINC. U.S. CL. 6. (INT. CL. 1). REG. 
7-25-1967. 

832,361. E-CORD. U.S. CL. 9. (INT. CL. 13) REG. 

7-25-1967. 

832.420. IBERIA. U.S. CL. 19. (INT. CL. 12). REG. 
7-25-1957. 

832,431. SPEED-TRON. U.S. CL. 21. (INT. CL. 9). REG. 
7-25-1967. 

832,440. CATERPILLAR. U.S. CL. 21. (INT. CL. 9). REG. 
7-25-1967. 

832,513. FRIGOSCANDIA. U.S. CL. 31. (11^. CL. 11). 
REG. 7-25-1967. 

832,544. KEY-MASTER. U.S. CL. 37. (INT. CL. 16). REG. 
7-25-1967. 

832,560. INTERNATIONAL FRANCHISE ASSOCIATION 
IFA AND DESIGN. U.S. CLS. 200 AND 38. 
(INT. CL. 16). REG. 7-25-1967. 

832.615. TAMBELLINI'S. U.S. CL. 46. (INT. CL. 29). REG. 
7-25-1967. 

832,682. GOLD BOND STAMP CO. MINNEAPOLIS CASH 
VALUE 1 MILL GOLD BOND AND 
DESIGN. U.S. CL. 101. (INT. CL. 35). REG. 
7-25-1967. 

832.716. INGRAM AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 105. (INT. CL. 

39). REG. 7-25-1967. 

832.717. INGRAM AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 105. ONT. CL. 

39). REG. 7-25-1967. 

832.787. CELANESE (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 6. (ItfT. CL. 
1). REG. 8-1-1967. 

832.921 TREND. U.S. CL. 36. (INT. CL. 9). REG. 8-1-1967. 

832,928. DOVER. U.S. CL. 36. (INT CL. 9). REG. 8-1-1967. 

832,932. XOGRAPH (BLOCK FORM). U.S. CL. 38. (INT. 
CL. 16). REG. 8-1-1967. 

832,939. FDM. U.S. CL. 38. (INT. CL. 16). REG. 8-1-1967. 

833,054 TAKE NOTICE. U.S. CL. 51. (INT. CL. 3). REG. 
8-1-1967. 



APRIL 5. 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM 169 



833,145. TAICON. U.S. CL 2. ONT CL. 20). REG. 835,202. WRANGLER. U.S. CL. 46. GNT. CL. 31). REG. 



8-8-1967 



9-12-l%7. 



833.203. HANGSTERFER'S S-500. U.S. CL. 15. ONT. CL. 835.245. CREMESTICK. U.S. CL. 51. ONT. CL. 3). REG. 



4). REG. 8-8-1967 



9-12-1967. 



833.207. MURRAYS SCOTCH PLAID AND DESIGN. U.S. 835 364 MIRRnRnni n lie n ia «xrr r-i i;^ bo^ 
CL. 17. (INT. CL. 34). REG. 8-8-1967. ' o ,^ ,1?, "^ ^^ '* ^'^ ^^ '^ ^^ 



9-19-1967. 

835.389. NUMZIDENT. U.S. CL. 18. (INT. CL. 5). REG. 
9-19-1967. 

835,408. Rl AND DESIGN. U.S. CLS. 21, 26 AND 34. aNT 
CLS. 9 AND 11). REG. 9-19-l%7. 

835.447. FLEURETTE. U.S. CL. 23. ONT. CL. 8). REG. 
9-19-1967. 

835,496. SLIDE-TRAC. U.S. CL. 37. (INT. CL. 16). REG. 
9-19-1967. 

835.526. SEA DREAM. U.S. CL. 39. (INT. CL. 25). REG 
9-19-1967. 

835,584. SUSTAIN U.S. CL. 46. (INT. CL. 30). REG 
9-19-1967. 

835,673. ESTIMATICS U.S. CL. 107. (INT. CL. 41). REG. 
9-19-1967. 

833,758. AVECREM. US CL. 46. (INT. CL. 29). REG. 835,717. TIDDYS. U.S. CL. 49. nNT CL 33) REG 

8-15-1967. - 

833,787. BEARD BUSTER. U.S. CL. 51. GNT. CL. 3). REG. 

8-15-1967. 



833,215. NUM-ZIT U.S. CL. 18. (INT. CL. 5). REG. 
8-8-1967. 

833,236 VIBRATONE. U.S. CL. 21. (INT. CL. 9). REG. 
8-8-1967. 

833,329. ME TOO. U.S. CL. 30. (INT. CL. 21). REG. 

8-8-1967. 
833,492. MR. SANI-TERRY AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. A. 

REG. 8-8-1967. 

833,568. DUPACO. U.S. CL. 16. (INT. CL. 2). REG. 

8-15-1967. 
833.575. RILLO. U.S. CL. 17. (INT. CL. 34). REG. 

8-15-1967. 
833,597. MAG (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 21. GNT. CL. 9). 

REG. 8-15-1967. 
833.680. AMY. U.S. CL. 30. (INT. CL. 21). REG. 8-15-1967. 



9-19-1967. 
835,870. FIXTIP. U.S. CL. 23. (INT. CL. 8). REG. 9-26- 1%7. 
836,000. DIPLOMAT. U.S. CL. 41. (INT. CL. 18). REG. 



9-26-1967. 

836,003. CROWN. U.S. CL. 41. (INT. CL. 18). REG. 
9-26-1967. 

836,050. D'AZUR. U.S. CL. 51. (INT. CL. 3). REG. 
9-26-1967. 



833,792. "2001". U.S. CL. 51. (INT. CL. 3). REG. 8-15-1967. 
833,844. REVERSION RESISTANT. U.S. CL. 51. (INT. CL. 
3). REG. 8-15-1967. 

833.971. BALI. U.S. CL. 22. (INT. CL. 28). REG. 8-22-1967. 

833.972. IMPANDER. U.S. CL. 22. (INT. CL. 28). REG. 

8-22-1967. 

833.991. TORQUEMASTER. U.S. CL. 23. (INT. CL. 7). "'•"'^ "^"uJrl ^^^-Zf" ""^ *"'" " ^"^ ^'- '^ 

REG. 8-22-1967. ^^° 9-26-1967. 

833.992. PRODEX. US CL. 23. (INT. CL. 7). REG. "*'^' DELECTABLES. U.S. CL. 39. GNT. CL. 25). REG. 

8-22-1967. 10-3-1967. 

834,046. BAR-TENDER'S BRAND. U.S. CL. 45. GNT. CL. S^*-^*' AIRE FREEZ. U.S. CL. 46. GNT. CL. 30). REG. 

32). REG. 8-22-1967. 10-3-1967. 

834,094 RESTA U.S. CL. 46. GNT CL. 30) REG 836.459. EXECUTIVE. U.S. CL. 101. GNT. CL. 35). REG. 

8-22-1967. 10-3-1967. ' " <» 

834,134. COAST. U.S. CL. 52. GNT. CL. 3). REG. 8-22-1967. 836,475. WINDO-WELL. U.S. CL. 12. GNT. CL. 19). REG. 
834,306. JET. U.S. CL. 23. (INT. CLS. 7 AND 8). REG. 10-3-1967. 

8-29-1967. 836,486. ZIPLOC. U.S. CL. 1. GNT. CL. 6). REG. 

10-10-1967. 



834.325. TORCHON U.S. CL. 28. (INT. CL. 14). REG. 

8-29-1967. 

834.326. ST. MARK. U.S. CL. 28. (INT. CL. 14). REG. 

8-29- 1%7. 

834,327 RIGATO U.S. CL. 28. GNT. CL. )4). REG 

8-29-1967. 
834,330. WEXFORD. U.S. CL. 30. (INT. CL. 21). REG. 

8-29-1967. 
834,494. EGERMANN. U.S. CL. 33. GNT. CL. 21). REG. 

8-29-1967. 

834,498. KAWAI (BLOCK FORM). U.S. CL. 36. GNT. CL. 

15). REG. 8-29-1967. 
834,508. SCOTCH WITH A HISTORY (STYLIZED). U.S. 

CL. 49. (INT. CL. 33). REG. 8-29-1967. 

834.715. SUTTON. U.S. CL. 30. GNT. CL. 21). REG. 

9-5-1967. 
834.717 LLADRO. U.S. CL. 30. (INT. CL. 21) REG *"'°" ^^ (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 21. GNT. CL. 9). REG 

9-5-1967. 10-17-1967. 

834.864. GEORGE M. TIDDYS CANADIAN LIQUEUR "'•'" DUO-CONE. U.S. CL. 35. (INT. CL. 17). REG. 

AND DESIGN. US CL. 49. GNT. CL. 33). 



836,700. EASY-READ. U.S. CL. 26. GNT. CL. 9). REG. 

10-10-1967. 

836,748. GIANT. U.S. CL. 37. GNT. CL. 16). REG. 
10-10-1967. 

836,812. APACHE TRIBAL TRICKLE. U.S. CL. 45. GNT. 
CL. 32). REG. 10-10-1967. 

836,836. TEXTAID. U.S. CL. 46. GNT. CL. 30). REG. 
10-10-1967. 

836.858. FINAL. U.S. CL. 46. GNT. CL. 30). REG. 
10-10-1967. 

836.967. TIGER AIRO. U.S. CL. 12. GNT. CL. 19). REG. 
10-17-1967. 

836.984. BRUNSMET. U.S. CL. 14. (INT. CL. 6). REG. 
10-17-1967. 



REG. 9-5-1967. 

834.880. FOLLOW THROUGH. U.S. CL. 51. GNT. CL. 3). 

REG. 9-5-1967. 

834.881. APPROACH. U.S. CL. 51. (INT. CL. 3). REG. 

9-5- 1%7. 
834.894. ME AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 101. (INT. CL. 35). 
REG. 9-5-1967. 



10-17-1%7. 

837.152. R AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 37. (INT. CL. 16). REG. 

10-17-1967. 

837.153. ANTI-STAT. US CL. 37. (INT. CL. 16). REG. 

10-17-1967. 

837,193. "PRO-BLAZER". U.S. CL. 39. GNT. CL. 25). REG. 
10-17-1967. 

837.296. INA ENTERPRISE. U.S. CL. 102. GNT. CL. 36). 
REG. 10-17-1967. 



835.007. TITAN. U.S. CL. 21. GNT. CL. 9), REG. 9-12-1967. 
835,163. CHATEAU AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 46. GNT. CL. 837.320. ROBATEL (STYLIZED). U.S. CLS. 23 AND 24 
29). REG. 9-12-l%7. GNT. CL. 7). REG. 10-17-1967. 



TM 170 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 5, 1988 



837.373. ACHIEVE. U.S. CL. 4. (ItiT. CL. 3). REG. 
10-24-1967. 

837,449. NU-BRITE. U.S. CL. 16. (INT. CL. 2). REG. 

10-24-1967. 
837,474. SANSUI (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 21. ONT. CL. 9). 

REG. 10-24-l%7. 

837,477. ANOLUME. U.S. CL. 21. (INT. CL. 9). REG. 

10-24-1967. 
837,529. FAXITRON. U.S. CL. 26. (INT. CL. 9). REG. 

10-24-1967. 

837.727. SHOUT. U.S. CL. 4. ONT. CL. 3). REG. 10-31-1%7. 

837.728. BELIEVE. U.S. CL. 4. (INT. CL. 3). REG. 

10-31-1967. 

837.783. ARCO. U.S. CL. 15. flNT. CL. 4). REG. 10-31-1967. 

837.784. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. U.S. CL. 15. (IKT. 

CL. 4). REG. 10-31-1967. 

837.889. CYCLOMATIC (BLOCK FORM). U.S. CL. 23. 

aNT. CL. 7). REG. 10-31-1967. 

837.890. BALEMASTER (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 23. (INT. 

CL. 7). REG. 10-31-1967. 
837,949. BL. U.S. CL. 34. (INT. CL. 11). REG. 10-31-1967. 
837,994. KICK. U.S. CL. 45. (1ST. CL. 32). REG. 

10-31-1967. 
838.020. CAPSUL. U.S. CL. 46. (ItfT. CL. 30). REG. 

10-31-1967. 

838,101. BETTER BLEND SODA. U.S. CL. 6. GNT. CL. 1). 
REG. 10-31-1967. 

838.161. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. U.S. CL. 2. QNT. 
CL. 20). REG. 11-7-1967. 

838,246. CEOPIN. U.S. CL. 18. (INT. CL. 5). REG. 

11-7-1967. 

838,412. CASINO. U.S. CL. 39. (WT. CL. 25). REG. 
11-7-1967. 

838,436. FIELD N' FOREST. U.S. CL. 39. (INT. CL. 25). 

REG. 11-7-1967. 
838,666. UNIMED. U.S. CL. 18. flNT. CL. 5). REG. 

11-14-1967. 

838,799. SLIDE-LAG. U.S. CL. 35. (INT. CL. 7). REG. 
11-14-1967. 

838.908. HY-MARSH. U.S. CL. 46. ONT. CL. 30). REG. 
11-14-1967. 

838.910. FACTOR. U.S. CL. 46. GNT. CL. 30). REG. 
11-14-1967. 

838,913. ABOUND. U.S. CL. 46. (INT. CL. 30). REG. 
11-14-1967. 

838.916. AMPLE. U.S. CL. 46. QNT. CL. 30). REG. 

11-14-1%7. 

838.917. RENEW. U.S. CL. 46. (INT. CL. 30). REG. 

11-14-1967. 

838.918. THRIVE. U.S. CL. 46. ONT. CL. 30). REG. 

11-14-1967. 
839.071. FINALIST. U.S. CL. 22. (INT. CL. 28). REG. 
11-21-1967. 

839.299. MCA MOTOR CLUB AMERICA AND DESIGN. 

U.S. CLS. 101, 102 AND 105. GNT. CLS. 35. 36 

AND 39). REG. 11-21-1967. 
839,356. nSH KRISPS. U.S. CL. 46. (INT. CL. 30). REG. 

11-21-1967. 
839.382. CERTIPAK (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 2. (INT. CL. 

16). REG. 11-28-1967. 

839,433. RAMCO AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 13. (INT. CL. 6). 

REG. 11-28-1967. 
839,441. COSMOPOLITAN. U.S. CL. 13. (INT. CL. 6). REG. 

11-28-1967. 
839,603. OLIDERITER. U.S. CL. 37. QNT. CL. 16). REG. 

ll-28-l%7. 



839.688. TROVADOR. U.S. CL. 47. ONT. CL. 33). REG. 
11-28-1967. 

839.700. WEATHER GUARD. U.S. CL. 51. (INT. CL. 3). 
REG. 11-28-1967. 

839.744. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. U.S. CL. 102. GNT. 
CL. 36). REG. 11-28-1967. 

839.958. OLD ITALIAN. U.S. CL. 28. (INT. CL. 14). REG. 
12-5-1967. 

840.024. IDENTI-CODE. U.S. CL. 38. (INT. CL. 16). REG. 
12-5-1967. 

840.047. REDI-PUFFS. U.S. CL. 39. (INT. CL. 25). REG. 
12-5-1967. 

840.099. U.N.F.-40. U.S. CL. 46. flNT. CL. 31). REG. 
12-5-1967. 

840.168. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. U.S. CL. 52. flNT. 
CL. 3). REG. 12-5-1967. 

840.182. CSI AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 101. (IHT. CL. 42). 
REG. 12-5-1967. 

840.212. PENNSYLVANIA MEDICINE. U.S. CL. 38. (INT. 
CL. 16). REG. 12-5-1967. 

840.261. NO-ORO. U.S. CL. 6. (INT. CL. 5). REG. 
12-12-1%7. 

840.306. ACTI-HLTER. U.S. CL. 17. (INT. CL. 34). REG. 
12-12-1967. 

840.482. SERVOTRONICS, INC. AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 
35. aNT. CL. 17). REG. 12-12-1967. 

840,510 OFFSHORE. U.S. CL. 38. GNT. CL. 16). REG. 
12-12-1967. 

840.533. THE SHOE SHOW INC. AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 
39. (INT. CL. 25). REG. 12-12-1967. 

840,628. KOSE. U.S. CLS. 51 AND 52. (INT. CL. 3). REG. 
12-12-1967. 

840,639. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. U.S. CL. 52. (INT. 

CL. 3). REG. 12-12-1967. 
840,670. SMOKY BITS U.S. CL. 46. ONT. CL. 29). REG. 

12-12-1967. 

840,717. NUGGET (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 6. ONT. CL. 5). 

REG. 12-19-1967. 
840,785. BEN-GAY. U.S. CL. 18. (WT. CL. 5). REG. 

12-19-1967. 

840,787. OSHKOSH. U.S. CL. 19. ONT. CL. 12). REG. 
12-19-1967. 

840,839. GROBTEX. U.S. CL. 23. (INT. CL. 7). REG. 
12-19-1967. 

840,857. LINTTEST. U.S. CL. 26. ONT. CL. 9). REG. 
12-19-1%7. 

840,869. TACH-PAK. U.S. CL. 26. (INT. CL. 9). REG. 
12-19-1967. 

841,401. EZE-PEEL. U.S. CL. 16. (IST. CL. 2). REG. 
12-26-1967. 

841.513. DYNA-BLACK. U.S. CL. 16. (INT. CL. 2). REG. 

1-2-1968. 
841,826. DRI-COAT. U.S. CL. 42. (INT. CL. 24). REG. 

1-2-1968. 
841,923. PITTHANE. U.S. CL. 16. (INT. CL. 2). REG. 

1-9-1968. 

842,243. GUILD OPTICIANS INTERNATIONAL AND 
DESIGN. U.S. CL. 200. REG. 1-9-1968. 

842.514. TIARA. U.S. CL. 40. (INT. CL. 26). REG. 

1-16-1968. 

842,555 POLY-TEX. U.S. CL. 50. ONT. CL. 20). REG. 

1-16-1968. 
842.821. COMITROL AND DESIGN. U.S. CL. 23. ONT. 

CL. 7). REG. 1-23-1968. 
843.223. ADVENTURE ROAD. U.S. CL. 38. flNT. CL. 16). 

REG. 1-30-1968. 



TRADEMARK REGISTRATIONS CANCELED 



The designation "U.S. CI." appearing in this section refers to the U.S. class in effect prior to Sep. 1. 1973 rather than the 
international class which applie s to applications filed on or afler that date. For adoption of international classification see notice 
in the OFFICIAL GAZETTE of Jun. 26, 1973 (911 O.G. TM 210). 



773,094. 
869.533. 
922.977. 

925.997. 
952,300. 

955.851. 

955,857. 

1,091,095. 
1,168,598. 
1,296,169. 

1,313.064. 
1.313,985. 
1,439,585. 

1,447,749. 

1,454,587. 

1.454,589. 



SECTION 7(D) 



TROMAL. U.S. CL. 18. REG. 7-14-1964. 
REACTS. U.S. CL. 101. REG. 5-13-1969. 

CUSTOMPAK (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 102. REG. 
10-26-1971. 

JELLIWOGS. U.S. CL. 46. REG. 12-21-1971. 

AVON PROPOSE. U.S. CLS. 51 AND 52. REG. 

1-30-1973. 
GILBERT H. BROCKMEYER'S NATURAL 

(STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 46. REG. 3-20-1973. 
GILBERT H. BROCKMEYER'S NATURAL AND 

DESIGN. U.S. CL. 46. REG. 3-20-1973. 
CN MARINE. INT. CL. 39. REG. 5-9-1978. 
FIESTA GRANDE. INT. CL. 30. REG. 9-8-1981. 
GIFTS OF THE SPIRIT. INT. CL. 16. REG. 

9-18-1984. 

MAGNATE. INT. CL. 5. REG. 1-8-1985. 

CHARRO'S. INT. CL. 42. REG. 1-8-1985. 

MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL. 42. REG. 
5-12-1987. 

FREAKY STRING (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 28, 
REG. 7-14-1987. 

USX TELECENTERS. INT. CLS. 35, 37, 38 AND 
42. REG. 8-25-1987. 

USX (STYLIZED). INT. CLS. 35, 37, 38 AND 42. 
REG. 8-25-1987. 



1,157.004. 

1.158,409. 
1,159,037. 
1,159,929. 

1,162,472. 
1,162,473. 
1,162,589. 
1,162,590. 

1,162,595. 
1,162,596. 
1,162,599. 
1,162,600. 

1.162,601. 

1,162,602. 
1,162.810. 



SECTIONS 



AMERICAN (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 7. REG. 
6-9-1981. 

WORLD KEY. INT. CL. 39. REG. 6-23-1981. 

FUEL-TRIMMER. INT. CL. II. REG. 6-30-1981. 

COMMODITIES REPORT (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 
16. REG. 7-7-1981. 

SUPER SPINNER. INT. CL. 7. REG. 7-28-1981. 

CAMPORESI. INT. CL. 7. REG. 7-28-1981. 

AIRBUSTER. INT. CL. 9. REG. 7-28-1981. 

THE GELT. INT CLS. 9 AND 28. REG. 

7-28-1981. 
MIRACON. INT. CL. 9. REG. 7-28-1981. 
VE (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 9. REG. 7-28-1981. 
FORMATTER. INT. CL. 9. REG. 7-28-1981. 
MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL. 9. REG. 

7-28-1981. 

MEDI-GYM (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 10. REG. 
7-28-1981. 

SAF-T-SQUEEGE. INT. CL. 10. REG. 7-28-1981. 

LEISURE CLASSIC. INT. CL. 24. REG. 7-28-1981. 



1,162,811. UNIMEDS. INT. CL. 25. REG. 7-28-1981. 
1,162,816. MIXED SINGLES. INT. CL. 25. REG. 7-28-1981 
1,162,818. JUSTEN (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 25. REG 
7-28-1981. 

1.162.820. KID MOVERS. INT. CL. 25. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.162.821. JACOFORM. INT. CL. 25. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.162.825. CAVALLEROS BY HOFHEIMER'S AND 

DESIGN. INT. CL. 25. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.162.826. SWEATER BLIZZARD. INT. CL. 25. REG 

7-28-1981. 

1.162.829. TIGER TOGS. INT. CL. 25. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.162.831. LICO AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 25. REG 

7-28-1981. 

1.162.832. CALECHE. INT. CL. 25. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.162.833. CAVALINNI. INT. CL. 25. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.162.837. MAMBO. INT. CL. 25. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.162.838. SAN FRANCISCO RIDING GEAR AND 

DESIGN. INT. CL. 25. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.162.839. PI (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 25. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.162.840. PAOLO ROSSI. INT. CL. 25. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.162.841. TIC-T AC-TOES (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 25. REG 

7-28-1981. 

1.162.843. HOP 'N SACK. INT. CL. 25. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.162.844. TRINITY. INT. CL. 25. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.162.845. SEA WOLF AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 25. REG 

7-28-1981. 

1.162.847. STUBURT. INT. CL. 25. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.162.848. EBE PLUS AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 25. REG 

7-28-1981. 

1,162,929. CORBETT BREEDERS AND DESIGN. INT. CL 
29. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1,163,060. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL. 37. REG 
7-28-1981. 

1.163.063. THE BRIGHT SIDE AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 37 

REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.163.064. LIFE INSTRUMENTS. INT. CLS. 37 AND 42. 

REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.163.126. THE SUPERTEAMS AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 41. 

REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.163.127. SINGLE FILE. INT. CL. 41. REG. 7-28-1981. 
1,163,129. NATA AND DESIGN. INT. CLS. 41 AND 42 

REG. 7-28-1981. 
1,163,133. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL. 41. REG 
7-28-1981. 

1,163,138. SOPHISTICATED LADIES. INT. CL. 41. REG 
7-28-1981. 

1.163.141. ROCHESTER LANCERS AND DESIGN. INT 

CL. 41. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.163.142. ROCHESTER LANCERS. INT. CL. 41. REG 

7-28-1981. 

1,163,146. METAL CRAFTER. INT. CL. 42. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.163.149. DJ'S BEEF & SPIRITS AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 

42. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.163.150. WATT COUNT. I?^. CL. 42. REG. 7-28-1981. 
1,163,157. OUR GANG (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 42. REG 

7-28-1981. 



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1,163,158. HEAD QUARTERS AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 42. 

REG. 7-28-1981. 
1,163,160. WHAT WE CARE ABOUT MOST IS YOU. INT. 

CL. 42. REG. 7-28-1981. 
1,163,166. OS. INT. CL. 42. REG. 7-28-1981. 
1,163,167 LAWN SERVICE AMERICA. INT. CL. 42. REG. 

7-28-1981 

1.163.168. LAWN SERVICE AMERICA AND DESIGN. INT. 

CL. 42. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.163.169. WIKI WIKI. INT. CL. 42. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.163.170. WIKI WIKI AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 42. REG. 

7-28-1981. 
1,163,173. USA AND DESIGN INT. CL. 42. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.163.175. THE HOSPITALITY PEOPLE AND DESIGN. 

INT. CL. 42. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.163.176. COMFAC. INT. CL. 42. REG. 7-28-1981. 
1,163,178. WE MAKE A BEAUTIFUL BATHROOM EASY. 

INT. CL. 42. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.163.181. PSYCHOMETRICS, INC. AND DESIGN. INT. 

CL 42. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.163.182. HIX BROS AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 42. REG. 

7-28-1981. 

1.163.183. ST. CHARLES HOTEL. INT. CL. 42. REG. 

7-28-1981. 

1.163.184. CORONA. INT CL. 42. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.163.185. NEW THINGS. INT. CL. 42. REG. 7-28-1981. 

1.163.186. CHANNEL ONE VIDEO RECORDINGS AND 

DESIGN. INT. CL. 42. REG- 7-28-1981. 
1,163.188. ANUSHKA (STYLIZED). INT CL. 42. REG. 
7-28-1981. 

1.163.695. WASHINGTON COMMENTS. INT. CL. 16. REG. 

8-4-1981. 

1.163.696. IMAGINE (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 16. REG. 

8-4-1981. 
1,163,699. SNAP PHOTO AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 16. REG. 

8-4-1981. 
1,163,812. THE SWEATER FACTORY. INT. CL. 25. REG. 

8-4-1981. 
1,163,832. ESTRIE (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 25. REG. 

8-4-1981. 
1,163,860. CHAMBREEZE. INT CL. 25. REG. 8-4-1981. 
1,164,096. ATHLETES IN ACTION. INT. CL. 41. REG. 

8-4-1981. 
1.164,751. GAME OF ROCK N' ROLL AND DESIGN. INT. 

CL. 28. REG. 8-11-1981. 

1.164.935. RI AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 37. REG. 8-11-1981. 

1.164.936. PETROFINA. INT. CL. 37. REG. 8-11-1981. 
1,164,939. ASA. INT. CL. 37. REG. 8-11-1981. 

1,164.942. T AND DESIGN INT CL. 38. REG 8-11-1981. 

1.164.944. A WHALE OF A TRUCKLINE AND DESIGN. 

INT. CL. 39. REG. 8-11-1981. 

1.164.945. TRUCKIN- MOVERS (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 39. 

REG. 8-11-1981. 

1.164.946. FLYING (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 39. REG. 

8-11-1981. 

1.164.947. EXECUTIVE FLIGHT PLAN. INT. CL. 39. REG. 

8-11-1981. 

1.164,950. FLYING THE WORLD AT A SLIGHTLY 
HIGHER LEVEL. INT. CL. 39. REG. 
8-11-1981. 

1.164.953. THE LEAVE MACHINE. INT. CL. 39. REG. 

8-11-1981. 

1.164.954. REhJT-A-KLUNKER. INT. CL. 39. REG. 

8-11-1981. 

1.164.955. THE REAL PARK 'N FLY. INT. CL. 39. REG. 

8-11-1981. 
1,164.957. FILM FARM AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 40. REG. 

8-11-1981 
1,164.959. COLORCHROME. INT. CL. 40. REG. 8-11-1981. 
1,164,964. ULTIMA HORA. INT. CL. 41. REG. 8-11-1981. 



1.164.967. ART INC. (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 41. REG. 

8-11-1981. 

1.164.968. PEP PERSONNEL EXERCISE PROGRAMS 

(STYLIZED). INT. CL. 41. REG. 8-11-1981. 
1,164,971. ELECTRIC CIRCUS AND DESIGN. INT. CLS. 41 
AND 42. REG. 8-11-1981. 

1.164.974. DANCE DETROIT. INT. CL. 41. REG. 8-11-1981. 

1.164.975. KOZAK MUSIC AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 41. 

REG. 8-11-1981. 

1.164.976. TRIPLEPLAY. INT. CL. 41. REG. 8-11-1981. 

1.164.978. HEAVEN (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 41. REG. 

8-11-1981. 

1.164.979. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL. 41. REG. 

8-11-1981. 

1.164.980. BAGATELLE PLACE. INT. CL. 41. REG. 

8-11-1981. 

1.164.981. YOU AND THE LAW INT. CL. 41. REG. 

8-11-1981. f 

1.164.982. MEDIA COM (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 41. REG. 

8-11-1981. 

1.164,984. DEBBIE'S. INT. CL. 41. REG. 8-11-1981. 

1,164,986. ORGANIC TIMES AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 41. 
REG. 8-11-1981. 

1.164.988. CELEBRITY CHALLENGE OF THE SEXES 

AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 41. REG. 8-11-1981. 

1.164.989. "FOCUS" ON LIVING. INT. CL. 41. REG. 

8-11-1981. 

1.164.990. LITTLEROCK. INT. CL. 41. REG. 8-11-1981. 

1.164.994. THE ORIGINAL FETISH. I^4T. CL. 41. REG. 

8-11-1981. 

1.164.995. DO WE HAVE TIME TO TALK...?. INT. CL. 41. 

REG. 8-11-1981. 

1.164.996. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL. 41. REG. 

8-11-1981. 
1.166,301. MAXI DISK. INT. CL. 9. REG. 8-25-1981. 
1,166,325 DMEP. INT. CL. 9. REG. 8-25-1981. 
1,166,328. MR (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 9. REG. 8-25-1981. 
1.166,332. REMS AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 9. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.334. MOTIVAID. INT. CL. 9. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.335. FLIK STIK. INT. CL. 9. REG 8-25-1981. 

1.166.339. TYPOWER. INT. CL. 9. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.340. UNISON. INT. CL. 9. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.343. KS. INT. CL. 9. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.344. INFORM ATICOM. INT. CL. 9. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.345. ITEK AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 9. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.346. VISIMAX. INT. CL. 9. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.347. THE ELEVATE AND DESIGN INT. CL. 10. 

REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.348. SONOGRAF. INT. CL. 10. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.349. ITREL AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 10. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.350. UROMATIC. INT.'CL. 10. REG. 8-25-1981. 
1,166,352 CUFF PACER. INT CL. 10. REG. 8-25-1981. 
1,166,354. PRO-MOLD. INT. CL. 10. REG. 8-25-1981. 
1,166,360 PORT A BUFF. INT CL. 10. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.361. MUNEC (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 11. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.362. SOLERA. INT. CL. 11. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.365. KRESNO I LOVE TO KEEP YOU WARM AND 

DESIGN. INT. CL. 11. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.366. WATCH IT POP. INT. CL. 11. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.368. ENERGYMATE. INT. CL. 11. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.369. 360 SOFT SPRAY (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 11. 

REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.370. CHEMILITE. INT. CL. 11. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.371. KOMFORT KOIL. INT. CL. II. REG. 8-25-1981. 
1,166,375. MAGNEPOWER. INT. CL. 11. REG. 8-25-1981. 



APRIL 5, 1988 



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1.166.377. LUFRAN AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 11. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.378. FUZ-WUZ. INT. CL. 11. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.379. GRATRAY. INT. CL. 11. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.380. METALESCENT. INT. CL. 11. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.382. THE EARTH WARM HEARTH. INT. CL. 11. 

REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.383. PN (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 11. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.384. ANTHRAHEAT (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 11. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.385. CARDINAL. INT. CL. 11. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.386. BERKSHIRE. INT. CL. 11. REG. 8-25-1981. 
1,166,387 SAVOR. INT. CL. 11. REG. 8-25-1981. 
1,166,390. POLY PLUS. INT. CL. 11. REG. 8-25-1981. 
1,166,391 EXOTIC. INT. CL. 11. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.394. SQUIRE. INT. CL. 11. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.395. JET-IT-DONE. INT. CL. 11. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.397. PROFIT DROPS ADJUSTABLE AND DESIGN. 

INT CL. 11. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.398. THE FAT-FREE FILTER. INT. CL. 11. REG. 
I 8-25-1981. 

1.166.400. EVAPTRAP. IHT. CL. 11. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.401. DINO. I?^. CL. 11. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1,166,403. SOLAR PACIFIC AND DESIGN. 11^. CL. 11. 
REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.408. SAFLECT. INT. CL. 11. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.409. KT (STYLIZED). INT. CL. U. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.410. BALSALITE. INT. CLS. 12 AND 19. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.411. TRAK 'R TRED. INT. CL. 12. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.412. VACUMATIC STEP. INT. CL. 12. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.415. MARUISHI. INT. CL. 12. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.416. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL. 12. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.417. CHEETAH. INT. CL. 12. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1,166,419. HOLSET INT. CL. 12. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166,423. 2-4-1 INT. CL. 12. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.425. FIRE ARROW (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 12. REG. 
8-25-1981. 

1.166.428. BOOTS. INT. CL. 12. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.429. HARSH. INT. CL. 12. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1,166,433. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL. 12. REG. 
8-25-1981. 

1.166.439. UNI-DUAL. INT. CL. 12. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.440. FINISH LINE. INT. CL 12. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.442. EAGLE AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 12. REG. 
I 8-25-1981. 

1.166.443. OAK VIEW INT. CL. 12. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.444. HOPP TOPP AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 12. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1,166,447. BUTLER. INT. CL. 13. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1,166,449. MINUTEMAN. INT. CL. 14. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1,166,451. TARZAN. INT. CL. 14. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1,166,453. LE LOGAN. INT. CL. 15. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.455. SPELLBINDER (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 15. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.456. BOGEY BABOO. INT. CL. 16. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.457. BOOBIE BABOO. INT. CL. 16. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1,166,459. TRAVELNEWSBOOKS. INT. CL. 16. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.462. RANDOMALFA. INT. CL. 16. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.463. THE OCLA GUIDE. INT. CL. 16. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.464. SINCE 1478 AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 16. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.465. DEW POINT AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 16. REG. 

8-25-1981. 
1,166,467. LEATHERSMITH. INT. CL. 16. REG. 8-25-I98I. 



1.166.471. CA CALENDAR (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 16. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.472. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL. 16. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.594. TENTH WORLD AEROBATIC CHAMPION- 

SHIPS OSHKOSH, WISCONSIN, U.S.A. FAI 80 
AND DESIGN. INT. CLS. 25 AND 41. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.595. JUNIORITE. INT. CL. 25. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.596. CLOUDS AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 25. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.611. FOR MEN IN WHITE. INT. CL. 25. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.612. MSNEY AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 25. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.613. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL. 25. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.617. ROAD HANDLERS. INT. CL. 25. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.618. SWEET P AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 25. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1,166,620. WOODLEIGH. INT. CL. 27. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.622. UNIQUE BERBER. INT. CL. 27. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.623. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL. 27. REG. 

8-25-19E1. 

1.166.626. THE BIRD (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 28. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.627. WAYNE FOUNDATION PEhJTHOUSE. INT. CL. 

28. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.628. JARN AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 28. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.629. 29 AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 28. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.630. MONSTER SSP. INT. CL. 28. REG. 8-25-1981. 
1,166,671. DING-A-LIZARD. INT. CL. 28. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.676. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CLS. 29, 30 

AND 32. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.677. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL. 29. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.678. SELMA PRIDE (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 29. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.679. SOUPS INTERNATIONAL DOUGLAS AND 

DESIGN. INT. CL. 29. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.681. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CLS. 29 AND 

30. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.682. GOTTLIEB'S. INT. CL 29. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.683. GOTTLIEB'S (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 29. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1,166,690. LOTOX. INT. CL. 29. REG. 8-25-I98I. 

1,166,693. ELIZABETH ANN. INT. CL. 30. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.697. LC AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 30. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.698. JUMBOLISHUS (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 30. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.701. HELIX SPICES INT. CL. 30. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.702. VIGO OVEN COATING AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 

30. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.705. FULMAR AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 31. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.706. SCRATCH 'N COVER AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 

31. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.708. GRO-BARK. INT. CL. 31. REG. 8-25-1981. 
1,166,710. STRAWBAN. INT. CL. 31. REG. 8-25-1981. 
1,166,716. LYCKHOLMS. INT. CL. 32. REG. 8-25-1911. 

1,166,722. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL 34. REG. 
8-25-1981. 

1.166.724. THE STRAWBERRY ARCADE SHOPS IN HAR- 

RISTOWN AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 35. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.725. ALLIED AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 35. REG. 

8-25-1981. 



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1,166,726. ELIZABETH RUSSO AND ASSOC.. INT. CL. 35. 

REG. 8-25-1981. 
1,166.731. GRAVURE WESTERN. INT. CL. 35. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.736. ARE YOU COVERED? AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 

35. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.737. DEALER DECK. INT. CL. 35. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.739. CHANNEL 1000. INT. CL. 35. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.740. MARKET BASKET BINGO. INT. CL. 35. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.741. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL. 35. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.745. GTP. INT. CL. 35 REG 8-25-1981 

1.166.746. THE BEST RESEARCH UNDER THE SUN. INT. 

CL. 35. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.747. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL. 35 REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.748. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL. 35. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.749. MPG CAR RENTAL AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 35. 

REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.750. MPG CAR RENTAL. INT. CL. 35. REG. 

8-25-1981. 
1,166,753. CHEX THE INTEREST IS THE EXTRA AND 
DESIGN. INT. CL. 36. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.755. SUN WEST AND DESIGN. INT. CLS. 36 AND 42. 

REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.756. THE EASY READER LOAN (STYLIZED). INT. 

CL. 36. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.757. PCS AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 36. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.760. I. O. ME. ACCOUNT. INT. CL. 36. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.761. SECURITY 24 CARD AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 36. 

REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.762. THE FARM SHOPPING CENTER AND DESIGN. 

INT. CL. 36 REG. 8-25-1981. 
1,166.768. SELECTERM 4. INT. CL. 36. REG. 8-25-1981. 
1.166.774. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL. 36. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.776. CERTIFIED HOME INSPECTION PROGRAM 

AND DESIGN. INT CL. 37. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.777. CERTinED SEALING SYSTEMS (STYLIZED). 

INT. CL. 37. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.783. JESTO. INT. CL. 37. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.784. DL\MOND COAT (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 37. 

REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.785. BUDGET BUG. INT. CL. 37. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.786. TASSO. INT. CL. 37. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.787. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL. 37. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.788. SAM'S AND DESIGN. INT. CLS. 37, 40 AND 42. 

REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.795. CHICKEN WIRE SAY IT WITH FEATHERS 

AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 39. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.796. LA RETAMA AND DESIGN. INT. CLS. 39 AND 

42. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.797. MPG CAR RENTAL. INT. CL. 39. REG. 

8-25-1981. 
1,166.800 PRO-LUSTRE. INT. CL. 40. REG. 8-25-1981. 
1,166,801. KEW. INT. CL. 40. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.804. KING ROCKIT. INT. CL. 41. REG. 8-25-1981. 

1.166.805. HYL. INT. CLS. 41 AND 42. REG. 8-25-1981 

1.166.806. SIRE AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 41. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

1.166.807. ENERGY ENVIRONMENT ECONOMICS 

ETHICS AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 41. REG. 
8-25-1981. 
1,166,(08. LUH THE POSTGRADUATE INSTITUTE FOR 
MEDICAL AND DENTAL EDUCATION 
(STYLIZED). IKT. CL. 41. REG. 8-25-1981. 



1.166.809. 

1.166.810. 
1,166.811. 

1,166.816. 

1.166.817. 

1.166,818. 

1.166.819. 

1,166,820. 
1,166,826. 

1.166.827. 
1,166,830. 
1,166,831. 
1,166,832. 

1.166.833. 

1,166,837. 

1.166,840. 
1.166,842. 

1.166.843. 

1.166,844. 

1,166,846. 

1,166,848. 

1,166,849. 

1.166,850. 
1,166,852. 
1.166,853. 

1.166,854. 
1.166,855. 

1.166.856. 

1,166,857. 
1,166.858. 

1,166.860. 
1,166,863. 

1.166.865. 

1,166,867. 



REG. 



REG. 



INT. 



COURTS ROYAL AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 41. 
REG. 8-25-1981. 

COURTS ROYAL. INT. CL. 41. REG. 8-25-1981. 

MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL. 41. REG. 
8-25-1981. 

BARRE FOR ATHLETES. INT. CL. 41. 
8-25-1981. 

MOVEMENT DYNAMICS. INT. CL. 41. 
8-25-1981. 

MOVEME>n" DYNAMICS FOUNDATION. 
CL. 41. REG. 8-25-1981. 

MOVEMENT CHOIR. INT CL. 41 REG. 
8-25-1981. 

OUTPOURING. INT. CL. 41. REG. 8-25-1981. 
GOLDEN BUFFALOES. INT. CL. 41. REG. 
8-25-1981. 

ROSE. INT. CL. 41. REG. 8-25-1981. 

LIFEGUARD. INT. CL. 42. REG. 8-25-1981. 

AFM/AP. INT. CL. 42. REG. 8-25-1981. 

BETZ WATER AND ENERGY MANAGEMENT 
SYSTEM INT. CL. 42. REG. 8-25-1981. 

THE FASHION ARRIVAL. INT. CL. 42. REG. 

8-25-1981. 

THE MASTER'S DESIGNS, INC. AND DESIGN. 
INT. CL. 42. REG. 8-25-1981. 

GREATE BAY. INT. CL. 42. REG. 8-25-1981. 

BARNEY GOOGLE'S EMPORIUM AND 
DESIGN. INT. CL. 42. REG. 8-25-1981. 

MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL. 42. REG. 
8-25-1981. 

THE ALL TIME GOOD TIME SPATS GOOD 
FOOD AND DRINK PLACE AND DESIGN. 
INT. CL. 42. REG. 8-25-1981. 

HOME ECONOMICS SCHCXJL SERVICE AND 
DESIGN. INT. CL. 42. REG. 8-25-1981. 

RAX. YOU SAID A BUNFUL. (STYLIZED). INT. 
CL. 42. REG. 8-25-1981. 

SOCIETY FOR ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGE- 
MENT. INT. CL. 42. REG. 8-25-1981. 

ALCOTE. INT. CL. 42. REG. 8-25-1981. 

TRILOGY. INT. CL. 42. REG. 8-25-1981. 

REATA RESOURCES. INT. CL. 42. REG. 
8-25-1981. 

RACE READY. INT. CL. 42. REG. 8-25-1981. 

SHEZAN AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 42. REG. 
8-25-1981. 

AMERICAN HORSE COUNCIL AND DESIGN. 

INT. CL. 42. REG. 8-25-1981. 
BILL-TRAC. INT. CL. 42. REG. 8-25-1981. 

THE NASTY HABIT PUB (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 
42. REG. 8-25-1981. 

EATER'S DIGEST. INT. CL. 42. REG. 8-25-1981. 
AGRI-RESOURCES (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 42. 
REG. 8-25-1981. 

THE PACIFIC PLAZA AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 
42. REG. 8-25-1981. 

MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL. 42. REG. 
8-25-1981. 



SECTION 18 



651.888. AfTOREW WILSON (STYLIZED). U.S. CL. 6. 
REG. 9-24-1957. 



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TM 175 



901,722. RUF NECK AND DESIGN. U.S. CLS. 19 AND 23. 

REG. 11-3-1970. 
907,307. ZAPATA. U.S. CL. 100. REG. 2-2-1971. 
1,017.507. SNACS.R.US. AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 2. REG. 

8-5-1975. 
1,027,397. PM (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 25. REG. 12-16-1975. 
1.149,912. XANADU. INT. CL. 25. REG. 3-31-1981. 
1,150,448. BOOKTIQUE. INT. CL. 20. REG. 4-7-1981. 
1,158.388. BECKETT AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 37. REG. 

6-23-1981. 
1,178,709. BECKETT. INT. CL. 37. REG. 11-17-1981. 
1,191,848. CARNIVAL TRAVEL CLUB. INT. CL. 39. REG. 

3-9-1982. 
1,193,925. MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN. INT. CL. 11. REG. 

4-20-1982. 
1,243,777. MINI-PONG (BLOCK FORM). INT. CL. 28. REG. 

6-28-1983. 
1,258,236. PALMA CHRISTI. INT. CL. 5. REG. 11-22-1983. 
1,262,036. SALSA SALSA (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 42. REG. 

12-20-1983. 
1,284,510. PARDNER. INT. CL. 31. REG. 7-3-1984. 
1,307,597. CRAYON. INT. CLS. 3 AND 28. REG. 12-4-1984. 
1,312,334. COVERIB. INT. CL. 19. REG. 1-1-1985. 
1,322,993. SYNAPSE COMPUTER CORPORATION. INT. 

CL. 9. REG. 3-5-1985. 



1,323,664. SMART AND DESIGN. INT. CL. 36. REG. 
3-5-1985. 

1,329.279. SYNAPSE. INT. CL. 9. REG. 4-9-1985. 

1,347,415. FLOSSY. INT. CL. 9. REG. 7-9-1985. 

1,359,919. CENTRAL STATES. INT. CL. 39. REG. 9-10-1985. 

1,365,366. ICE MAID. INT. CL. 9. REG. 10-15-1985. 

1,367,505. RED MAX. INT. CL. 12. REG. 10-29-1985. 

1,370,718. KLEEN PRINT (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 16. REG. 

11-12-1985. 

1,372,174. CHARME (STYLIZED). INT. CL. 7. REG. 
11-26-1985. 



1,416,000. PRO'PAL. INT. CLS. 25 AND 28. REG. 11- 



-1986. 



INADVERTENTLY ISSUED REGISTRATION 
NUMBERS 



1,451,288. CENTURY PACIFIC PROPERTIES. INT. CL. 36. 
REG. 8-4-1987. RESTORED TO SN 618,154. 



REGISTRATIONS PUBLISHED UNDER SEC. 

12(c) 

The following marks registered under the act of 1905, or the act of 1881, are published under the provisions of section 
12(c) of the Trademark Act of 1946. These registrations are not subject to opposition but are subject to cancellation under 
section 14 of the act of 1946. 

The designation "U.S. CI." appearing in this section refers to the U.S. class in effect prior to Sep. I, 1973 rather than the 
international class which applies to applications filed on or nfter that date. For adoption of international classification see notice 
in the OFFICIAL GAZETTE of Jun. 26, 1973 (911 O.G, TM 210). 

CLASS 18— MEDICINES AND 
PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS 

430.216. 6-10-1947 FORT DODGE LABORATORIES, 
INC., FORT EXJDGE, lA. PUB. BY AMERICAN HOME 
PRODUCTS CORPORATION, NEW YORK, NY. 

CLOVITE. 

FOR VITAMIN SUPPLEMENT FOR VETERINARY USE. 
(INT. CL. 5) 



TM 176 



INDEX OF REGISTRANTS 

APRIL 5, 1988 

(Registered; Renewed; Canceled; Amended, Corrected, etc.; New Certificates; 12c Publications.) 

The designation "U.S. CI." appearing in this section refers to the U.S. class in effect prior to Sep. I, 1973 rather than the 
international class which applies to applications filed on or after that date. For adoption of international classification see notice 
in the OFFICIAL GAZETTE of Jun. 26. 1973 (911 O.G. TM 210). 



TOTES", INCORPORATED, LOVELAND, OH: 

1,483,269, PUB. I-I2-I988. INT. CL. II. 
"SAN FRANCISCO RIDING GEAR", HAZLEHURST, MS: 

1,162,838, CANC. INT. CL. 25. 
A. F. INTERNATIONAL TRADE CO.. INC., HONOLULU. 

I »' 

1,483,246, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 10. 

A M. AXELROD & SON, INC., PATERSON, NJ: 
1,166,682, CANC. INT. CL. 29. 
I 1.166,683. CANC. INT. CL. 29. 

A/S JAC. ENGELBREDT, VORDINGBORG, DENMARK: 

1,162,821, CANC. INT. CL. 25. 
A/S TASSO ODENSE, ODENSE S, DENMARK: 

1,166,786, CANC. INT. CL. 37. 
AARON RENTS, INC., ATLANTA, GA: 

1,483,903, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
AARONSON, KATHLEEN, LOS ANGELES, CA: 

1,483,392, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
I CLS. 16, 35, 41 AND 42. 

ACCO FEEDS, INC., ABILENE, TX, ANDERSON, CLAY- 
TON & CO., HOUSTON, TX: 

835,202. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 31). 
ACCUFLEX INDUSTRIAL HOSE. INC., GUELPH. ON- 
TARIO. CANADA FROM MAJESTIC, MODERN HOSE 
INC., GUELPH, ONTARIO, CANADA: 
1,483,422, PUB. I-I2-I988. INT. CL. 17. 
ACCUGRAPH CORPORATION, DON MILLS, ONTARIO, 
CANADA: 

1,483,165, PUB. 8-11-1987. INT. CL. 9. 
ACME SPONGE & CHAMOIS CO.. INC., TARPON 
SPRINGS, FL: 
I 1,483,447, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 18. 

ACORN BUILDING COMPONENTS INC., DETROIT, MI: 

1,483,461, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 19. 
ACOUSTICS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, ST. 
JOSEPH, MO, ACOUSTICS DEVELOPMENT CORPORA- 
TION, NORTHBROOK, IL: 

831,034. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 32 (INT. CL. 20). 
ACR ELECTRONICS, INC., FORT LAUDERDALE, FL. 
BATTERY CORPORATION OF AMERICA, FORT LAU- 
DERDALE, FL: 
833,597. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 21 GNT. CL. 9). 
ACTION INDUSTRIES, INC., CHESWICK, PA: 

1,483,349, PUB. 6-24-1986. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 15 AND 21. 
ACUMULADORES MEXICANOS, S.A. DE C.V., MON- 
TERRY, NUEVO LEON, MEXICO: 
1,483,184, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
ADDISON MANUFACTURING, INCORPORATED, CIM- 
ARRON, KS: 

1,166,369, CANC. INT. CL. 11. 
ADDITIONS TO INCOME MANAGEMENT, INC., WEST- 
LAKE VILLAGE, CA: 

1,166,784, CANC. INT. CL. 37. 
ADELL, ROBERT. SUNNYVALE, TX: 
1,483,307, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 12. 



ADVANCED ORAL HEALTHCORP LIMITED, VANCOU- 
VER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA: 
1,482,913, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 

ADVANCED POLYMER SYSTEMS, INC., REDWOOD 
CITY, CA: 

1,482,877, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 1. 

ADVANCED PRODUCTS AND TECHNOLOGIES, INC.. 
REDMOND, WA: 

1,483.078. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL 7. 

ADVERTISING AND MARKETING DEVELOPMENT, 
INC., NASHVILLE, TN FROM DEALER ADVERTISING 
DEVELOPMENT, INC., NASHVILLE, TN, D.A.D., INC.: 
1,483,764, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 35. 

AETNA CASUALTY AND SURETY COMPANY, THE, 
HARTFORD, CT: 
922,977, CANC. U.S. CL. 102. 

AFSA, GEORGETTE. REDONDO BEACH, CA. DBA POR- 
CEANAIL: 

1.482.909, PUB. 4-8-1986. INT. CL. 3. 

AGF MANUFACTURING, INC., WEST CHESTER, PA: 
1.483,038. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 6. 

AGRICULTURAL POLYMERS LIMITED. GLOUCESTER. 
ENGLAND: 

1.482,885, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 1. 
AIELLO, GIUSEPPE, COLOGNO MONZESE, MILAN, 
ITALY, DBA NAUTICA AIELLO DI GIUSEPPE 
AIELLO: 

1,483.308, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 12. 
AIRWAY INDUSTRIES, INC., ELLWOOD CITY, PA: 

1,483,453, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 18. 
AIRWICK INDUSTRIES, INC., CARLSTADT, NJ: 
1,483,013, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 

AKTIEBOLAGET PRIPPS BRYGGERIER, BROMMA, 
SWEDEN: 

1,166,716, CANC. INT. CL. 32. 

AKTIESELSKABET LAUR. KNUDSEN NORDISK ELE- 
TRICITETS SELSKAB, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK: 
1,166,339, CANC. INT. CL. 9. 

AKZONA INCORPORATED, ASHEVILLE, NC: 

1.166,383, CANC. INT. CL. II. 
ALBERTO BASSAN LTD., NEW YORK, NY: 

1,483.623, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
ALBERTO-CULVER COMPANY, MELROSE PARK, IL: 

833,844. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 51 (INT. CL. 3). 

ALBION GROUP LIMITED, THE, HAMPTON. MIDDLE- 
SEX. ENGLAND: 

1,482,927, PUB. 9-8-1987. INT. CL. 3. 

ALCO FOODSERVICE EQUIPMENT COMPANY, NEP- 
TUNE, NJ, AKA SAVORY EQUIPMENT CO.: 
1,166.387. CANC. INT. CL. 11. 
ALDUS CORPORATION, SEATTLE, WA: 

1.483.149, PUB. I-I2-I988. INT. CL. 9. 

1.483.150, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 



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ALEXANDER MONEY. INC., LOS ANGELES, CA: 

1,166,612. CANC. INT. CL. 25. 
ALL AMERICAN HERO, INC.. FT. LAUDERDALE FL; 

1,483,926. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
ALL STATE BUS CORPORATION. BROOKLYN, NY: 

1.191.848. CANC INT. CL. 39. 

ALLIED HARDWARE SERVICES. INC., CHICAGO, IL: 

1.166,725, CANC. INT. CL. 35. 
ALLIED STORES CORPORATION, NEW YORK, NY, DBA 
THE BON MARCHE, DBA DEY BROTHERS * COMPA- 
NY AND DBA QUACKENBUSH COMPANY: 
430,272. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 21 (\NT. CL. 9). 
ALLTRADE, INC., CITY OF COMMERCE CA: 

1,483,500, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 21. 
ALPHA-M, INC., MINNEAPOLIS, MN: 

1,483.445, PUB 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 18 AND 41 
ALTO ENTERPRISES, INC., FREDERICK. MD: 

1.483.597. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 

ALUMINUM COMPANY OF AMERICA. PITTSBURGH. 
PA: 

1.482.897, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. I. 

1.482.898, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 1. 

1.482.899, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 1. 

ALVE, ANNETTE. BROOKLYN. NY: 

1.483.598, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
AMCOR INDUSTRIES, INC.. VERNON. CA: 

1,483.315, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 12. 

AMERICAN BROACH A MACHINE COMPANY, ANN 
ARBOR. MI: 

1.157.004. CANC. INT. CL. 7. 

AMERICAN CONCRETE INSTITUTE DETROIT. MI: 

1.483.364, PUB 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 16 AND 41 

1.483.403, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 

1.483.404, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 

AMERICAN CONTINEfJTAL PROPERTIES INC.. NEW 
YORK. NY: 

1,483.787, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 36. 

AMERICAN CYANAMID COMPANY. WAYNE NJ: 
1.482.895. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 1. 

AMERICAN DAIRY QUEEN CORPORATION, MINNE- 
APOLIS, MN: 

1,483,946. INT. CL. 30. 

AMERICAN DIAGNOSTIC SALES, INC.. WESTPORT, CT: 
1.482,995. PUB. 11-24-1987. INT. CL. 5. 
1,483.009, PUB. 11-24-1987. INT. CL. 5. 

AMERICAN DRY CLEANERS INTERNATIONAL. INC.. 
BOULDER. CO: 

1.483.813. PUB. 1-12-1988, INT. CL. 37. 

AMERICAN HOME PRODUCTS CORPORATION. NEW 
YORK, NY. FORT DODGE LABORATORIES. INC.. 
FORT DODGE, lA: 
430,216, 12(C) PUB. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 18. 
AMERICAN HOME PROTECTION ASSOCIATION, INC., 
SULLIVAN, IL: 

1,166.830. CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
AMERICAN HORSE COUNCIL. INC.. WASHINGTON. DC: 

1,166,856, CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL GROUP. INC.. NEW 
YORK, NY: 

1,483.801. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 36. 
AMERICAN MANAGEMENT ASSOCUTIONS. NEW 
YORK. NY: 

1.166.849. CANC. INT. CL. 42. 

AMERICAN PETROFINA, INCORPORATED, DALLAS, 
TX: 

1. 164.936. CANC. INT. CL. 37. 



AMERICAN SAFETY RAZOR COMPANY. STAUNTON. 
VA, KAMPFE BRO'S.. NEW YORK, NY: 
62,752. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 23 (INT. CL. 8). 

AMERICAN SAW & MFG. COMPANY, EAST LONG- 
MEADOW, MA: 

1.482.980. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 4. 

AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPA- 
NY, NEW YORK, NY: 

1,483,228, PUB 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 9. 

AMERITECH COMMUNICATIONS, INC., HUNTINGTON 
BEACH, CA: 

1,483.156, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
AMEROCK CORPORATION, ROCKFORD. IL: 

1.483.044. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 6. 

AMES. JOHN H.. BOTHELL, WA, DBA AMES INDUS- 
TRIES: 

1,483,945. INT. CL. 28. 
AMESBURY INDUSTRIES, INC, AMESBURY, MA: 

1.483,438, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 17. 
AMIGO SALES, INC., BRIDGEPORT, MI: 

1,166,428, CANC. INT. CL. 12. 
AMITY LEATHER PRODUCTS CO., WEST BEND, WI: 

1,483,314, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 12. 

AMOCO OIL COMPANY, CHICAGO, IL, AMERICAN OIL 
COMPANY, THE, CHICAGO, IL: 
843,223. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL 38 (INT. CL. 16). 
AMP INCORPORATED, HARRISBURG. PA: 

1,483.123, PUB. 1-12-1988. 11^. CL 9. 

AMPHIBIOUS WARFARE PUBLISHING CORPORATION, 
ALEXANDRIA, VA: 

1,483,358, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
AMTOY. INC. CLEVELAND, OH: 

1,483,666, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 

ANCHOR HOCKING CORPORATION, LANCASTER, OH, 
SHENANGO CERAMICS, INC., NEW CASTLE PA: 

833.329. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 30 (INT. CL. 21). 
833,680. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 30 (INT. CL. 21). 

834.330. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 30 (INT. CL. 21). 
834,715. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 30 (INT. CL. 21). 

ANCHOR STONE COMPANY, NEW YORK, NY: 

1,483.641. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
ANDCO INCORPORATED. BUFFALO, NY: 

1,166,787, CANC INT. CL. 37. 
ANDIS COMPANY, RACINE, WI: 

1,483,132. PUB. 10-27-1987. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 9 AND 11. 
ANDREW CORPORATION, ORLAND PARK. IL: 

827,502. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 21 (INT. CL. 9). 
ANDREW WILSON, INC., SPRINGFIELD, NJ: 

651,888, CANC. U.S. CL. 6. 
ANOUSKA HEMPEL LIMITED, LONDON. ENGLAND: 

1,482,951, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 3, 14 AND 25. 
ANUSHKA INC., NEW YORK, NY: 

1,163,188, CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
APOLLO ELECTRONICS LIMITED, ETOBICOKE, ON- 
TARIO, CANADA, TA DORCHESTER ELECTRONICS: 

1.483,116, PUB. 1-I2-I988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 9 AND 16. 
APPAREL GROUP, INC., THE NORTH MIAMI. FL; 

1.483,541. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
APPLE PICKER, INC., MESA, AZ: 

1,162,602, CANC. INT. CL. 10. 

APPLIED RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY. INC.. ROCHES- 
TER, NY: 

1,483,226, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
AFRICA KASSAI KABUSHIKI KAISHA, OSAKA, JAPAN: 

1,483,306, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 12. 



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AQUAFINE CORPORATION, VALENCL\, CA: 

1,483,274. PUB. 10-20-1987. INT. CL. 11. 
AQUALONA PRODUCTS LIMITED, LONDON, ENG- 
LAND: 

1,483,516, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 24. 
AQUILA DISTRIBUTORS, INC., NEW YORK, NY: 

1,483,802, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 36. 
ARDCO. INC. CHICAGO, IL: 

1,483,291, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. U. 
ARDEN-MAYFAIR, INC., LOS ANGELES, CA, THE GIL- 
BERT H. BROCKMEYER ICE CREAM COMPANY TO 
GILBERT H. BROCKMEYER ICE CREAM COMPANY. 
SOUTH LAGUNA, CA: 
955,851, CANC. U.S. CL. 46. 
ARDEN-MAYFAIR, INC., LOS ANGELES, CA. THE GIL- 
BERT H BROCK MEYER ICE CREAM COMPANY TO 
GILBERT H, BROCKMEYER ICE CREAM COMPANY. 
SOUTH LAGUNA, CA: 
955,857, CANC. U.S. CL. 46. 
AREA COMPUTER SERVICES, INC., LARGO. FL: 

1,483,114. PUB. 10-22-1985. INT. CL. 9. 
ARIEL VINEYARDS. INC. SAN JOSE CA: 

1.483,748. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 32. 
ARIZONA FEEDS. TUCSON. AZ: 
1,284.510, CANC INT. CL. 31. 
ARK MANUFACTURING CO., INC., LOS ANGELES, CA: 

1,483,611, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
ARKWRIGHT INCORPORATED, FISKEVILLE, RI, 
ARKWRIGHT-INTERLAKEN INC., FISKEVILLE, RI: 
837,153. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 37 (INT. CL. 16). 
ARKWRIGHT INCORPORATED, FISKEVILLE RI: 

1,483,408, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
ARONSON, SETH, TENAFLY, NJ: 

1.483.554, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
ART INC., MONTGOMERY, AL: 
1,164,967, CANC. INT. CL. 41. 
ASA SERVICE AGREEMENTS, INC., ANAHEIM, CA: 

1,164,939, CANC. INT. CL. 37. 
ASHLAND OIL. INC.. RUSSELL, KY: 

1,482,873, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 1. 
ASHLAND OIL, INC., ASHLAND, KY: 

1,483,711, PUB. 10-6-1987. INT. CL. 30. 
ASICS CORPORATION, KOBE CITY, HYOGO PREFEC- 
TURE, JAPAN: 

1,483,536, PUB, 10-27-1987. INT. CL. 25. 
ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTING MACHINERY, NEW 
YORK, NY: 

1,483,838, PUB, 1-12-1988. INT, CL. 41. 
AST RESEARCH, INC., IRVINE CA: 

1,483,170, PUB. 9-15-1987. INT. CL. 9. 
ATLANTIC COMMUNICATIONS, INC., WINTER 
SPRINGS, FL: 

1,483,908, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
ATLANTIC NATIONAL ACQUISITIONS AND MERGERS, 
INC, ROSELAND, NJ: 

1,483,795, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 36. 
ATLANTIC RICHFIELD COMPANY, LOS ANGELES, CA, 
ATLANTIC RICHFIELD COMPANY, PHILADELPHIA, 
PA: 

837.783. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 15 (ItfT. CL. 4). 

837.784. REN, 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 15 (INT. CL. 4). 
ATLANTIC RICHFIELD COMPANY, LOS ANGELES, CA: 

1,483.747. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 32. 
ATLANTIC SKATES. INC., OCEAN CITY, MD: 

1,483,673, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL, 28, 
ATTWOOD CORPORATION, LOWELL, MI: 

1,483,040, PUB, 1-12-1988, MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 6 AND 11. 
AUNT NELLIE'S FARM KITCHENS. INC. CLYMAN. WI. 
OLIVE PRODUCTS COMPANY, OROVILLE CA: 
228.676. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 29). 



AUSTRIA METALL AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT. WIEN. 
AUSTRIA: 

1.483.029, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 6 AND 28. 

AVALON HILL GAME COMPANY, THE BALTIMORE 
MD: 

1,483,633, PUB. 6-30-1987. INT. CL. 28. 
AVERY; RICHARD D., POMPANO BEACH, FL: 

1,166,366, CANC. INT. CL, 11, 
AVON PRODUCTS, INC., NEW YORK, NY: 

952,300, CANC. MULTIPLE CLASS, U.S. CLS. 51 AND 
52. 

1,482,941, PUB. 10-20-1987. INT. CL. 3. 
AWA COMPUTERS, LTD., WYNNEWOOD, PA: 

1,483,219, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9, 
B, WALTER & CO., INC., WABASH, IN: 

1,483,042, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 6. 

B.C. CLEAN WOOD PRESERVERS LTD,, SURREY, BRIT- 
ISH COLUMBIA, CANADA: 

1,483,052, PUB, 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 

B.F. GOODRICH COMPANY, THE, AKRON, OH, B. F. 
GOODRICH COMPANY, THE, AKRON, OH: 
65,422. REN. 4-5-1988. US. CL, 38 QNT. CL, 12). 

B.H., S.A., VITORIA, SPAIN, BEISTEGUI HERMANOS, 
SA., VITORIA, SPAIN: 
832,420. REN. 4-5-1988 U.S. CL. 19 (INT. CL. 12). 

BABCOCK & WILCOX COMPANY, THE NEW ORLEANS, 
LA: 

1.483.207, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
BADGER METER, INC. MILWAUKEE. WI, BADGER 
METER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, MILWAUKEE 
WI: 

836,700. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 26 flNT. CL. 9). 

BAEDEKERS AUTOFUHRERVERLAG GMBH, OSTHL- 
DERN (KENMAT), FED REP GERMANY: 

1.483.352, PUB. 3-6-1984. INT. CL. 16. 
BAKER'S LOAF, INC., FARMINGTON HILLS, MI: 

1,483,715, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT, CL. 30. 

BAKON PRODUCTS, INC., ADDISON, IL. R. J. REYN- 
OLDS FOODS INC., NEW YORK, NY: 
832,017. REN. 4-5-1988, US, CL, 46 (INT. CL. 29). 
BALI COMPANY, WINSTON-SALEM, NC: 
1,483,543, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 

BALI-OLYMPIC-GERATE G.M.B.H., SONTHOFEN/ 
ALLGAU, FED REP GERMANY: 

833.971. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 22 (INT. CL. 28). 

833.972. REN. 4-5-1988. US. CL. 22 (INT. CL. 28). 
BALTEK CORPORATION, NORTHVALE, NJ: 

1,166,410, CANC. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. CLS. 12 
AND 19. 
BAMBERGER, MARGOT S., LOS ANGELES, NJ AND 
STORCH, VICTOR J., SPRINGFIELD, NJ AND GALLIN, 
JEFFREY K., STAMFORD, CT, STORCH. ADOLPH D.. 
ELIZABETH, NJ: 
835,389. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 18 (INT. CL. 5). 

BANK BUILDING & EQUIPMENT CORPORATION OF 
AMERICA. ST. LOUIS. MO. AKA HEACA ADVERTIS- 
ING: 

1,164,989, CANC. INT. CL. 41. 

BANK STREET COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, NEW YORK, 

NY: 

1,483,158, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9, 
BANNING ENTERPRISES, LTD., BELLMORE, NY: 
1,483,378, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT, CL, 16. 

BANNON, JOHN E., ALEXANDRIA, VA, DBA MAROGER 
MEDIUM: 

1,482,902, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 2. 
BARDES CORPORATION, CINCINNATI. OH: 

1.483.183. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 



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BARNES-HIND. INC., CLEARWATER, FL: 

1,483,215, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
EARNHARDT MANUFACTURING CO., CHARLOTTE. 

NC: 

1,482,937, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 

BARNIDGE, INC., FENTON, MO. AKA AGRI-RE- 
SOURCES: 

1,166,863, CANC. I?^. CL. 42. 
BARRIELLE LTD., GREAT NECK, NY: 
1,482,949, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 
BARRINGTON MANAGEMENT CORPORATION. HAR- 
RINGTON. IL: 

1.163.138. CANC. INT. CL. 41. 
BARRY. LES, HERMCSA BEACH, CA AND TCHAKIR- 
IDES - BARRY, MARY, HERMOSA BEACH. CA: 
1,483,402, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
BASF CORPORATION. WYANDOTTE, MI. GENERAL 
DYESTUFF CORPORATION, NEW YORK. NY: 
232.223. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 6 (INT. CL. 2). 
BAUSCH A LOMB INCORPORATED, ROCHESTER, NY: 

1,162.595, CANC. INT. CL. 9. 
BAUSCH * LOMB INCORPORATED, ROCHESTER, NY 
FROM MURO PHARMACEUTICAL, INC.. TEWKS- 
BURY. MA: 

1.482.989, PUB. 11-24-1987. INT. CL. 5. 

1.482.990, PUB. 12-1-1987. INT. CL. 5. 

BAXTER TRAVENOL LABORATORIES, INC., DEER- 
FIELD, IL: 

1,166,350, CANC. INT. CL. 10. 

1,483.243, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 10. 
BAYER AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT, LEVERKUSEN- 
BAYERWERK. FED REP GERMANY: 

1,482.868. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. I AND 5. 

1.483.007. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 
BAYLINER MARINE CORPORATION, SEATTLE, WA: 

1,482,970. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 4. 
BBC IMPORTS, INC., NEW YORK, NY. AKA BBC: 

1.162.820. CANC. INT. CL. 25. 
BDH LIMITED. POOLE, ENGLAND; 

1.482.886, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 1. 
BEATRICE/HUNT- WESSON, INC., FULLERTON, CA: 

1,483,703, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 29. 
BECHARD, III; GORMAN, WATERBURY, CT: 

1,163.6%, CANC. INT. CL. 16. 
BECKMAN INSTRUMENTS. INC.. PTJLLERTON. CA: 

1,483,126. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
BEECH AIRCRAFT CORPORATION. WICHITA, KS: 

1.164.947. CANC. INT. CL. 39. 
BENJAMIN. DELEANO D.. LAKEVILLE, MN: 

1,483.863, PUB. 12-30-1986. INT. CL. 42. 
BENNETT. GODING A COOPER. INC.. BOSTON. MA: 

841.826. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 42 (INT. CL. 24). 
BENNEWORTH ADVANCED SYSTEMS INC.. ARMDALE, 
NOVA SCOTIA. CANADA: 

1.483.153, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
BETZ LABORATORIES. INC.. TREVOSE. PA: 

1.166,832, CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
BIKE ATHLETIC COMPANY: See— 

NEW BIKE ATHLETIC COMPANY. INC.. 
BILLBOARD PROMOTIONS LIMITED. LONDON. ENG- 
LAND: 

1.483,528. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
BINGO PALACE, INC.. LAS VEGAS, NV, DBA PALACE 
STATION: 

1.483.923. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
BINNS. JAMES L.. OMAHA. NE: 

1.483.796. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 36. 
BIO-DERM LABORATORIES, INC., LONGVIEW, TX: 

1,482,930. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 



BIOGENETICS CORPORATION, IRVINGTON, NJ: 
1,483,901, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 

BIOPRACTIC GROUP, INC., PHILLIPSBURG, NJ: 
1,482,960. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 

BIRMINGHAM TRUST NATIONAL BANK, BIRMING- 
HAM. AL: 

1.166.756. CANC. INT. CL. 36. 
BISON INSTRUMENTS. INC., MINNEAPOLIS, MN: 

1.483,224, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 

BITING S.R.L.. MASI TORELLO, PROVINCE OF FERRA- 
RA, ITALY: 

1,483.619, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
BIVOUAC INDUSTRIES. INC.. VANDALIA. MI: 

1.483.318. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 12. 

BLACK A DECKER (U.S.) INC.. TOWSON. MD. WISCON- 
SIN KNIFE WORKS. INC.. CLINTON. WI: 

230.783. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 23 (INT. CL. 7). 
BLACK & DECKER CORPORATION, THE. TOWSON, MD: 

1,483,286, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. II. 

BLACK MAGIC CHIMNEY SWEEPS INTERNATIONAL, 
INC., STOWE, VT: 

1,483,067, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS 7. 41 AND 42 
BLACK. DENNIS. SAN ANTONIO. TX: 
1,483,843, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 41. 

BLAIREX LABORATORIES, INC.. EVANSVILLE. IN: 
1.482.936, PUB. 9-8-1987. INT. CL. 3. 

BLUE & GOLD. LTD.. ROCHESTER, NY: 

1.163.141, CANC. INT. CL. 41. 

1.163.142. CANC. INT. CL. 41. 

BLUE DIAMOND MEAT CO . PENNS GROVE, NJ: 
1.483.695, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 29 

BLUE ROSE PRODUCTIONS INCORPORATED. NEW 
YORK. NY: 

1,166.827, CANC. INT. CL. 41. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ALA- 
BAMA. THE. UNIVERSITY. AL: 

1.483.027. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 6, 12, 14. 16. 18. 20, 21. 24. 25. 26. 34 AND 41. 
1.483.351, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, 11^. 
CLS. 16,21, 24, 25 AND 41 

BOBO A CO., BOULDER, CO: 

1,483.624. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT, CL. 26. 
BOBTRON INTERNATIONAL. INC.. LOS ANGELES, CA: 

1.483,341, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 14 
BOC GROUP, INC., THE. MONTVALE. NJ: 

1,482.881. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. I. 

BONAT. INC., WEST PATERSON, NJ, SAMUEL BONAT A 
BRO., INC., WEST PATERSON, NJ: 

833.054. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 51 (INT. CL. 3). 

BOND FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY. MAN- 
HEIM. PA: 
235.034. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 19 (INT. CL. 12). 

BOOTS-CELLTECH DIAGNOSTICS LIMITED. SLOUGH. 
BERKS. ENGLAND: 
1.482.864. PUB. 12-1-1987. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 1 AND 9. 

BOYLE-MIDWAY HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS, INC., NEW 
YORK, NY: 

1,483.023, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 
BOZO. INC.. GREENBELT. MD: 

1.164.994. CANC. INT. CL. 41. 
BRADY ENTERPRISES, INC., EAST WEYMOUTH, MA: 

834,046. REN 4-5-1988 US CL. 45 (INT CL. 32). 
BRAVE INDUSTRIES, INC., ANNAWAN, IL: 

1,483.068. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 7. 8 AND 12. 



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BRIDGESTONE CORPORATION. TOKYO. JAPAN: 

1.483,667, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
BRIGHT SIDE, INC., THE, HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC: 

1,163.063. CANC. INT. CL. 37. 

BRITBO HOLDING AG. TRIENGEN/LUZERN, SWITZER- 
LAND: 

1,483.100. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 8, 20 AND 21. 
BRITISH PASSAGE, INC., HOUSTON, TX: 

1,483,887, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
BRITISH PETROLEUM COMPANY P.L.C., THE, 
LONDON, ENGLAND: 

1,482,998, PUB 5-19-1987. INT. CL. 5 
BROCKMAN MANUFACTURING COMPANY, INC., LA 
SALLE, IL: 

1,483.657, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
BRODAR; ERIC R.. GREAT NECK, NY: 

1,162,848, CANC. INT. CL. 25. 
BRODERBUND SOFTWARE, INC., SAN RAFAEL, CA: 

1,483,655, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
BRODY, NORMA, SIMI VALLEY, CA: 

1,483,774, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
I CLS. 35 AND 42. 
BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY COMPANY, LIMITED, 
THE, MELBOURNE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA: 
1,482,969, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 4. 
BRONNER, MICHAEL E., BOSTON, MA AND KAUFMAN, 
JEFFREY A.. BOSTON. MA: 

1.483.396. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 

BROOKLYN UNION GAS COMPANY, THE, BROOKLYN, 

NY: 

1.483.436, PUB. I-12-I988. INT. CL. 17. 
BROWN A WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORPORATION, 

LOUISVILLE, KY: 

233.600. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 17 (INT CL. 34). 

233.601. REN 4-5-1988 U.S. CL. 17 (INT. CL. 34). 

233,605. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 17 (INT. CL. 34). 

233,623. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 17 (INT. CL. 34). 

234,535. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 17 (INT. CL. 34). 

831,647. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 17 (INT. CL. 34). 

BROWN MANUFACTURING CORPORATION, OZARK, 
AL: 

1,483,096, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 
BROWN-FORMAN CORPORATION, LOUISVILLE, KY 
FROM CALIFORNIA COOLER, INC., STOCKTON, CA: 

1,483.752, PUB. 9-22-1987. INT. CL. 33. 
BROWN. STEVEN R.. MADISON. WI: 

1.483.580. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT, CL. 25. 
BRUCE FOODS CORPORATION. NEW IBERIA. LA: 

1.483.740. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 
BRUNSWICK CORPORATION. SKOKIE, IL: 

836.984. REN 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 14 (INT CL. 6). 
BRYANT GRINDER CORPORATION, SPRINGFIELD, VT: 

1,483,082, PUB. 1-12-1988. I?MT. CL. 7. 
BRYAffT, JOAN, FT. LAUDERDALE, FL: 

1,483,366, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
BUCCELLATI SILVER, LTD.. NEW YORK. NY. BUCCEL- 
LATI SILVER, LTD., NEW YORK, NY: 

834.325. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 28 (INT CL. 14). 

834.326. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL 28 (INT. CL. 14). 

834.327. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 28 (INT. CL. 14). 
839.958. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 28 (INT. CL. 14). 

BUELL MOTOR COMPANY. INC.. MUKWONAGO, WI: 

1.483.311. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 12. 
BUFFALO FORGE COMPANY, BUFFALO, NY, BUFFALO 
FORGE COMPANY, BUFFALO, NY: 
837,949. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 34 (INT. CL. 11). 
BURKE MARKETING SERVICES, INC., CINCINNATI, OH 
FROM SAMI/BURKE INC., CINCINNATI, OH: 
1,483.950, INT. CL. 35. 



BURLEY'S RINK SUPPLY, SALIX, PA: 

1,483,267, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 11. 
BURLINGTON AIR EXPRESS INC., IRVINE, CA: 

1,483,825, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 39. 
BURNEY PRODUCTS CORPORATION. BROOKLYN. NY: 

1.483.563. PUB. 10-27-1987. INT. CL. 25. 
BURROUGHS WELLCOME & CO. (U.S.A.) INC.. TUCKA- 
HOE. NY TO BURROUGHS WELLCOME CO., RE- 
SEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC: 

773,094, CANC. U.S. CL. 18. 

BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS. INC.. FORT 
WAYNE, IN: 

1.483.115, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
BUSPAR, INC., DELTA, CO: 

1,483,241, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 10. 
BUTLER MANUFACTURING, INC., NEW HAVEN, CT; 

1,166,447, CANC. INT. CL. 13 
BYRNE, ALLAN JOHN, MIAMI, AUSTRALIA: 

1,483,640, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
C. E. RAY COMPANY, INC., CARMEL, IN: 

1,166,400, CANC. INT. CL. 11. 

C. H. GUENTHER A SON, INC., SAN ANTONIO, TX, DBA 
PIONEER FLOUR MILLS: 

1,483,107, PUB. 1-I2-I988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 8 AND 24. 
C. T. CORPORATION SYSTEM, CLEVELAND,, OH: 

1,017,507. CANC. INT. CL. 2. 
CABRILLO FEDERAL CREDIT UNION. SAN DIEGO, CA: 

1,166.774, CANC. INT CL. 36. 
CACI, INC. - FEDERAL, ARLINGTON, VA: 

1,166,334, CANC. INT. CL. 9. 
CAEDENT CORPORATION, COLORADO SPRINGS, CO; 

1,483,192, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 

CALGARY EDUCENTRES LTD., CALGARY, ALBERTA, 
CANADA: 

1,483,875, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
CALIFORNIA COOLER, INC.; See— 

BROWN-FORMAN CORPORATION. 
CALIFORNIA FOOD GROUP, INC., GLENDALE, CA; 

1,483,709. PUB. 10-13-1987. INT. CL. 30. 
CALIFORNIA HOTS, INC., FORT LAUDERDALE, FL; 

1,483,531, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
CALIFORNIA PACIFIC RESEARCH, INC.. RENO. NV; 

1.482,956. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 
CALP CORPORATION, CHIYODA-KU. TOKYO, JAPAN: 

1.482,892, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. I. 
CALTEX TRADING, INC., ENCINO, CA: 

1,483,693, PUB. 10-20-1987. INT. CL. 29. 

CAMBRIDGE TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC., BUR- 
LINGTON, MA: 

1,166,325, CANC. INT. CL. 9. 
CAMELOT INDUSTRIES CORPORATION, ST. PAUL, MN, 
UNIVIS, INC., FORT LAUDERDALE, FL: 
829,756. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 26 (INT. CL. 9). 
CAMP COAST TO COAST. INC., WASHINGTON, DC: 
1.483.407, PUB. 1-I2-I988 INT. CL. 16. 

CAMPUS CRUSADE FOR CHRIST, INC., SAN BERNAR- 
DINO, CA; 

1.164.096, CANC. INT. CL. 41. 

CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAY COMPANY, MON- 
TREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA: 
1,091.095. CANC. INT. CL. 39. 

CANAGLOBE INTERNATIONAL INC.. OTTAWA. ON- 
TARIO. CANADA: 

1.483.770, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 35, 36, 38, 39 AND 42. 

CANDID PRODUCTIONS INCORPORATED, NEW YORK, 
NY; 
1,163,126, CANC. INT. CL. 41. 



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CANNON PRODUCTIONS, N.V., CURACAO, NETHERLD 
ANTILLES: 

1,4*3.529, PUB. 9-8-1987. INT. CL. 25. 
CAPAUL CORPORATION, PLAINFIELD, IL: 

1,483,455. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 19. 
CAPETRONIC INT-L. CORP , NEW YORK, NY: 

1.166,360, CANC. INT. CL. 10. 
CAPITAL CITIES MEDIA, INC., NEW YORK, NY, 
WOMENS WEAR COMPANY, NEW YORK. NY; 
227,298. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 38 (INT. CL. 16). 
CAPITAL COMMUNITY BROADCASTING, INC., 
JUNEAU. AK: 

1.483.851. PUB 1-12-1988. INT CL. 41. 
CAPTIVANT, LTD., NEW YORK, NY: 

1,482.948, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 
CARDINAL MANUFACTURING CORPORATION. MAT- 
THEWS, NC: 

1.166,385. CANC. INT. CL. 11. 
CARIBIA MANUFACTURING COMPANY, INC., TOR- 
RANCE, CA: 

1.482,907, PUB. 8-18-1987. INT. CL. 3. 
CARL BYOIR & ASSOCIATES. INC.. NEW YORK, NY: 

1.164,982. CANC. INT. CL. 41. 
CARLSON MARKETING GROUP, INC., MINNEAPOLIS, 
MN, PREMIUM SERVICE CORPORATION, MINNEAPO- 
LIS, MN: 

832,682. REN 4-5-1988. US. CL. 101 (INT. CL. 35). 
CARRADO, NICK, JR., MATTHEWS, NC: 
1,483,424, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 17. 
CARRE, INC , SENECA, SC: 

1,483.063. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7 
CARTER-WALLACE, INC.. NEW YORK, NY: 

1,483,012, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 
CARTIER INTERNATIONAL, B.V . AMSTERDAM. NETH- 
ERLANDS: 

1,483,155. PUB. 10-13-1987 MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 9. 18 AND 34 
CARTIER. INCORPORATED. NEW YORK. NY: 

1.483.326, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 14. 
CASCADE FRESH, INC., SEATTLE. WA: 
1.483,701. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 29. 
CASE IN BRIEF. INC . NEW LONDON. NH: 

1.483.583. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. 1>4T. 
CLS. 25 AND 28. 
CATERPILLAR INC., PEORIA, IL, CATERPILLAR TRAC- 
TOR CO., EAST PEORIA, IL: 
832,440. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 21 (INT. CL. 9). 
837,137. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 35 (INT. CL. 17). 
CENTEL HNANCIAL SYSTEMS, INC., NEW YORK, NY: 

1,483,113, PUB. 5-6-1986. INT. CL. 9. 
CENTRAL FLORIDA GROOMING SUPPLY. INC., ALTA- 
MONTE SPRINGS, FL: 

1,482,921, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 
CENTURY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION, GOLDEN, 

CO: 

1,483,080, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 

CENTURY PACIFIC PROPERTIES, INC., WALNUT 
CREEK, CA: 

1,451,288. CANC. URN. RESTORED TO S.N. 618,154. 
CERAMIC DESIGN, INC., SAN ANTONIO, TX: 

1,483,264, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. II. 
CERTIFIED HOMES CORPORATION, COLUMBIA, MD: 

1,166.776, CANC. INT. CL. 37. 
CERTIPAK CORPORATION, DECATUR. GA: 

839,382. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 2 (INT. CL. 16). 
CHARCOAL CHICKENS, INC., HOUSTON. TX: 

1,483,898, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
CHARLES JOURDAN HOLDING AG, GLARUS. SWIT- 
ZERLAND: 

1.483,857, PUB. 4-29-1986. INT. CL. 42. 



CHATEAU FOOD PRODUCTS, INC., CHICAGO. IL: 
835,163. REN. 4-5-1988. US. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 29). 

CHATTANOOGA CORPORATION, CHATTANOOGA, TN: 
1,483,233, PUB. 7-14-1987 INT CL. 10. 

CHEMILITE CORPORATION. HOUSTON, TX: 
1,166,370, CANC. INT. CL. 11. 

CHESEBROUGH-POND'S INC . WESTPORT, CT, PRINCE 
MATCHABELLI, INC., NEW YORK, NY: 

433.219. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 51 (INT. CL. 3). 

433.220. REN. 4-5-1988 US. CL. 51 (INT. CL. 3). 
CHICAGO PNEUMATIC TOOL COMPANY, UTICA. NY: 

1,483.108. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 8. 

CHICKEN WIRE MESSAGE SERVICE. INC.. COLUMBUS. 
OH: 

1,166,795, CANC. INT. CL. 39. 
CHIFFONNERIE INC., CHICAGO, IL: 

1,482,953, PUB. 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 3. 

CHIN HUNG MACHINERY & ELECTRIC INDUSTRIAL 
CO., LTD.. WU-JIH, TAICHUNG. TAIWAN: 
1.372,174, CANC. INT. CL. 7. 
CHINA NATIONAL LIGHT INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS 
IMPORT & EXPORT CORP., GUANGZHOU, CHINA: 
1,483,448. PUB 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 18. 
CHOMERICS. INC.. WOBURN. MA: 

1.483,360, PUB. 5-5-1987. INT. CL. 16. 

CHRISTIAN FANTASY COLLECTIBLES, GLADSTONE, 

NJ: 

1,483,486, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 21. 
CHRISTIE FOOD PRODUCTS. INC.. DEDHAM. MA: 

1.483.686. PUB. 7-31-1984. INT. CL. 29. 
CHRISTIE GROUP LTD.. THE. ST-EUSTACHE, PROV- 
INCE OF QUEBEC, CANADA, TA POLYLAB, DIVISION 
OF THE CHRISTIE GROUP LTD : 
1,482,987. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 

CHRISTINE WYRTZEN MINISTRY. INC.. LOVELAND, 
OH: 

1,483,173, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 9. 16 AND 28. 
CHRYSLER CORPORATION, HIGHLAND PARK, MI: 

1,166,425, CANC. INT. CL. 12. 
CHUGWATER CHILI CORPORATION. CHUGWATER. 
WY: 

1.483.738. PUB. I- 12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 
CHURCH & DWIGHT CO.. INC.. PRINCETON. NJ. WYAN- 
DOTTE CHEMICALS CORPORATION, WYANDOTTE. 
MI: 
838.101. REN 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 6 (INT. CL 1). 
CHURCHS FRIED CHICKEN. INC., SAN ANTONIO, TX: 

1,313,985, CANC. INT CL 42 
CIBA-GEIGY CORPORATION, ARDSLEY. NY: 

1,483,781, PUB. 1-12-1988. 11^ CL. 35. 
CIGNA CORPORATION. PHILADELPHIA, PA, INSUR- 
ANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA, PHILADEL- 
PHIA, PA: 
837,296. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 102 (INT. CL. 36). 

CINCINNATI MILACRON-HEALD CORP., WORCESTER, 
MA, HEALD MACHINE COMPANY, THE, WORCES- 
TER, MA: 

221,128. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 23 (INT. CL. 7). 

CINCO DE MAYO RESTAURANTS. INC., NEW YORK, 

NY: 

1,483.877, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
CINCYS FRANCHISING, INC , MARIETTA, GA: 

1,483,895, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
CINDU DE VENEZUELA, S.A.. CHUAO, CARACAS. VEN- 
EZUELA: 

1,312,334, CANC. INT. CL 19. 

CIRCADIAN KNIGHT CORPORATION, NORTH OLMST- 
ED, OH: 

1,483,900. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 



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CIRCUS DISCO LTD.. BROOKLYN, NY: 

1,164,971, CANC. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. CLS. 41 
AND 42. 
CITIZENS' AID FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN, KNOX- 
VILLE, TN: 

1,483,841, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 41. 
CITRONIC LIMITED, MELKSHAM, WILTSHIRE, 
UNITED KINGDOM: 

1,483,134, PUB. 10-13-1987. INT. CL. 9. 
CLAIRE'S BOUTIQUES., INC., WOOD DALE, IL: 

1,483,331. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 14. 
CLARK EQUIPMENT COMPANY. SOUTH BEND. IN. 
CLARK TRUCTRACTOR COMPANY, BUCHANAN. MI: 
165.644. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 19 (INT. CL. 12). 
CLARKE CHECKS. INC., SAN ANTONIO. TX: 

1.483.412, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 

1.483.413, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 

CLEMENT PAPPAS AND COMPANY, INC., SEABROOK, 
NJ: 

827.266. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 32). 
CLOFINE DAIRY PRODUCTS, INC., LINWOOD, NJ: 

1,483,687, PUB. 1-7-1986. INT. CL. 29. 
CLOUDS CLOTHING INC., SPRINGFIELD, NJ: 

1,166.596, CANC INT. CL. 25. 
CLUETT, PEABODY & CO., INC., NEW YORK. NY: 

1,163,860, CANC. INT. CL. 25. 
COCOA MARKETING COMPANY (GHANA) LIMITED, 
ACCRA, GHANA, PATERSON, SIMONS & EWART LIM- 
ITED, LONDON EC. 2, ENGLAND: 
828,293. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 29). 
COLEMAN METAL PRODUCTS COMPANY, FORT 
WORTH, TX: 

1,483,812. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL, 37. 
COLGATE-PALMOLIVE COMPANY. NEW YORK, NY, 
COLGATE & CO., NEW YORK, NY: 
62,050. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 51 (INT. CL. 3). 
COLLECTOR CAR LOAN COMPANY OF AMERICA, 
INC.. THE. ENGLEWOOD. CO: 

1,483,800, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 36. 

COLLEGEVILLE FLAG & MFG. CO., COLLEGEVILLE, 
PA: 

1,483,644, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
COLORAtXD-WYOMING RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION, 
INC., DENVER, CO: 

1,163,175, CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
COLORCRAFT CORPORATION, DURHAM. NC: 

1,166,800, CANC. INT. CL. 40. 
COLORES INTERNATIONAL, INC., BELLEVUE, WA: 

1,483,637, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
COLOROLL LIMITED, NELSON, LANCASHIRE, ENG- 
LAND: 

1,483,518, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 24. 
COLUMBIA COMMUNICATIONS, INC., NEW YORK, NY: 

1.483.414, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 

COLUMBIA PARK AND RECREATION ASSOCIATION, 
INC., THE, COLUMBIA, MD: 

1,166,471, CANC. INT. CL. 16. 
COMBE INCORPORATED, WHITE PLAINS, NY: 

1,483,621. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
COMMAND TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION, OAKLAND, 
CA: 

1.483.223, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
COMMODITIES MAGAZINE, INC., CEDAR FALLS, lA: 

1,159,929, CANC. INT. CL. 16. 
COMMUNITY OF THE CROSS MINISTRIES INC., DAN- 
BURY, CT: 

1,166,820, CANC. INT. CL. 41. 
COMP EQUIPMENT CORPORATION, ST. PAUL, MN: 

1,483,136, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
COMPUTOSERVICE, INC., MANKATO, MN: 

840.182. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 101 (INT. CL. 42). 



CONAGRA, INC.. OMAHA, NE: 

1,482,900, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 1. 
CONAGRA, INC., OMAHA, NE, DBA CPF SALES: 

1,483,690, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 29. 
CONAIR CORPORATION, STAMFORD, CT: 

1.483.254, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 10. 
1,483.273, PUB. 10-20-1987. INT. CL. 11. 

CONCAST HOLDING AG, 8002 ZURICH, SWITZERLAND: 
830,534. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 23 (INT. CL. 7). 

CONCRETE ACCESSORIES, INC., PITTSFIELD, MA: 
1,483,873, PUB. 3-31-1987. INT. CL. 42. 

CONDAIR AG, MUNCHENSTEIN. SWITZERLAND: 

1.483.255, PUB. 1-15-1985. INT. CL. II. 

CONDOR LEDERMODE GES. M.B.H. & CO. KG. WELS, 

AUSTRIA: 

1,483,337, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 14. 
CONDUCTIVE CONTAINERS. INC., NORTHBROOK, IL: 

1,483,169, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
CONMOR CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, INC., ANA- 
HEIM, CA: 

1,483,072, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 

CONSTANTINO RIERA MUNIZ, S.A.. VILLAVICIOSA, 
ASTURIAS, SPAIN: 

830.686. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 33). 
CONSUMER DIRECT. INC., CANTON, OH: 

1,483,025, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 

CONTECH CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS INC., MIDDLE- 
TOWN, OH: * 

1,483.048, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 6. 

1.483,434, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 17. 
CONVENIENT FOOD MART, INC., ROSEMONT, IL: 

1,483,716, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 
COOPER INDUSTRIES, INC., HOUSTON, TX. LUFKIN 
RULE COMPANY. THE, SAGINAW, Ml: 

431,741. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 26 (INT. CL. 9). 

COPOLYMER RUBBER & CHEMICAL CORPORATION. 
BATON ROUGE, LA: 

1.482,875, PUB. 8-18-1987. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 1 AND 17. 
CORBETT ENTERPRISES, INC., WEST HARTFORD, CT: 

1.162,929, CANC. INT. CL. 29. 
CORE TECHNOLOGIES, INC., EDINA, MN: 

1,483,154. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
CORONA MOBILE HOMES. INC., WAYCROSS, GA: 

1,163,184, CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
CORONNA CLIPPER COMPANY, CORONA, CA: 

1.483.104, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 8. 

1.483.105, PUB. 1-12-1988. II>rr. CL. 8. 
COROPLAST INC., GRANBY, QUEBEC, CANADA: 

1,483,420, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 17. 
COSBY, TED, NEWPORT BEACH, CA: 

1.483.332, PUB. 1-I2-I988. INT. CL. 14. 
COSMETIC ARTS, INC., CLARK, NJ: 

1,482,926, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 
COSMETIC ARTS, INCORPORATED, CLARK. NJ: 
1,482.923, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 

COSMYL, INC., CORAL GABLES, FL: 
1,482,944, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 

COURREGES DESIGN, PARIS, FRANCE: 

1.483.333, PUB. 9-29-1987. INT. CL. 14. 

COURTS ROYAL GROUP, INC.. ALEXANDRIA, VA: 

1.166.809, CANC. INT CL. 41. 

1.166.810, CANC. INT. CL. 41. 

CPG PRODUCTS CORP., MINNEAPOLIS, MN: 
1,166,630, CANC. INT. CL. 28. 

CREATIVE HAIRDRESSERS, INC., ARLINGTON, VA: 
1,482,911. PUB. 10-28-1986. INT. CL. 3. 



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CREATIVE MERCHANDISE CORP., TAIPEI, TAIWAN: 

1,483,632. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28 
CREATIVE RESULTS SOURCES, INC.. WHEATON, IL: 

1,164,995. CANC. INT CL. 41. 
CREATIVE SYNERGY CORPORATION, ATLANTA, OA: 

1,483,174, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
CREAZIONI B.P. MAGLIFICIO SPA., SESTO FIOREN- 
TINO PROVINCE OF FLORENCE, ITALY: 
1,483,592, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
CREDIT UNION NATIONAL ASSOCIATION. INC., MADI- 
SON. WI: 

1,483.794, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 36. 
CRITCHER, JOHN L , COCKEYSVILLE, MD, DBA ARTO- 
MATE CO. INC.: 

1,483,109, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 8. 
CRUCIBLE MATERIALS CORPORATION, SYRACUSE, 
NY: 

1,483,033, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 6 AND 9. 
CRUSADER CANDLE CO., INC., BROOKLYN, NY: 
431,620. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 15 (INT. CL. 4). 
CRUZ FAMILY, INC., COLORADO SPRINGS, CO: 

1,483.912, PUB. 12-29-1987. INT. CL. 42. 
CRYSTALEX. OBOROVY PODNIK, NOVY BOR, CZECHO- 
SLOVAKIA, BORSKE, SKLO, NARODNI PODNIK, 
NOVY BOR, CZECHOSLOVAKIA: 
834,494. REN 4-5-1988. US CL 33 (INT. CL. 21). 
CSX TRANSPORTATION, INC , BALTIMORE, MD: 

1,483,788, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 36 AND 39. 
CUDDLE KNIT KNITTING MILLS, INC., DEER PARK. 

NY: 

827,8%. REN 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 39 (INT. CL. 25). 
CUDDLE WIT, INC., ORANGE, NJ: 

1,483,649, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL 28. 
CULLIGAN INTERNATIONAL COMPANY. NORTH- 
BROOK, IL, CULLIGAN ZEOLITE COMPANY, NORTH- 
BROOK, IL: 

430,904. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 6 (INT CL 1) 
CULLIGAN INTERNATIONAL COMPANY, NORTH- 
BROOK, IL: 

1,483,292, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 11. 
CUMULUS TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION, PALO ALTO. 
CA: 

1,483,209, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
CURTICE-BURNS FOODS, INC., ROCHESTER, NY, 
MICHIGAN FRUIT CANNERS, INC.. CHICAGO, IL: 

831.933. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (INT CL. 30). 
CURTRON CURTAINS, INC., NEW YORK, NY: 

1,483,522, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 24. 
CUTTER INFORMATION CORP , ARLINGTON, MA: 

1,483,941, INT CL. 16. 
D. DREILING, INC., KANSAS CITY, MO: 

1,483,672, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
D. E. GRUDZIEN AND Q. R. PICCIRILLI, LANSING, IL: 

1.483.643, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
DACOS LABORATOIRES S.A., ZUG, SWITZERLAND: 

1,482,920, PUB. 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 3. 
DANA CORPORATION, TOLEDO. OH: 

1,483,421, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 17. 
DASA FURS, INC., NEW YORK, NY: 

1.483,572, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
DATASAVE COMPUTER & LEASING CORPORATION, 
DEL MAR, CA: 

1.483,792, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 36. 37 AND 42. 
DAVIS SPORTE, LOS ANGELES, CA: 

1.483,581, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
DAWSON ALLIANTS CORPORATION, ATLANTA, GA: 

1,483,481, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 20. 



daycon products company, inc., capitol 
heights. md. cohen. david a., washington, 
ex:: 
833,492. ren. 4-5-1988 u.s. cl. a. 

dayton electric manufacturing co., chicago, 

IL: 

1,159,037, CANC. INT. CL. 1 1. 
DAYTON ELECTRIC MANUFACTURING CO.. SKOKIE, 

IL: 

1,483,051, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 
DC COMICS INC., NEW YORK, NY: 
1.166,627, CANC. INT. CL. 28. 

DE WET, PAUL JOHANNES, CAPE PROVINCE, SOUTH 
AFRICA: 

1.483,754, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 33. 

DEALER ADVERTISING DEVELOPMENT, INC. TA 
DAD., INC.: See— 

ADVERTISING AND MARKETING DEVELOPMENT, 
INC.. 
DEBBIE'S SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE, INC., CHI- 
CAGO, IL: 

1.164,984, CANC. INT. CL. 41. 
DEIJON, INC., OLD TAPPAN. NJ: 

1,150,448, CANC. INT. CL. 20. 
DEITZ; SUSAN. NEW YORK. NY: 

1,163,127, CANC. INT. CL. 41. 
DELTA AIR LINES, INC., ATLANTA, GA: 

1,164,953, CANC. INT. CL. 39. 
DELTA COMMUNICATIONS, INC., CHICAGO, IL, 
GRAPHIC ARTS PUBLISHING COMPANY, CHICAGO, 
IL: 
832,939. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 38 (JUT. CL. 16). 
DENISE FREY SALES CORPORATION, TORRANCE, CA: 

1.162.833. CANC. INT. CL. 25 
DENNIS D SHEPARD, M D INCORPORATED, SANTA 
MARIA, CA, DBA SHEPARD EYE CENTER MEDICAL 
GROUP: 

1,483,858, PUB 2-4-1986. INT. CL. 42. 
DENTAL OPTICS MANUFACTURING, INC., ISLAND 
PARK, NY: 

1,483,208. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, THE, FALLS CHURCH, 
VA: 

1,483,384, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16 
DEPOSITORS TRUST COMPANY, AUGUSTA, ME: 

1,166,761, CANC. INT. CL. 36. 
DESIGN PARTNERSHIP LTD., NUTLEY, SUSSEX, ENG- 
LAND: 

1,483,630, PUB. 8-19-1986. INT. CL. 28. 
DESIGNER TREASURES, INC., HOLLYWOOD, FL: 

1,483,329, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 14. 

DESOTO, INC.. DES PLAINES, IL, DE SOTO CHEMICAL 
COATINGS, INC., DES PLAINES. IL: 

830.337. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 52 (INT. CL. 3). 
DESYLVESTER, JOHN, MESA, AZ: 

1,483,847, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 41. 
DETROIT CHAPTER OF VIETNAM VETERANS OF 
AMERICA, INC., THE, DETROIT, Ml: 
1,483,828, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 41. 
DEUTSCHE ATOCHEM WERKE GMBH, BONN, FED REP 
GERMANY: 

1.482.887, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 1. 

1.482.888, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 1. 

DI GIORGIO CORPORATION, SAN FRANCISCO. CA: 
1,483,476, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 20. 

Dl MODOLO DIFFUSIONE S.A., LA-CHAUX-DE-FONDS. 
SWITZERLAND: 

1,483.327, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 14. 
DIACIN, JOHN M., JR , SOUTHINGTON, OH: 

1,483,405, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 



DIAMOND VOGEL PAINTS, INC., ORANGE CITY, lA: 

1,482,905, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 2. 

DIANA DE SILVA COSMETIQUES SPA., MILAN, 
ITALY: 

1,482,914, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 
DICK CLARK PRODUCTIONS, INC., BURBANK, CA: 

1,483,662, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
DICTAPHONE CORPORATION, RYE, NY: 

1,483,117. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
DINKEL'S BAKERY INC., CHICAGO, IL: 

1,483,729. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 30 AND 42. 

DISASTER RECOVERY INCORPORATED, MINNEAPO- 
LIS, MN: 

1,483,221. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
DITTLER BROTHERS, INC., ATLANTA, GA: 

1,483,391, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 16. 35 AND 42. 
DIVERSIFIED OPHTHALMICS. INC.. CINCINNATI. OH: 

1,483,874, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
DIVERSIFIED TECHNOLOGIES, INC., NEW HUDSON, 

MI: 

1,483,765, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 35 AND 36. 
DIVISION SALES, INC., CHICAGO. IL: 

1,162,818, CANC. INT. CL. 25. 
DIXON TICONDEROGA COMPANY, VERO BEACH, FL, 
AMERICAN CRAYON COMPANY, THE, SANDUSKY, 
OH: 

230,109. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 37 (INT. CL. 16). 
DIXON TICONDEROGA COMPANY, VERO BEACH, FL, 
JOSEPH DIXON CRUCIBLE COMPANY, THE, JERSEY 
CITY, NJ: 

836,748, REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 37 (INT. CL. 16). 
DIXON TICONDEROGA COMPANY, VERO BEACH, FL, 
WALLACE PENCIL COMPANY, MAPLEWOOD, MO: 
839,603. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 37 (INT. CL. 16). 
DMI, INC., DALLAS, TX, DBA NUMBER ONE MARKET- 
ING GROUP: 

1,483,694, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 29. 
DNA (HOUSEMARKS) LIMITED, LONDON, ENGLAND: 

1,483,435, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 17. 
DO TU RAK CO., LTD., KYUNG-JOO CITY, KYUNG-BUK. 
REPUBLIC OF KOREA: 

1,483,722, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 
DOMINOS PIZZA, INC., ANN ARBOR, MI: 

1.483.652, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 

1.483.653, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 

DONALD O. THAYER AND MICHAEL D. THAYER, 
ELMONT, NY: 

1,483,363, PUB 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 16 AND 42. 
DOROTHY LANE MARKET, INC., DAYTON, OH: 

1,483,734, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 30. 
DOSCHER, JOHN, CUPERTINO, CA: 

1,483,163, PUB. 8-18-1987. INT. CL. 9. 
DOUG WILSON STUDIOS, INC , LA JOLLA. CA: 

1.483,539, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
DOUWE EGBERTS KONINKLIJKE TABAKSFABRIEK- 
KOFFIEBRANDERIJEN-THEEHANDEL B.V., ZD 
JOURE, NETHERLANDS: 
1,166,722, CANC. INT. CL. 34. 
DOVER PUBLICATIONS, INC., MINEOLA, NY: 

832,928. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 36 (INT. CL. 9). 
DOW CONSUMER PRODUCTS INC., INDIANAPOLIS, IN, 
DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY, THE, MIDLAND, MI: 
836,486. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 1 (INT. CL. 6). 
DOWNS-CLARK, INCORPORATED, BROWNWOOD, TX: 
901,722, CANC. MULTIPLE CLASS, U.S. CLS. 19 AND 
23. 



DR. SPOTLESS, INC., BOCA RATON, FL: 
1,483,810, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 37. 

DSM MESTSTOFFEN BV, UTRECHT, HOLLAND, NETH- 
ERLANDS FROM UNIE VAN KUNSTMESTFABRIE- 
KEN B.V., UTRECHT, NETHERLANDS: 

1.482.870, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 1. 

1.482.871, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 1. 
DUCHAMP, GUY, PARIS, FRANCE: 

1,483,513, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 24. 

DUNHILL COMPACT CLASSICS, INC.. NORTHRIDGE, 
CA: 

1,483,199. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL 9 
DUNN TECHNOLOGY INCORPORATED, VISTA, CA: 

1,483,771, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 35 AND 42. 

DUPACO PAINT, INC., WICHITA, KS, CHARLES 
DUTCHER PAINT & VARNISH MFG. CO., WICHITA, 
KS, DBA CHARLES DUTCHER PAINT t VARNISH 
CO.: 

833,568. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 16 (INT. CL. 2). 

DUPLEX INCORPORATED, NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA, 
KERSTING, ALBERT H.. LOS ANGELES, CA, DBA 
THE ACME SPRING SASH BALANCE CO.: 

229,911. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 13 (INT. CL. 6). 
DURO-TEST CORPORATION. NORTH BERGEN, NJ: 

1,166,380, CANC. INT. CL. 11. 

1,483,293, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 11. 
DUXBAK INC., UTICA, NY: 

1,483.607, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
DYMON, INCORPORATED, KANSAS CITY, MO: 

1,483,489, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 21. 

E. F. BAVIS & ASSOCIATES, INC., MAINEVILLE, OH: 
1,483,069, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 

E, I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS AND COMPANY, WIL- 
MINGTON, DE: 

1,483,225, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 

E. R. SQUIBB & SONS, INC., PRINCETON, NJ, E.R. 
SQUIBB & SONS, NEW YORK, NY: 
435,955. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 18 (INT. CL. 5). 

E.A. FIERA INTERNAZIONALE MILANO, MILANO, 
ITALY: 

1,483,355, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
1,483,767, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 35. 

E.R. SQUIBB & SONS, INC., PRINCETON. NJ: 
1,483,008, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 

EAGLE VISION, INC., MEMPHIS. TN: 
1,483,248, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 10. 

EARTH STOVE, INC., THE, TUALATIN, OR: 
1,166,382, CANC. INT. CL. 11. 

EAST CHICAGO MACHINE TOOL CORPORATION, 
CROWN POINT, IN: 

837.889. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 23 (INT. CL. 7). 

837.890. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 23 (INT. CL. 7). 

EASTERN PACIFIC IMPORTS, INC., NEWARK, DE: 
1,483,613, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 

EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY, ROCHESTER, NY: 
435,564. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 26 (INT. CL. 9). 

EASTON KNITTING CO. LTD., SHE-TOU, CHANGHUA, 
TAIWAN: 

1,483,610, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 

EASY TV, INC., KENSINGTON, MD: 

1,483,380, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 

ECODYNE CORPORATION, ST. PAUL, MN: 

1,483,805, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 37 AND 42. 



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ECOLAB INC.. ST. PAUL, MN, ECONOMICS LABORATO- 
RY, INC., SAINT PAUL, MN: 
829.572. REN 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 52 (INT. CL. 3). 
ECOLAB INC., ST. PAUL. MN FROM ECONOMICS LABO- 
RATORY, INC., ST. PAUL. MN: 
1.483.932, INT CL. 3. 
ECOLINE ANTICORROSION S.R.L.. MUGGIO' (MI), 
ITALY: 

1.482.874, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 1. 
ECONOMICS LABORATORY, INC.: Set— 

ECOLAB INC.. 
EDDIE BAUER, INC., REDMOND, WA: 

1,483.446, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 

CLS. 18. 25 AND 42. 
1.483.617. PUB. I-I2-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS. INC.. TARZANA, CA: 

1.166.451. CANC. INT. CL. 14. 
EDWARD WECK & COMPANY. INC.. RESEARCH TRI- 
ANGLE PARK. NC. EDWARD WECK & COMPANY. 
INC.. BROOKLYN. NY: 
434.777. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 44 (INT. CL. 10). 
EDWARDS BAKING COMPANY. ATLANTA, GA: 

1.483.705. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 

EEG SYSTEMS LABORATORY. SAN FRANCISCO. CA: 

1.483.238, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 10. 
EGG 4 I. INC., THE, ROYAL OAK, MI: 

1,166,860, CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
ELASTOLATCH. INC.. EAST STROUDSBURG. PA: 

1.483.474. PUB 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 20. 
ELECTROLERT. INC.. TROY. OH: 

1.162.589. CANC INT. CL. 9. 
ELEVEN-ELEVEN CORPORATION, GUAYNABO, 

PUERTO RICO: 

838,412. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 39 (INT. CL. 25). 
ELI LILLY AND COMPANY, INDIANAPOLIS, IN: 

840,024. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 38 (INT. CL. 16). 
ELIZABETH RUSSO ft ASSOCIATES, INC., YORKTOWN 
HEIGHTS, NY: 

1,166,726, CANC. INT. CL. 35. 
ELKAY MANUFACTURING COMPANY, OAK BROOK, 
IL: 

1,483,294. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 11. 
ELLEN COMIS MINISTRIES, STATEN ISLAND. NY: 

1.483,389, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
ELMCO, MARIETTA, GA: 

1,483,133, PUB. 2-17-1987. INT. CL. 9. 
ELMER LITTLE ft SONS, INC., JOHNSTOWN. NY: 

1,483,568, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
EMPRESS HANDBAG CO., INC., WEST NEW YORK, NJ: 

1.483,449, PUB 1-12-1988. IJ>JT CL 18. 
EMTECH LABORATORIES, INCORPORATED. ROA- 
NOKE, VA: 

1.483.239, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 10. 
ENEREX CORPORATION, UNIONVILLE, CT: 

1,166,386, CANC. INT CL. 11. 
ENERGY FORUM, INC., THE, NORWOOD, MA: 

1,166,384, CANC. INT. CL. 11. 
ENERGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORA- 
TION, TOMAH. WI: 

1,166.368. CANC. INT. CL. II. 
ENFORCER PRODUCTTS. INC., CARTERSVILLE. GA: 

1,483,021. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL 5. 
ENGELHARD CORPORATION, EDISON, NJ, BAKER ft 
CO., INC., NEWARK, NJ: 
427,851. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 26 (INT. CL. 9). 
ENRIQUE BERNAT FONTLLADOSA, BARCELONA, 
SPAIN: 

1.483.706, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 
ENSIGN-BICKFORD COMPANY. THE, SIMSBURY. CT: 

832,361. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 9 (INT. CL. 13). 



ENVOLYTE LIMITED, BRADFORD. WEST YORKSHIRE, 
ENGLAND: 

1.483.357, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
EQUIPMENT IMPORTERS. INC.. TACOMA. WA: 

834.306. REN. 4-5-1988 U.S. CL. 23 (INT CLS. 7 AND 
8). 

EQUITABLE CAPITAL MANAGEMENT CORPORATION, 
NEW YORK. NY: 

1.483,803, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 36. 

ERBABIAN, THERESA, COSTA MESA, CA, DB NO SUB- 
STITUTE: 

1,483,921, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 

ESCALATOR HANDRAIL COMPANY INC., AJAX, ON- 
TARIO, CANADA: 

1,483,053. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 

ESPE FABRIK PHARMAZEUTISCHER PRAPARATE 
GMBH & CO KG, SEEFELD. OBERBAYERN. FED REP 
GERMANY: 

1,483,244, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 10. 
ESSEX PLASTICS, INC., POMPANO BEACH, FL: 
1,483,943, INT. CL. 22. 

EUROMAN CONFEZIONI SPA.. CATIGNANO. PES- 
CARA, ITALY: 

1,483,444, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 18 AND 25. 
EUROPORT FASHIONS LTD., NEW YORK. NY: 

1,162,840, CANC. INT. CL. 25. 
EVELYN PEARSON, INC., BROOKLYN, NY: 
1,483,575, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 

EVERINGHAM BROTHERS LIMITED, BRAMALEA, ON- 
TARIO. CANADA: 

1,483,483, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 21. 

EXECUTIVE COMPUTER SERVICES, INC., CLEARWA- 
TER, FL: 

1,483,816, PUB. 4-28-1987. INT. CL. 38. 
EXMOOR KNITWEAR CO., INC.. SPRING VALLEY, NY: 

829.488. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 39 (INT. CL. 25). 

EXOTIC SPAS AND HOT TUBS, INC., FT. LAUDER- 
DALE, FL: 

1.166,391, CANC. INT. CL. 11. • 

F. D. GRAVE ft SON. INCORPORATED. NEW HAVEN. 
CT, GRAVE, FREDERICK D. NEW HAVEN, CT, 
DOING BUSINESS AS F. D. GRAVE ft SON: 
435.328. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 17 (INT. CL. 34). 

F.B. INVESTMENTS. INCORPORATED. LOS ANGELES. 
CA. DBA BICICLETTE SPECIALI ERNIES: 
1.483,535, PUB. 10-13-1987. INT. CL. 25. 

FABER-CASTELL CORPORATION. PARSIPPANY, NJ, A. 
W FABER, INC., NEWARK, NJ: 

232,330. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 37 (INT. CL. 16). 

FABER-CASTELL CORPORATION, PARSIPPANY, NJ, 
ROSENTHAL COMPANY. THE, NEW YORK 3. NY: 

435.240. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 37 (INT. CL. 16). 
FABRILIFE CHEMICALS. INC.. CINCINNATI. OH: 

1.482.966. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 3. 
FANNIE MAY CANDY SHOPS, INC., CHICAGO, IL: 

1,483.724, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 
FASCO INDUSTRIES. INC.. BOCA RATON. FL: 

1.483.268, PUB. 1-12-1988 INT CL. 11. 

FEDERAL SIGNAL CORPORATION, OAK BROOK. IL, 
FEDERAL SIGN AND SIGNAL CORPORATION, BLUE 
ISLAND, IL: 
833,236. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 21 (INT. CL. 9). 

FEDERALIST SOCIETY FOR LAW AND PUBLIC POLICY 
STUDIES. THE. WASHINGTON. DC: 
1.483.829. PUB. 1-12-1988. 11^. CL. 41. 

FEDERATED DEPARTMENT STORES, INC., NEW 
YORK, NY: 

1,482,929, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 



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FERRANTI PLC. GATLEY, CHEADLE. CHESHIRE, ENG- 
LAND: 

1,483,148, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
FERRERO SPA., ALBA, CUENO, ITALY, P. FERRERO ft 
C. SPA., ALBA. CUNEO. ITALY: 

834.094. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 30). 
FERRY-MORSE SEED COMPANY (CALIFORNIA), MO- 
DESTO, CA, FERRY-MORSE SEED CO., SAN FRANCIS- 
CO, CA: 

434,952 REN 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 1 (I?<JT. CL. 31). 
FIAT AUTO SPA., TURIN, ITALY: 

1,483,062, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 7,9, 11 AND 12. 
FIELDCREST MILLS, INC., EDEN, NC: 

1,162,810, CANC. INT CL. 24. 
FILT-AIR CORPORATION, RENO, NV: 

1,483,266, PUB. 10-6-1987. INT. CL. 11. 
FINANCIAL PUBLISHING COMPANY, BOSTON, MA. 
EMBLEMATICS. INC., BOSTON, MA: 

832.220. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 38 (INT. CL. 16). 
FINE SHOE - S.R.L.. SAN ELPIDIO A MARE (AP), ITALY: 

1,483,550, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
FIORUCCI SPA., MILANO, ITALY: 

1,483,441. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
I CLS. 18 AND 25. 

RRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 
OF MID-FLORIDA. DELAND, FL: 

1.166.760, CANC. INT. CL. 36 
FIRST IMPRESSIONS. INC., DAYTON, OH: 

1.483.860, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF OHIO, AKRON, OH: 

1,483,782, PUB. 12-29-1987. INT. CL. 36. 
FIRST RECRUITERS, INC., BRAINTREE, MA: 

1,483.766, PUB 12-23-1986. INT CL 35. 
FIRSTNET USA, INC., KANSAS CITY, MO: 

1,483,779, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL 35. 
FISKE INDUSTRIES. INC.. NEW CITY, NY: 

1,482,952, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 
FITNESS EQUIPMENT CO., INC., CLANTON, AL: 

1,483,677. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL 28. 
FITNESS QUEST. INC.. CANTON. OH: 

1.483.638, PUB. 9-8-1987. INT CL. 28. 
FITZGERALD CORPORATION, BUENA PARK, CA: 

1,483.305, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 12. 
FLEER CORP., PHILADELPHIA, PA: 

1,483.732, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 
FLEET WHOLESALE SUPPLY CO., INC., APPLETON, WI: 

838,436. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 39 (INT. CL. 25). 
FLIK, INC., CAMBRIDGE, MA: 

1,166,335, CANC INT CL. 9. 
FLOWERS INDUSTRIES, INC., THOMASVILLE, GA, AKA 
DOUGLAS FOODSERVICE CO.: 

1,166,679, CANC INT. CL. 29 
FLUID-GARD, INC., MIDLOTHIAN, VA: 

1,483,210, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
FOAMTECH CORPORATION, LITTLETON, CO: 

1.482,876, PUB. 10-27-1987. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 1 AND 7. 
FOCUS SPEAKER SYSTEMS, INC., DAYTON, OH: 

1,483,157, PUB. 7-7-1987. INT. CL. 9. 
FOLLANSBEE STEEL CORPORATION, FOLLANSBEE. 

WV: 

1,483.046. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 6. 
FORES MANUFACTURING CORP., TUSTIN, CA: 

1,483,303, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 12. 
FORMULA HAWAII, LTD , KAILUA, HI: 

1,482,958. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 3 AND 5. 
FOUR PAWS PRODUCTS, LTD., HAUPPAUGE, NY: 
1,483,490, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 21. 



FOURTH SYSTEMA, INC., WOODLAND HILLS, CA: 

1,483.933, INT. CL. 3. 
FRANCIS, CHARLES V., CINCINNATI, OH: 

1,483,894. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
FRANK INDUSTRIES, INC.. BROWN CITY. MI: 

1.166.412, CANC. INT. CL. 12. 
FRANKLIN CHINA CO., INC., WARMINSTER, PA: 

1,483.491. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 21. 
FRANMAR ft ASSOCIATES, NORMAL, IL: 

1,482,997, PUB. 10-6-1987. INT. CL. 5. 

ERASER RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES, INC.. DURHAM. 
NC: 

1,483,791, PUB. 1-12-1988. I?>JT. CL. 36. 
FRED, PARIS, FRANCE: 

1,482,919, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 3, 14 AND 18. 

FREED-CROWN PUBLISHING COMPANY. VAN NUYS, 
CA: 

1,166,737. CANC. INT. CL. 35. 

FREEMAN; ALAN. WASHINGTON. DC, DBA EDUCA- 
TIONAL NEWS SERVICE, WASHINGTON, DC: 
1,166,807, CANC. INT. CL. 41. 

FRENCH CONNECTION (HONG KONG) LTD., KOW- 
LOON BAY, KOWLOON. HONG KONG: 
1.483,879, PUB. 10-13-1987. INT. CL. 42. 

FRENCH/AMERICAN SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION, 
INC., NEW YORK, NY: 

1,483,797, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 36. 

FRIBERG, CARL, LOS ANGELES, CA: 

1,483,417, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
FRIEDLANDER, JOEL, NEW YORK, NY. DBA FOURTH 
WAY BOOKS AND DBA GLOBE PRESS BOOKS: 

1.483.374, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 

FRIGOSCANDIA AB, HALSINGBORG, SWEDEN, FRI- 
GOSCANDIA AB, HALSINGBORG, SWEDEN: 

832,513. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 31 (INT. CL. 11). 
FUJI ROBIN KABUSHIKI KAISHA, TOKYO, JAPAN: 

1,483,075, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 

FUJITSU LIMITED, NAKAHARA-KU, KAWASAKI 211, 
JAPAN: 

826.793. REN. 4-5-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, U.S. CLS. 
21 (INT. CL. 9) AND 26 (INT. CL. 9). 

826.794. REN. 4-5-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. U.S. CLS. 
21 (INT. CL. 9) AND 26 (INT. CL. 9). 

GALAXY CARPET MILLS. INC., ELK GROVE VILLAGE, 
IL: 

1.483,627, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 27. 

GALLIN, JEFFREY K.. STAMFORD, CT AND STORCH. 
VICTOR J., SPRINGFIELD, NJ AND BAMBERGER, 
MARGOT S., LOS ANGELES, CA, ADOLPH D. 
STORCH, ELIZABETH, NJ: 

833.215. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 18 (INT. CL. 5). 
GALLINA BLANCA, S.A.. BARCELONA, SPAIN: 
833,758. REN. 4-5-198S. U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 29). 

GALLOWAY, HOWARD P., CORVALLIS, OR, DBA GAL- 
LOWAY PUBLICATIONS: 

1,483,369, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
GANUS, JAMES W., NEW ORLEANS, LA: 

1,483,700, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 29. 

GARAMOND/PRIDEMARK PRESS, INC., BALTIMORE. 
MD: 
831,225. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 101 (INT. CL. 35). 

GARDEN DISTRICT, INC.. METAIRIE. LA. AKA "ST. 
CHARLES HOTEL": 

1.163.183. CANC. INT CL. 42. 

GARDEN SCULPTURE INTERNATIONAL, INC., PALA- 
TINE. IL: 

1.483,258, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 11. 



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GARLAND CORPORATION, BROCKTON. MA: 

1.162.826, CANC INT CL. 25. 
GARY CHEMICAL CORP., LEOMINSTER, MA: 

1.482.890, PUB, 10-27-1987. INT. CL. 1. 
GASTI VERPACKUNOSMASCHINEN GMBH. SCHWAE- 
BISCH HALL, FED REP GERMANY: 

l,483,0JiI, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 

GEBRUDER LOEPFE AG, WETZIKON ZURICH. SWIT- 
ZERLAND: 

1.483,054. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT 
CLS. 7 AND 20. 
GEC AUTOMATION PROJECTS INC., MACON. GA. 
ELECTRIC MACHINERY MFG. COMPANY, MINNE- 
APOLIS, MN: 
432,108 REN 4-5-1988 US CL. 21 (INT. CL. 9). 
GENE DANIELS CORPORATION, DENVER, CO: 

1,483,726, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 
GENERAL BATTERY CORPORATION, READING, PA, 
GENERAL BATTERY AND CERAMIC CORP.. READ- 
ING, PA: 
835.007. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 21 (INT. CL. 9). 
GENERAL CIGAR CO.. INC., NEW YORK. NY: 

833.575. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 17 (INT. CL. 34). 
GENERAL FOODS CORPORATION, WHITE PLAINS. NY: 

836.387. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 30). 
GENERAL MILLS, INC., MINNEAPOLIS. MN: 

835.584. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 30). 
836,858. REN. 4-5-1988 U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 30). 
838.910 REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL 30). 
838.913 REN 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 30). 

838.916. REN. 4-5-1988 U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 30). 

838.917. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (If^T. CL. 30). 

838.918. REN. 4-5-1988. US. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 30). 
GENERAL MILLS. INC., MINNEAPOLIS, MN, GORTON 

CORPORATION, THE. GLOUCESTER. MA. DBA 4- 
FISHERMAN SEAFOODS; 

839,356. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 30). 
GENERAL MILLS. INC , WILMINGTON, DE: 

925,997, CANC. US CL. 46. 
GENERAL SPICE INC., SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ: 

1,483.688, PUB. 10-7-1986 MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 29 AND 30. 

GEO. J. BALL, INC., WEST CHICAGO, IL. AKA BALL 
SEED COMPANY: 

1.482,880. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 1,21 AND 31. 

GEORGE LITTLE MANAGEMENT, INC.. NEW YORK. 

NY: 

1,483.948. INT. CL. 35. 

GEORGE SHINN A ASSOC., INC.. CHARLOTTE. NC, DBA 
RUTLEDGE EDUCATION SYSTEM: 
1.483,834, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL 41. 
GEORGIA ELECTRIC COMPANY, ALBANY, GA: 

1,483.807. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 37 AND 42. 

GERBER SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENT COMPANY; THE, 
SOUTH WINDSOR. CT: 

1,162.599. CANC. INT CL. 9. 
GHIOTT DOLCIARIA DI GRAZIANO TURACCHI A 
C.S.A.S., FLORENCE. ITALY: 

1.483,728. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 
GIANT EAGLE, INC., PITTSBURGH, PA: 

1,483.790, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 36 AND 42 
GIBSON GREETINGS. INC., CINCINNATI, OH; 

1,482,974. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 4, 16. 20. 21. 26 AND 28. 
GILLESPIE. NANCY H.. NOVATO. CA AND GILLESPIE. 
DAVID M., NOVATO. CA; 

1,483,388, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 



GILLETTE COMPANY. THE, BOSTON. MA: 

839.700. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 51 (INT. CL. 3). 

GLOBAL OFFICE NETWORK, INC.. LA JOLLA. CA: 
1,483,789. PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 36. 

GLOBAL SOUND SYSTEMS LIMITED, MARKHAM. ON- 
TARIO. CANADA: 

1.483,139, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 

GLOBE NEWSPAPER COMPANY, DORCHESTER. MA: 

1.483.940. INT CL. 16 

GLOUCESTER NEW COMMUNITIES COMPANY. INC., 
SWEDESBORO. NJ: 

1,158.388. CANC. INT. CL. 37. 
1.178.709, CANC. INT. CL. 37. 

GOLDEN GRAIN COMPANY, SAN LEANDRO. CA, DBA 
CHIRARDELLI CHOCOLATE CO., GOLDEN GRAIN 
MACARONI CO., SAN LEANDRO, CA, DBA GHIRAR- 
DELLI CHOCOLATE CO : 
83i,283. REN. 4-5-1988. US. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 30). 
GOLDEN RIBBON. LTD, THE, WESTON, CT; 

1,483.775. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 35. 
GOLDSMITH SHOP, INC., THE, HILTON HEAD ISLAND, 

SC: 

1,483,881, PUB. 9-29-1987 INT. CL. 42. 

GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY, THE, AKRON, 
OH: 

1,166.411, CANC. INT. CL. 12. 
1.166.442, CANC. INT. CL. 12. 

GRAND KNITTING MILLS. INC.. FARMINGDALE, NY, 
AKA THE SWEATER FACTORY: 

1,163,812, CANC. INT. CL. 25. 
GRAND UNION COMPANY, THE, ELMWOOD PARK, NJ; 

1,163,160. CANC INT CL 42 

GRANEXJE CORPORATION. THE. GLOVERSVILLE. NY; 

1,162.837, CANC. INT. CL. 25. 
GRANE. FRED C, SUMMIT, IL: 

1,359,919. CANC. INT. CL. 39. 
GRAPHIC CONTROLS CORPORATION. BUFFALO. NY: 

1.483.245. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 10, 

GRAPHIC SECURITY SYSTEMS CORPORATION. GREAT 
NECK. NY; 

1,483,866, PUB. I -12- 1988. INT. CL. 42. 
GRATRAY. INC.. ENGLEWOOD. CA; 

1.166.379, CANC. INT. CL. 11. 

GRAVELY INTERNATIONAL. INC., CLEMMONS, NC, 
STUDEBAKER CORPORATION. SOUTH BEND, IN: 
831.406. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 23 (INT. CL. 7). 
GRAY; DAVID E.. INDIALANTIC. FL. DBA JEWELRY 
DESIGN WORKSHOP; 

1.166.843. CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
GREAT TIMES, INC., RIDGEFIELD. NJ: 
1.483.587. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 

GREATE BAY HOTEL CORPORATION, SOMERS POINT, 
NJ: 

1,166.840. CANC. INT. CL. 42. 

GREEN BAY PACKERS. INC.. THE. GREEN BAY. WI: 

1,483,846. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL 41. 
GREEN GIANT COMPANY, CHASKA, MN TO PILLS- 
BURY COMPANY. THE, MINNEAPOLIS, MN; 

1,168.598. CANC INT CL. 30 
GREENBLATT, HAROLD M., STRATFORD. CT: 

1.483.574, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 

GREYHOUND TEMPORARY PERSONNEL. INC.. NEW 
YORK. NY; 

1.166,745. CANC. INT. CL, 35. 
GRID PUBLISHING. INC. COLUMBUS, OH: 

1,166,472, CANC. INT. CL 16. 
GRO-BARK, INC., DUNWOODY, GA, AKA GRO-BARK: 

1.166.708. CANC. INT. CL. 31. 



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GROB t CO. LIMITED, 8810 HORGEN, SWITZERLAND: 

840,839. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 2« (INT. CL. 7). 
GROUP HEALTH PLAN, INC.. MINNEAPOLIS, MN, DBA 
GROUP HEALTH, INC.; 

1.483.783, PUB. 11-25-1986. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 36 AND 42. 
GRUEN MARKETING CORPORATION, SECAUCUS, NJ; 

1,483,335, PUB. 10-20-1987. I>JT. CL. 14. 
GTE TELENET COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION, 
VIENNA, VA; 

1.164.942, CANC. INT. CL. 38. 
GUARDSMARK. INC.. MEMPHIS, TN; 

1,483,927, PUB. 1-12-1988, INT, CL, 42, 
GUCCI AMERICA. INC, NEW YORK, NY FROM GUCCI 
SHOPS, INC, NEW YORK. NY: 

1,483.526. PUB, 1-12-1988, INT. CL. 25. 
GUCCI SHOPS, INC.: See— 
GUCCI AMERICA, INC.. 
GULFSTREAM AMERICAN CORPORATION, SAVAN- 
NAH, GA; 

1,166,417, CANC. INT. CL. 12. 
GUND, INC. EDISON, NJ; 

1,483.406. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
GURWITZ; ARTHUR T.. DBA GURWITZ-KENT ASSOCI- 
ATES: 

1,164.751. CANC. INT. CL 28. 
H * R BLOCK. INC. KANSAS CITY. MO; 

836.459. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 101 (INT. CL. 35). 
H. G. HILL COMPANY, NASHVILLE. TN; 

1,483,708, PUB. 7-7-1987, INT. CL. 30. 
H. HEINZELMANN GMBH & CO., 7410 REUTLINGEN, 
FED REP GERMANY, FIRMA H. HEINZELMANN, 
REUTLINGEN, BADEN-WURTTEMBERG, FED REP 
GERMANY; 

824,082. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 39 (INT. CL. 25). 
H. J. HEINZ COMPANY, PITTSBURGH, PA; 

1,483,704, PUB. 3-4-1986. INT. CL. 30. 
H.K. PORTER COMPANY, INC.. PITTSBURGH. PA, B. F. 
GOODRICH COMPANY. THE. AKRON. OH: 
65.005. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 35 (INT. CL. 17). 
H4W COMPUTER SYSTEMS. INC. BOISE. ID; 

1,483.204. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL 9 
HAGGAR APPAREL COMPANY. DALLAS, TX: 

1,483,542, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
HALLMARK CARDS, INCORPORATED, KANSAS CITY. 
MO: 

1.296.169. CANC. INT. CL. 16. 
HAMCO. INCORPORATED, NEWTON, NC; 

1,370.718, CANC. INT. CL. 16. 
HAMILTON, JR.; BERT, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK, DBA 
HAMILTON ENTERPRISES: 
1,166.395, CANC. INT. CL. 11. 
HAMON-SOBELCO S.A.. BRUSSELS. BELGIUM: 

1.483.092. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 
HANCOCK GROSS, INC., NEW BRITIAN,, CT: 

1,193,925, CANC. INT. CL 11 
HANGSTERFER'S LABORATORIES, INC.. MANTUA. NJ; 

833.203. REN. 4-5-1988 U.S. CL. 15 (INT. CL. 4). 
HAPPI-STORES. INC.. MEMPHIS. TN; 

1.483.892, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
HARBOR SALES COMPANY, TROY, MI: 
1.483.278. PUB. 1-12-1988 INT. CL. II. 
HARLEQUIN ENTERPRISES LIMITED. DON MILLS, ON- 
TARIO, CANADA: 

1,483,356, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16 
HARLEY-DAVIDSON. INC., MILWAUKEE. WI: 

1.483.313. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 12. 
HARMONY (X>LD U.S.A.. INC., LOS ANGELES. CA: 

1,483.634, PUB. 9-22-1987. INT CL. 28. 
HARRELL. JAMES EDMUND. ROCKHILL, SC AND HAR- 
RELL, MARY ANN, ROCKHLL, SC: 
1,483,811, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 37. 



HARRISONS & CROSFIELD LIMITED, LONDON. ENG- 
LAND; 

1,166,690, CANC. INT. CL. 29. 

HARRISTOWN DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION. HAR- 
RISBURG. PA: 

1.166,724. CANC. INT. CL. 35. 
HARSCO CORPORATION, WORMLEYSBURG, PA; 

1,483,034, PUB. 8-18-1987. INT. CL. 6. 
HARTZ MOUNTAIN CORPORATION, THE. HARRISON, 
NJ, HARTZ MOUNTAIN PRODUCTS CORP.. NEW 
YORK. NY: 

832,021. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 31). 
HATCO CHEMICAL CORPORATION. FORDS. NJ. W R 
GRACE 4 CO.. NEW YORK, NY; 

828,089. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 6 ONT. CL. 1). 
HAWKINS, LORI M., ORCUTT. CA: 

1.483.519, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 24, 
HAYDEN, WILLIAM M,. SILVER SPRINGS, MD, DBA A/ 
E QUALITY MANAGEMENT ASSOCLiVTION; 
1.483,376. PUB, 1-12-1988, INT, CL. 16. 
HEADQUARTERS, THE, OAK BROOK, IL: 
1,163.158, CANC. INT. CL. 42. 

HEALTHCARE MEDICAL MANAGEMENT, INC., WASH- 
INGTON. DC: 

1.483.869. PUB. 9-22-1987. INT. CL. 42. 

1.483.870, PUB. 9-22-1987. INT. CL. 42. 
HEALTHCO INTERNATIONAL. INC., BOSTON, MA: 

1,483,249. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL, 10, 

HEALTHLINK. PORTLAND, OR FROM SWEDISH 
HEALTH SYSTEMS. ENGLEWOOD. CO: 

1.483.859. PUB, 4-8-1986, INT, CL, 42, 
HEATBATH CORPORATION. INDIAN ORCHARD, MA: 

832,357, REN, 4-5-1988, US, CL, 6 (INT, CL, 1), 
HEIL-QUAKER CORPORATION, LAVERGNE, TN: 

1,483,279. PUB, 1-12-1988, INT, CL, 11. 
HELENA TITUS. INC.. NEW YORK, NY: 

1,482,918. PUB 11-3-1987. INT. CL. 3. 
HELENE CURTIS. INC., CHICAGO, IL: 

1,482,967, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL 3. 
HELIX CORPORATION. BOULDER, CO; 

1,166.701, CANC. INT. CL. 30. 

HEMINGWAY TRANSPORT INC. NEW BEDFORD. MA: 

1.164,944, CANC. INT. CL. 39. 
HENKEL KOMMANDITGESELLSCHAFT AUF AKTIEN 
(HENKEL KGAA), DUSSELDORF, FED REP GERMA- 
NY: 

1,482,943. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS, 3 AND 5, 
HENNIG, INC, ROCKFORD, IL: 

1.483,151, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
HENRI'S FOOD PRODUCTS COMPANY, INC., MILWAU- 
KEE WI; 
840.670. REN 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (INT, CL, 29). 
HENRY VALVE COMPANY. MELROSE PARK, IL: 
832,074. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 13 (INT. CL. 6). 
HER JEWELRY CO., SAN FRANCISCO, CA; 

1.483.328, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 14 AND 42. 
HERALCORP INDUSTRIES, INC., CARLSTADT, NJ; 
1,483,559, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 

HERCON LABORATORIES CORPORATION. SOUTH 
PLAINFIELD, NJ: 

1.483,000, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL 5. 

HERCULES TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY, THE. FIND- 
LAY, OH: 

1,483,312, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 12. 
HERITAGE STORE, INC., DBA. HERITAGE PRODUCTS, 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. DBA HERITAGE PRODUCTS: 
1,258.236. CANC. INT. CL. 5. 



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HERMAN MILLER, INC., ZEELAND, MI: 

1.483,028, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 6, 9, 19 AND 20. 
HERMES OF PARIS. INC., NEW YORK. NY: 

1,162.832, CANC. INT. CL. 25. 
HERTRON INTERNATIONAL. INC.. CHARLOTTE, NC: 
1.482.965. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 
1,483,928, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
HEWITT-ROBINS INTERNATIONAL, INC.. TOTOWA. NJ: 
1.483.804. PUB. 6-19-1984 MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS 37 AND 42 
HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY. PALO ALTO. CA. 
HELD EMISSION CORPORATION. MCMINNVILLE. 
OR: 

837.529. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 26 (INT. CL. 9). 
HI-RANGER. INC.. WEUKESHA. WI. MOBILE AERIAL 
TOWERS, INC., FORT WAYNE. IN: 

832.159. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 23 (INT. CL. 7). 
HICKINBOTHAM BROS.. LTD.. STOCKTON, CA: 

1.163.182, CANC. INT CL. 42. 
HIRAM WALKER-GOODERHAM & WORTS INC., DE- 
TROIT, MI: 

1.483.756. PUB. 12-22-1987. INT. CL. 33. 
HIRSCHFELD. CORSON J . CINCINNATI. OH: 

1.483,399. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL 16. 
HISPANO-SUIZA. SAINT-CLOUD CEDEX. FRANCE. 
T H.M. SOCIETE DES TURBINES HISPANO-SUIZA ET 
S.N. MAREP, BOIS-COLOMBES, SEINE, FRANCE: 
831.391. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 23 (INT. CL. 7). 
HISTACOUNT CORPORATION. MELVILLE. NY. PRa 
FESSIONAL PRINTING COMPANY. INC., MELVILLE, 
NY: 
831,065. REN. 4-5-1988. US. CL. 37 (INT. CL. 16). 
832,544. REN, 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 37 (INT. CL. 16). 
HMH PUBLISHING CO., INC., CHICAGO, IL TO PLAY- 
BOY ENTERPRISES, INC.. CHICAGO. IL: 
869,533, CANC. U.S. CL. 101 
HOBEKA FENSTERFABRIK GMBH A CO.. MUNICH. FED 
REP GERMANY: 

1.483.031. PUB. 1-12- I9S8. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 6 AND 19 

HODGES. THOMAS E., SMYRNA. GA. DBA TREND 
RECORDS: 

832,921 REN 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 36 (INT CL. 9). 
HOECHST CELANESE CORPORATION, NEW YORK. NY. 
CELANESE CORPORATION. NEW YORK. NY: 

832,787. REN 4-5-1988 US. CL. 6 (INT. CL. 1). 
HOECHST CELANESE CORPORATION. NEW YORK, NY: 

1,483.505. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 22. 
HOECHST-ROUSSEL PHARMACEUTICALS INC.. SOM- 
ERVILLE. NJ: 

1,483.014. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 5. 
HOFHEIMERS. INC.. NORFOLK. VA: 

1.162.825. CANC INT CL. 25. 
HOLMATRO. INC.. MILLERSVILLE. MD: 

1,483.059, PUa 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 
HOLMQUIST, MARSHA IRMA. SAN FRANCISCO. CA: 

1.483.477. PUB. I-I2-1988. INT CL. 20. 
HOLSET ENGINEERING COMPANY LIMITED, TURN- 
BRIDGE. HUDDERSFIELD. ENGLAND: 

1.166,419. CANC. INT. CL. 12. 
HOME SHOPPING NETWORK. INC.. CLEARWATER, FL: 

1.483,835. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 41 
HOME TEAM ADVANTAGE, CORVALLIS. OR: 

1.483.162, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 9. 
HOMEOWNER'S INCOME PROTECTION BUREAU OF 
PENNSYLVANIA INC.. FEASTERVILLE. PA. DBA 
MONEYMASTER: 

1.483.778. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 35. 
HOPE INDUSTRIES. INC.. NEW YORK. NY: 

1.483,348, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 14. 



HOPP TOPP MFG.. INC.. MASCOUTAH. IL: 

1.166.444. CANC. INT. CL 12 
HORIZON DESIGNS, INC., KEARNEY. NE: 

1.483.452. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 18. 

HORN ABBOT LTD.. ST. CATHARINES. ONTARIO, 

CANADA: 

1.483,629. PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
HOTEL EMPLOYEES & RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES 

INTERNATIONAL UNION. WASHINGTON. DC: 

1.483.929. PUB. 1-12-1988. U.S. CL B. 

1.483.930. PUB I-I2-1988. U.S. CL. B 

HOTEL EQUITIES. CHICAGO, IL, HYATT CORPORA- 
TION OF AMERICA. BURLINGAME. CA: 

827.330. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 100 (11^. CL. 42). 

HPM CORPORATION. MOUNT GILEAD. OH. KOEHRING 
COMPANY. MILWAUKEE. WI: 

833.991. REN. 4-5-1988. US CL. 23 (INT. CL. 7). 

833.992. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 23 (INT. CL. 7). 
HUB DISTRIBUTING. INC.. ONTARIO. CA: 

1,483,582. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 25. 
HUK-A-POO SPORTSWEAR. INC . SECAUCUS. NJ: 
1,166.595. CANC. INT. CL. 25. 

HUME FINANCIAL SERVICES. INC.. LOS ANGELES, CA, 
DBA HUME & ASSOCIATES: 

1.483,361, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
HUTHWAITE, INC.. PURCELLVILLE, VA: 

1,483,368, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 16 AND 41. 

HYDRAULICS UNLIMITED MANUFACTURING COMPA- 
NY, EATON. CO: 

1.166.429. CANC. INT. CL. 12. 
HYLSA. S.A.. MONTERREY. N.L.. MEXICO: 

1.166.805. CANC MULTIPLE CLASS. INT CLS. 41 
AND 42. 

HYMAN PRODUCTS CO.. INC.. MARYLAND HEIGHTS, 
MO: 

1,483.469. PUB. 9-22-1987. INT. CL. 20. 
H20Z0NE, INC.. BOULDER. CO: 

1.483.275. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 11. 
ICOTE INTERNATIONAL, INC.. BELLE MEAD. NJ: 

1.483.464. PUB 1-12-1988. INT CL. 19. 
IDEASSOCIATES. INC.. BILLERICA. MA: 

1.483.118. PUB. 3-4-1986. INT, CL. 9. 

1.483.119. PUB. 2-25-1986. INT CL 9 
IDITAROD TRAIL COMMITTEE. INC.. WASILLA. AK: 

1.483,830. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 41. 
IDROTERME DI VILLASOR SPA.. CAGLIARI. ITALY: 

1.483.745. PUB. 1-12-1988 INT CL. 32. 
IFC NONWOVENS, INC.. JACKSON, TN; 

1.483.492, PUB 1-12-1988 INT CL. 21. 

1.483.493. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 21. 

IGI St. IGI SPA., ELLERA DI CORCIANO (PERUGIA), 
ITALY; 

1,483,556, PUB. 1-12-1988. I?^. CL. 25. 
IGLOO PRODUCTS CORP., HOUSTON. TX: 

I.483.50I. PUB. 1-12-1988 INT CL. 21. 
IMC MAGNETICS CORP.. JERICHO. NY; 

1.483,073, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 7. 9. 11 AND 12 

IMPERIAL SCHRADE CORP , NEW YORK. NY. IMPERI- 
AL KNIFE ASSOCIATED COMPANIES. INC.. PROVI- 
DENCE. RI: 
835.447. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL 23 (INT. CL. 8). 
IMPERIAL TOBACCO LIMITED. HARTCLIFFE. BRIS- 
TOL. ENGLAND: 

1,483.759. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 34. 
IMPERIAL TOY CORPORATION. LOS ANGELES, CA: 
1.483,661, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 



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IMPRESSIONS CUSTOM WINDOW TREATMENTS, INC., 
ROSEMONT. IL: 

1,483,517, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 24. 
IMRS INC., STAMFORD, CT: 

1,483.168. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
IN-FISHERMAN INC.. BRAINERD. MN: 
1,483.844. PUB. 12-8-1987. INT. CL. 41. 
INDEPENDENT PRODUCTS COMPANY. INC.. WEST 
POINT. PA. TA INDEPENDENT PRODUCTS CO., INC.. 
TA IPC. INC.. AND TA IPC: 

1.483,468, PUB. 11-3-1987. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 20. 21. 22 AND 26. 
INDIAN HEAD INDUSTRIES. INC.. SOUTHFIELD. MI; 
1,483,036, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 6 AND 17 
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING CORPORATION, ROCKVILLE, 
MD: 

1,483.827. PUB. 10-7-1986. INT. CL. 41. 
INDUSTRIAS CAMPORESI S.A.C.I.F.I., PROVINCE OF 
BUENOS AIRES, CASEROS. BUENO, ARGENTINA: 
1.162.473. CANC. INT. CL. 7. 
INFORMATICS. INC.. WCXJDLAND HILLS, CA 

1.166,344, CANC. INT. CL. 9. 
INFORMATION FOR PUBLIC AFFAIRS. INC.. SACRA- 
MENTO. CA: 

1.483.918. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
INFORMIX SOFTWARE, INC., MENLO PARK, CA: 

1,483,227, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
INGRAM INDUSTRIES INC., NASHVILLE, TN, INGRAM 
CORPORATION, NEW ORLEANS, LA; 

832.716. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 105 ONT. CL. 39). 

832.717. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 105 (INT. CL. 39). 
INNER SECRETS. INC.. HOBOKEN. NJ: 

1,483.557. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
INNOVATIVE SAMPLING TECHNOLOGIES INCORPO- 
RATED. JAMESBURG. NJ; 

1.482.959. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 
INSTRUMENTATION LABORATORY INC., LEXINGTON, 

MA: 

1.166.346. CANC. INT. CL. 9. 
INTER-COLLEGIATE HOLIDAYS, INC., NEW YORK, r^Y: 

1.164.946. CANC. INT. CL. 39. 
INTERA COMPANY. LTD., CLEVELAND, TN; 
1,483,240, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 10. 
1,483,242. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 10. 
INTERAND CORPORATION. CHICAGO. IL: 

1.483.203. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
INTERCHEZ, INC., NEW YORK, NY; 

1,166,855. CANC. IffT. CL. 42. 
INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFERENCE OF FACULTY REP- 
RESENTATIVES, SCHAUMBURG, IL; 
1,483,365. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
INTERMAGNUM S.A.. PARIS. FRANCE: 
1,483.815. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 38 
INTERMETRO INDUSTRIES CORPORATION. WILKES 
BARRE. PA: 
1.483.032, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 6. 11. 12. 20, 21 AND 22. 
INTERMETRO INDUSTRIES CORPORATION. WILKES- 
BARRE, PA; 

1,483.039. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 6, 1 1. 12. 20. 21 AND 22. 
INTERNATIONAL BEAUTY DISTRIBUTORS. INC., GAR- 
DENA, CA: 

1.483,102. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS 8, 11 AND 21. 
INTERNATIONAL CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE. 
INC.. TARZANA. CA: 

1.483.011. PUB. 12-29-1987. IJ>JT. CL. 5. 
INTERNATIONAL COATINGS, INC.. GERMANTOWN, 
TN; 

1,483,466, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 19. 



INTERNATIONAL COMPUTER PRODUCTS AND COM- 
PONENTS, INC., EUGENE, OR; 
1,483,175, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 

INTERNATIONAL CUBE CORPORATION, SYRACUSE 

NY: 

1,483,381, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 

INTERNATIONAL FRANCHISE ASSOCIATION. CHICA- 
GO. IL: 

832.560. REN. 4-5-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. U.S. CLS. 
38 (INT. CL. 16) AND 200. 
INTERNATIONAL GAMES, INC., JOLIET, IL: 
1,483.659. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 

INTERNATIONAL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH 
CORPORATION. NEW YORK. NY: 
1.166.401. CANC. INT. CL. 11. 

INTERNATIONAL TROPIC-CAL, INC., LOS ANGELES, 
CA: 

1,483,194, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 

INTERPROCESS SYSTEMS, INCORPORATED, ATLAN- 
TA, GA; 

1,166.831, CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
INTERSTATE BRANDS CORPORATION, KANSAS CITY, 
MO: 

1,483,736. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 
INVERNESS CORPORATION, FAIR LAWN, NJ; 

1.483,101. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 8. 
IRVING-CLOUD PUBLISHING COMPANY, THE, CHICA- 
GO, IL; 

1,483,370, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
ITEK CORPORATION, LEXINGTON, MA; 

1,166,340. CANC. INT. CL. 9. 

1,166.345, CANC. INT. CL. 9. 
ITHACA INDUSTRIES, INC., WILKESBORO, NC, C. W. 
ANDERSON HOSIERY COMPANY, CLINTON, SC: 

828,242. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 39 ONT. CL. 25). 
ITT CORPORATION, NEW YORK, NY; 

1,483,076. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 

1.483.277. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. II. 

1,483.283. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. II. 
IVOR SHAW LIMITED, DERBY, ENGLAND: 

1,483.232. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 10. 
J. & L. ADIKES. INC.. JAMAICA. NY: 

840,261. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 6 (INT. CL. 5). 
J. C. PENNEY COMPANY. INC., NEW YORK. NY: 

1,483,608, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
J. MARTTIININ PUUKKOTCHDAS OY, ROVANIEMl. 
FINLAND; 

1,483,097, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 8. 
J. W. H * M, CORPORATION. RICHFIELD, OH, AKA 
HOLIDAY INN OF CLEVELAND-SOUTH: 

1,166.842, CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
J. W. LURES, INC., JACKSONVILLE, FL: 

1.166,671. CANC. INT. CL. 28. 
J.C. PENNEY COMPANY. INC., NEW YORK. NY; 

1.483.614. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
J.E.B. CORPORATION. LOS ANGELES. CA; 

1.483.612, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
J.K. FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS. INC., ST. PETERSBURG, 
FL: 

1,347,415, CANC. INT. CL. 9. 
J.L.M. ADVERTISING. E. MEADOW, fJY: 

1,483.957. INT. CL. 42. 
JR. INDUSTRIES, INC., SEATTLE, WA; 

1,483,576. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
JACKSON. ANDREW H. JR., BELLEVILLE, IL, DBA 
JACKSON CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC; 

1,439,585, CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
JACOB * TIFFIN INC., CLANTON, AL; 
, 1.166,628. CANC. INT. CL. 28. 



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JACQUES FAREL LIMITED. HONG KONG. HONG 
KONG: 

1.483,340, PUB. I-I2-I988. INT. CL. 14. 
JACQUES JUGEAT, INC., NEW YORK. NY: 

1,483.487. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 21. 

JAHN; KATHY M., NAPERVILLE, IL, DBA CENTER 
TYPING SERVICE: 

1,166.747, CANC. INT. CL. 35. 
JAMES A GEORGE STODART LIMITED. DUMBARTON, 
DUNBARTONSHIRE, SCOTLAND: 
834,508. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 49 (INT. CL. 33). 
JAN STUART INC.. SAN JOSa CA. AKA NEW THINGS: 

1.163.185. CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
JASPER TEXTILES. INC.. LUMBERTON. NC: 

1.483,562. PUB. 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 25. 
JEAN RODIN S.A.R.L . MONTPELLIER. FRANCE: 

1.483.442. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS 18 AND 25. 
JELDEN. KENNETH L.. ESCONDIDO. CA. DBA JELDEN 
COMPANY AND JELDEN. ROXYE L.. ESCONDIDO, 
CA: 

1.482.972. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 4. 
JENCOL. INC.. CINCINNATI. OH: 

1.483,919. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 

JENSEN. PARKER. ONAN ALLIANCE, INC., MILFORD. 
MI: 

1.483,772. PUB. 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 35. 
JESTO INDUSTRIES, INC , TAMPA, FL: 

1,166,783, CANC. INT. CL. 37. 
JMP-NEWCOR, INC.. NORTHBROOK. IL: 

1.483.484. PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 21. 

1.483.485. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 21. 

JOHN B TEBBETTS. M D . F A C S . DALLAS. TX: 

1.483.907, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
JOHN E. FOX, INC . CHARLOTTE. NC: 

1.483.093. PUB 1-12-1988 INT CL 7 
JOHN JAMES MURPHY. WEST MILFORD. NJ: 

1.483.848. PUB. I-I2-I988. INT CL. 41 
JOHNS PHOTO SERVICE. BIRMINGHAM. AL: 

1.164.957, CANC. INT. CL. 40. 

JOHNNIES CHARCOAL BROILER, INC., OKLAHOMA 
CITY, OK: 

1,483,899, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
JOHNSON & JOHNSON, NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ: 

1.166.348. CANC. INT. CL 10. 
JOHNSON, LINDA CHUBBUCK, CONCORDIA, KS: 

1.483,588, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
JOLLY JOYCE AGENCY, PHILADELPHIA, PA: 

1,483.826. PUB. 8-9-1983. INT. CL. 41. 
JOLLY SWAGMAN. SANTA MONICA, CA: 

1,483,471. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 20. 
JONES, JESSIE, CHICAGO, IL: 

1,483.181. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
JOSEPH BRODY A BROS.. INC.. CHICAGO. IL: 

431.494 REN 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 39 (INT. CL. 25). 

JOSEPH CLARK LABORATORIES LIMITED, LONDON 
ECIA 7HU, ENGLAND: 

1,482.910, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT 
CLS. 3, 18 AND 25. 

JOY ART. LTD., CHICAGO. IL: 

1,483,852, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 41. 

JOYCE LESLIE, INC . NEW YORK. NY: 
1.483.620. PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 

JUDY ANN OF CALIFORNIA, INC.. LOS ANGELES. CA: 

1.483,524. PUB. 8-13-1985. INT. CL. 25. 

1,483.609. PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
JULTAK. SELMA L.. DENVER, CO: 

1,483.400. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 



JUST ONE GOOD IDEA, SEATTLE, WA: 

1.483.668, PUB. 1-12-1988 INT CL. 28. 

1.483.669. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 

1.483.674, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 

1.483.675. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 

JUST SAY NO PROGRAMS, INC., SAN DIEGO, CA: 
1.483.735. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 

JUVENILE SHOE CORPORATION OF AMERICA; THE. 
AURORA. MO: 

1.166,611. CANC. INT CL. 25. 

K. HOFFMANN GMBH, PLETTENBERG, FED REP GER- 
MANY: 

1,483,423, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 17. 
K.T.D. COMPANY. INC.. ATLANTA. GA: 

1.163.146. CANC. INT. CL 42. 

KABUSHIKI KAISHA KOBAYASHI KOSE. CHUO-KU, 
TOKYO. JAPAN: 

840.628. REN 4-5-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. U.S. CLS. 
51 (INT. CL. 3) AND 52 (INT CL. 3). 
KABUSHIKI KAISHA TOSHIBA. KAWASAKI-SHI. KAN- 
AGAWA-KEN. JAPAN. TA TOSHIBA CORPORATION: 
1.483.144. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
KAI LEE CO. (USA) INC.. NEW YORK. NY: 

1,483.454. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 18. 
KALSEC, INC.. KALAMAZOO. MI: 

1.483.710. PUB. 2-3-1987. INT. CL. 30. 
KAMBLY AG. BISCUITSFABRIK (KAMBLY S A.. FABRI- 
QUE DE BISCUITS). TRUBSCHACHEN. SWITZER- 
LAND: 

1.483.733. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 

KANEBO KABUSHIKI KAISHA (KANEBO, LTD.), 
TOKYO, JAPAN: 

1.483.514, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 24. 

1.483.515, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 24 
KANEGAFUCHI KAGAKU KOGYO KABUSHIKI 

KAISHA. KITAKU. OSAKA. JAPAN, DBA KANEGAfOJ- 
CHI CHEMICAL INDUSTRY COMPANY, LTD , STRAT- 
FORD. INC.. MINNEAPOLIS. MN: 

842.514. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 40 (INT. CL. 26). 
KANGAROOS USA. INC.. CHESTERFIELD, MO: 

1.483.555, PUB. 6-16-1987. INT. CL. 25. 
KAWAI MUSICAL INSTRUMENT MANUFACTURING 
CO., LTD , HAMAMATSU. JAPAN: 

834.498. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL 36 (INT. CL. 15). 
KEARNEY-NATIONAL. INC.. ATLANTA, GA: 

1.166.343. CANC INT. CL. 9. 
KEDCO CORPORATION. SAN BERNARDINO. CA: 

1.483.806. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 37. 
KELLOGG COMPANY. BATTLE CREEK. MI: 

1.483.719. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL 30. 
KEMOVIT A/S, HELLERUP. DENMARK: 

1,483.001. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 5 AND 31. 
KENDALL COMPANY. THE. BOSTON. MA: 

1.483.433. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 17. 
KEROTECH INC., TORRINGTON, CT: 
1,166,409, CANC INT. CL 11. 

KERR-MCGEE REFINING CORPORATION. OKLAHOMA 
CITY. OK: 

1,482,971, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 4. 

KETTERING HEALTH CARE INC.. KETTERING. OH. 
DBA KETTERING BREAST EVALUATION CENTER: 

1.483.896, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
KETTLE MARAINE, INC., WINONA, MN: 

1,166.858, CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
KEW. INCORPORATED. NORWALK. CT: 

1.166.801. CANC. INT. CL. 40. 
KFC CORPORATON, LOUISVILLE.. KY: 

907,307, CANC. U.S. CL. 100. 



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KICE INDUSTRIES, INC.. WICHITA, KS: 

1,483,055, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 7 AND 11. 
KICKS UNLIMITED, INC., BLOOMINGTON, MN: 

1.416.000, CANC. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT CLS 25 
AND 28. 
KIDDE RECREATION PRODUCTS, INC., NORTHBROOK. 
IL: 

1.483,639, PUB. 5-12-1987. INT. CL. 28. 
KIMBERLY-CLARK CORPORATION, WILMINGTON, DE: 

1,483,253, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 10. 
KINCO INTERNATIONAL, INC., PORTLAND, OR: 

1,483.521. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 24. 
KING BROS. INDUSTRIES. INC.. VALENCIA, CA: 

1,483,271, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 11. 
KINNEY SHOE CORPORATION, NEW YORK, NY, EDU- 
CATOR SHOE CORPORATION OF AMERICA. THE, 
NEW YORK, NY: 
435,204. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 39 (INT. CL. 25). 
KIT MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LONG BEACH, CA: 

1,166,443, CANC. INT. CL. 12. 
KITCHEN QUARTERBACK ENTERPRISES, PITTS- 
BURGH, PA: 

1,483,944, INT. CL. 25. 
KITTRICH CORPORATION, LOS ANGELES, CA: 

1,483,509, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 24. 
KIWI BRANDS INC., DOUGLASSVILLE, PA: 

1,482,946, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 
KNICKERBOCKER TOY COMPANY. INC., MIDDLESEX, 

NJ: 

1,307,597. CANC. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. CLS. 3 AND 
28. 
KNIGHT ENERGY SYSTEMS, INC., KINSTON, NC: 

1,166,394, CANC. INT. CL. 11. 
KNIRPS INTERNATIONAL GMBH, D 5650 SOLINGEN 15, 
FED REP GERMANY, TELESCO BROPHEY LIMITED, 
MONTREAL 11, QUEBEC, CANADA: 
836,000. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 41 (INT. CL. 18). 
KNIRPS INTERNATIONAL GMBH. WEYERSTRASSE 277, 
D 5650 SOLINGEN 15, FED REP GERMANY, TELESCO 
BROPHEY LIMITED, MONTREAL 11, QUEBEC, 
CANADA: 

836,003. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 41 (INT. CL. 18). 
KO-PORT TRADING, INC., TORRANCE, CA: 

1,483,217, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 9. 
KOLON INTERNATIONAL CORP.. SEOUL. REPUBLIC 
OF KOREA: 

1.483,578. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
KOLTUN; FRANCES, NEW YORK. NY: 

1,166.459, CANC. INT. CL. 16. 
KONAMl INC.. WOOD DALE, IL: 

1,483,660, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
KONICOV, BARRIE, ALTO, MI: 

1,483,198, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
KORO COMPANY. INC.. SADDLE BROOK. NJ: 

1.483.250. PUB. 1-I2-I988. INT. CL. 10. 
KOZAK; EDWARD J . SHREVEPORT. LA, DBA KOZAK 

MUSIC: 

1,164.975. CANC. INT. CL. 41. 
KRANSCO. SAN FRANCISCO, CA: 

1,483,646, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
1,483,665, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
KROGER CO., THE, CINCINNATI, OH: 

1.483,692, PUB. 11-3-1987. INT. CL. 29. 
KUWAIT PETROLEUM CORPORATION, LONDON, 
UNITED KINGDOM: 

1,482,866, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 1, 4 AND 16 
KWIK FRIES INTERNATIONAL, INC., COLORADO 
SPRINGS, CO: 
1.483.959. INT. CL. 42. 



KWIK-KOPY CORPORATION, CYPRESS, TX: 

1.483,410, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
KWIKSET CORPORATION. ANAHEIM. CA: 

1.483.030. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 6. 
L. LAMBERTI SPA.. MILAN. ITALY: 

1.482.903, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 2. 

1.482.904. PUB. 1-12-1988. IKT. CL. 2. 

LA MANZANILLERA FOOD PROCESSING. INC.. OPA- 
LOCKA. FL: 

1.483.731. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 

LA RETAMA HUNTING & FISHING INC.. BROWNS- 
VILLE, TX: 

1,166,796, CANC. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. CLS. 39 
AND 42. 
LA-Z-BOY CHAIR COMPANY, MONROE, Ml: 
1,483,478, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 20 

LABORATOIRES CHAUVIN-BLACHE, MONTPELLIER 
FRANCE: 

1,482,981, PUB. 2-28-1984. INT. CL. 5. 

LACYEE GAMES INC., CONSUL, SASKATCHEWAN 
CANADA: 

1,483,647, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28 
LAERDAL MEDICAL CORPORATION, ARMONK, NY: 

1,483,167, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
LAKEWOOD PUBLICATIONS, INC , CHICAGO, IL FROM 
LAKEWOOD PUBLICATIONS, INC., MINNEAPOLIS, 
MN: 

1,483,359, PUB. 10-20-1987. INT. CL. 16. 

LAKEWOOD PUBLICATIONS, INC.: See— 

LAKEWOOD PUBLICATIONS, INC.. 
LAMBERT CORPORATION, ORLANDO, FL: 
1,483,462, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 19. 

LANCO, INC., WILMINGTON, DE. LANE BRYANT, INC., 
NEW YORK, NY: 

829,133. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 39 (INT. CL. 25). 
LAND OLAKES, INC., ARDEN HILLS, MN: 

1,483,720, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 
LANGSCHULTZ, CHARLES E., N. PLAINFIELD, NJ: 

1,483,820, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 39. 

LANMAN & KEMP-BARCLAY & CO. INCORPORATED. 
WESTWOOD. NJ: 

1.483,010, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 
LASALLE NATIONAL BANK. CHICAGO, IL: 

1,483.784. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 36. 
LAURA LUPTON. INC.. ROWAYTON. CT: 

1,482,908. PUB. 4-23-1985. INT. CL. 3. 

LAWN SERVICE AMERICA. INC., POMPANO BEACH, 
FL: 

1.163.167. CANC. INT. CL. 42. 

1.163.168. CANC. INT. CL. 42. 

LAWRENCE ENGINEERING AND SUPPLY. INC.. BUR- 
BANK, CA: 

1,483,037, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL 6 
LEAD YEAR ENTERPRISE CO., LTD., TAIPEI, TAIWAN: 

1,483,122, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
LEAF CONFECTIONERY, INC., CHICAGO, IL: 

1.166,698. CANC. INT. CL. 30. 

LEE ENTERPRISES, INCORPORATED, DAVENPORT, lA 

1.163.186, CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
LEE'S HOAGIE HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA. PA: 

1.483.880. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 

LEEDS FURNITURE, INC. #1, DEARBORN, MI, DBA R J 
LEEDS #1: 

1,483,867, PUB. I-I2-1988. INT. CL. 42. 

LENINGRAD MACHINE BUILDING ASSOCIATED 
WORKS "SPUTNIK", LENINGRAD, SOVIET UNION: 
1,483,103, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT 
CLS. 8, 9, 1 1 AND 28. 



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LEPCZYK; BILLIE. MCLEAN, VA. DBA MOVEMENT DY- 
NAMICS FOUNDATION: 

1.166.816. CANC. INT. CL. 41. 

1.166.817. CANC. INT. CL. 41. 

1.166.818. CANC. INT. CL. 41. 

1.166.819. CANC. INT. CL. 41. 

LES CHAUSSURES DE L'ESTRIE LIMITEE - ESTRIE 
FOOTWEAR LIMITED, ST. LAURENT. CANADA: 
1.163,832, CANC. INT. CL. 25. 
LESIEUR-COTELLE, BOULOONE-BILLANCOURT, 

FRANCE: 

1,482,915. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 
LEVrrON MANUFACTURING COMPANY, INC.. LITTLE 
NECK, NY: 

1,483,939, INT. CL. 9. 
LEVY, ERIC, NEW YORK. NY AND LEVY. LISA, NEW 
YORK, NY: 

1.483.440, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 18. 
LEWART COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OH, BEYER, LEWIS 
R., CLEVELAND, OH. DBA THE LEWART COMPANY: 
835,496. REN 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 37 (INT. CL. 16). 
LICO-SPORTSCHUHFABRIKEN LINK St. CO GMBH. 
SCHNEY. LICHTENFELS, FED REP GERMANY: 
1,162,831, CANC. INT. CL. 25. 
LIFE INSTRUMENTS, INC.. HINSDALE, IL: 

1.163,064, CANC. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT CLS. 37 
AND 42. 
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA. THE. RICH- 
MOND, VA: 

1.483.786, PUB. 1-20-1987. INT. CL. 36. 

LIFE OFFICE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION, INC., AT- 
LANTA, GA: 

1,483.924. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 42. 
LIFE, MIND A BODY. INC.. SAN FRANCISCO. CA: 

1,162,601, CANC. INT. CL. 10. 
LIFECORE BIOMEDICAL, INC., MINNEAPOLIS, MN: 

1.482,884. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 1. 
LIFETIME CUTLERY CORPORATION, BROOKLYN, NY: 

1,483,098, PUB. 10-28-1986. INT. CL. 8. 
LIFETIME PRODUCTS, INC., OGDEN, UT: 

1,483.676, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
LIGHTOLIER INCORPORATED, JERSEY CITY. NJ: 

1.483.257, PUB. 12-30-1986. INT. CL. 11. 
LINCOLN ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, INC., CANAS- 
TOTA, NY: 

1.483,465, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 19. 
LINDSEY RICE MILL, INC., WALLER, TX: 

1,483,739, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 
LINEA SUPREMA DORANDY, INC., LOS ANGELES, CA: 

1,483.713, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 
LINKDATA, INC., UNION, NJ: 

1.483.111, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 

1.483.112, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 

LINWEAVE INC . HOLYOKE, MA. AMERICAN WRITING 
PAPER COMPANY, INCORPORATED, HOLYOKE, MA: 
230,948. REN 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 37 (INT. CL. 16). 
LION CONSOLIDATED INDUSTRIES, INC.. CHAR- 
LOTTE, NC: 

1,482,879. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 1, 2, 3 AND 7. 
LIQUI-BOX CORPORATION, WORTHINGTON, OH: 

1,483,499, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 21. 
LOGAN ELECTRONICS, S.R.L., POTENZA, ITALY: 

1,166,453, CANC. INT. CL. 15. 
LONG ISLAND JEWISH-HILLSIDE MEDICAL CENTER, 
NEW HYDE PARK, NY: 

1,166,808, CANC. INT. CL. 41. 
LORILLARD. INC., NEW YORK, NY: 

1,483,758, PUB. 10-20-1987. INT. CL. 34. 
1. 483.761, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 34. 



LOS ANGELES JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, 
THE, LOS ANGELES, CA: 

1,483,831, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 41. 

LOTUS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, CAMBRIDGE, 
MA: 

1,483,191, PUB. I-I2-I988. INT. CL. 9. 

LOUIS RENNER GMBH & CO., STUTTGART, FED REP 
GERMANY: 

1.483,350, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 15 
LSI LIGHTING SYSTEMS INC., CINCINNATI, OH: 

1,483,178, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
LUBE ON THE MOVE, INC., BALTIMORE, MD: 

1,483,814, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 37. 

LUCANDER; HENRY, NEW YORK, NY, DBA LUCANDER 
A COMPANY: 

1,166,697, CANC. INT. CL. 30. 
LUniAN, INC., MACEDONIA, OH: 

1,166,377, CANC. IfOT. CL. 11. 
LUIGI LAVAZZA SPA., TURIN, ITALY: 

1,483,723, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 
LUMBER ENTERPRISES. INC.. GALLATIN GATEWAY, 

MT: 

1,483,809, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 37 
LUMMUS INDUSTRIES, INC., COLUMBUS, GA: 

1,483,079, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 
LUMONICS INC., KANATA, ONTARIO, CANADA: 

1,483,120. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 9. 
LUXO LAMP CORPORATION, PORT CHESTER. NY: 

1,483,288, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 11. 
LYNN, JAMES E., CANTON, NC: 

1,483,330, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 14. 
MAR, PHOENIX, AZ: 

1,483,925, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
M. RUBIN & SONS, INC., NEW YORK, NY: 

1,483,566, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 25. 

M.C. HYOrr TOOL CO. LTD., MONTREAL, QUEBEC, 
CANADA: 

1,483,057, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 
M.C.S.S. LTD., FARMINGTON HILLS, MI: 
1,483,084, PUB. 1-12-1988 11^ CL. 7. 

MACIAS, RICK L., COMMERCE CITY, CO, DBA TR 
TRUCK REPAIR: 

1,483,808, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 37. 
MACK TRUCKS, INC., ALLENTOWN, PA: 

1,483,026, PUB. 3-6-1984. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. CLS. 
6,7,9, 11, 12, 14, 17, 22 AND 27. 
MADSEN, RICHARD A., WOODBURY, MN: 

1,483,050, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 
MAGMAN INTERNATIONAL PTY LIMITED, CROWS 
NEST, NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA, TA AYERS 
A JAMES: 

1,483,367, PUB. lO-fr-1987. INT. CL. 16. 
MAI ENTERPRISES, INC., VALENCIA, CA: 

1.483.397, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 

1.483.398, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
MAIDENFORM. INC , NEW YORK, NY: 

835.526. REN 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 39 (INT. CL. 25). 

836.341. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 39 (INT. CL. 25). 
MAJESTIC. MODERN HOSE INC.: Str— 

ACCUFLEX INDUSTRIAL HOSE, INC.. 
MAKER. TOM, BOLTON, MA: 

1,483,937, INT. CL. 9 
MALLORY RANDALL CORPORATION, NEW YORK, NY: 

1,166.740, CANC. INT. CL. 35. 

MANAGEMENT COMPUTER CONTROLS, INC., MEM- 
PHIS. TN: 

1.483.372. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 16, 35 AND 42. 



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MANCO, INC., CLEVELAND, OH: 

1,483,411, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
MANHATTAN INDUSTRIES, INC., NEW YORK, NY: 

1,483,605, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
MANNA; CHARLES, DOBBS FERRY, S\. DBA HEAVEN: 

1,164,978, CANC. INT. CL. 41. 
MANUFACTURERS TECHNOLOGIES, INC., WEST 
SPRINGFIELD, MA: 

1,483,938, INT. CL. 9. 
MANVILLE CORPORATION, DENVER, CO, HOLO- 
PHANE COMPANY, INC.. NEW YORK, NY: 

837,477. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 21 (INT. CL. 9). 
MANVILLE CORPORATION, DENVER, CO: 

1,483,197, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
MARINE HARVEST LIMITED, EDINBURGH, SCOT- 
LAND: 

1,166,705, CANC. INT. CL. 31. 
MARKEM CORPORATION, KEENE, NH: 

1.482,894, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CU 1. 
MARLENN CORPORATION, BALTIMORE, MD, DBA NA- 
TIONWIDE/MARLENN: 

1.483.002, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 

1.483.003, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 
MARLEY-WYLAIN COMPANY, THE, MISSION WOODS, 

KS: 

1,483,218, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
MARMON GROUP, INC., THE, CHICAGO, IL: 

1,483,546, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
MARS, INCORPORATED, MCCLEAN, VA, DOING BUSI- 
NESS AS M & M CANDIES: 

831,558. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 30). 
MARS, INCORPORATED, MCLEAN, VA: 

1,483,717, PUB. 7-21-1987. INT. CL. 30. 
MARSHALL GAS CONTROLS, INC., SAN MARCOS, TX: 

1,483,290. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 11. 
MARSHALL-BROWNING INTERNATIONAL CORPORA- 
TION. WOODBURY, CT: 

1,483,347, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 14. 
MARTIN M. FRANKEL, INC., ALLENTOWN, PA, AKA 
THE FASHION ARRIVAL: 

1,166,833, CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
MARTIN STONE QUARRIES, INC., BECHTELSVILLE, 
PA: 

1,483,459, PUB. 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 19. 
MARUISHI CYCLE (AMERICA) CORP.. RAHWAY, NJ: 

1,166,415, CANC INT. CL. 12. 
MARUZEN SEWING MACHINE CO., LTD., MORIGUCHI 
CITY, OSAKA, JAPAN: 

1,483,061, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 
MARYGROVE COLLEGE, DETROIT, MI: 

1,164,974, CANC. INT. CL. 41. 
MARYLAND CUP CORPORATION, OWINGS MILLS, MD: 

1,483,714, PUB. 10-27-1987. INT. CL. 30. 
MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL, THE, 
BOSTON, MA: 

1.483,886. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
MASTER WELL COMB COMPANY, PALATINE, IL: 

1,482,968, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 
MASTER'S DESIGNS, INC., THE, RINGGOLD, GA: 

1,166,837, CANC. INT CL. 42. 
MATISE, MARY ELLEN, WALDEN, NY: 

1,483,362, PUB. 9-15-1987. INT. CL. 16. 
MAYWAH TRADING, INC., NEW YORK, NY: 

1,483,584, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
MCCOY, KENNETH DALE, VANCOUVER, WA: 

1,483,922, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
MCCREADY, DAVID F., ALTOONA, PA: 

1,482,896, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 1. 
MCDONNELL DOUGLAS CORPORATION, ST. LOUIS, 

MO: 

1,483.200, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 



MCGHAN MEDICAL CORPORATION, SANTA BAR- 
BARA, CA: 

1,166,354, CANC INT. CL. 10. 
MCGREGOR CORPORATION, NEW YORK, NY: 

1,483,540, PUB. 9-29-1987. INT. CL. 25. 

MCGREGOR SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE, INC., MOUNT 
MORRIS, IL: 

1,483,769, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, If^T 
CLS. 35, 41 AND 42. 
MDT DIAGNOSTIC COMPANY, TORRANCE, CA: 

1,483,237, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 10. 
MEDIQUIT, FAIR LAWN, NJ: 

1,483,862, PUB. 10-21-1986. INT. CL. 42. 
MEDSTAR COMMUNICATIONS, INC., ALLEf«rrOWN, PA 

1,483,868, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
MEDTECH GROUP, INC., THE, SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ 

1,483,236, PUB. 9-15-1987. INT CL. 10. 
MEDTRONIC, INC., MINNEAPOLIS, MN: 

1,166,349, CANC. INT. CL. 10. 

MEISSNER MANUFACTURING CO., INC., BURBANK, 
CA: 

1.483.295, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 11. 

1.483.296, PUB. 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 11. 

1.483.297, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 11. 

1.483.298, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 11. 

1.483.299, PUB 1-12-1988. INT CL 11. 

MELLER TECHNOLOGIES INC., FRANKLIN LAKES, NJ. 
DBA M.T.I. PRECISION PRODUCTS: 

1,483,230, PUB. 12-22-1987. INT. CL. 10. 
MELLEY DIESEL, CORP., MIAMI, FL: 

1,483,066, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 

MELNAK TACKLE, INC., SCARBOROUGH, ONTARIO, 
CANADA: 

1,483,648, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
MELVILLE CORPORATION, HARRISON, NY: 

1,166,617, CANC INT. CL. 25. 
MENDELSSOHN, ALAN N., SOUTHFIELD, MI: 

1,483,911, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 42. 

MERCK & CO., INC., RAHWAY, NJ, KELCO COMPANY. 
SAN DIEGO, CA: 
435,904. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 1). 
MERCK & CO., INC., RAHWAY, NJ, CALGON CORPORA 
TION, PITTSBURGH, PA: 

841,401. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 16 (INT. CL. 2). 
MERIDIAN ENTERPRISES, INC., LOS ANGELES, CA: 

834,894. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 101 (INT. CL. 35). 
MERRILL ANDERSON COMPANY, INC., THE, STRAT- 
FORD, CT: 

1,483,401, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
METAL LUBRICANTS CO., HARVEY, IL, METAL LUBRI- 
CANTS CO., CHICAGO, IL: 

840,168. REN. 4-5-1988. US CL. 52 (INT. CL. 3). 
METALLIZED PRODUCTS, INC., WINCHESTER, MA, 
NATIONAL RESEARCH CORPORATION, CAM- 
BRIDGE. MA: 
829,524. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 42 (INT. CL. 24). 
METRO-TEL CORP., SYOSSET, NY: 

1,483,127, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL 9. 

MICHEL ET MERE, INC., ENGLEWOOD, CO, DBA THE 
FRENCH CONFECTION: 

1,483,707, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 
MICHELIN & CIE (COMPAGNIE GENERALE DES ETAB- 
LISSEMENTS MICHELIN), CLERMONT-FERRAND, 
FRANCE: 

1,483,301, PUB. 10-7-1986. INT. CL. 12. 
MICRO DISPLAY SYSTEMS, INC., NORRISTOWN, PA: 

1,166,449, CANC. INT. CL. 14 
MICROPROSE SOFTWARE, INC., HUNT VALLEY, MD: 
1.483,645, PUB 9-22-1987. INT. CL. 28. 



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MID VALLEY DAIRY COMPANY. VALLEJO, CA: 

1,483.698, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, I^4T. 
CLS. 29 AND 30. 
MIDWEST RESEARCH OF MICHIGAN. INC., WALLED 
LAKE. MI FROM SAB PROMOTIONS. INC., WALLED 
LAKE, MI, DBA MIDWEST RESEARCH: 
1,483.180. PUB 1-12-1988 INT CL. 9, 
MILANI. PAUL. NORTHAMPTON. MA. DBA THE FRESH 
PASTA CO : 

1.483.721. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL 30. 
MILLER BREWING COMPANY. MILWAUKEE, WI, ERIE 
BREWING COMPANY. THE. ERIE. PA: 

831.954. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 48 (INT CL. 32). 
MILLER PHARMACAL GROUP. INC . WEST CHICAGO, 
IL, MILLER PHARMACAL COMPANY. WEST CHICA- 
GO. IL. DBA THE MILLER PHARMACAL COMPANY: 
813.340. REN. 4-5-1988 U.S. CL. 18 (INT. CL. 5). 
MILLIKEN A. COMPANY. NEW YORK. NY. DEERING 
MILLIKEN. INC.. NEW YORK, NY: 
827.394. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 42 (INT. CL. 24). 
830,230. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 42 (INT. CL. 24). 
831.131. REN. 4-5-1988 US CL. 42 (INT. CL. 24). 
831.891. REN 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 42 (INT. CL. 24). 
MILLIKEN A COMPANY. NEW YORK. NY: 

1.483.510. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 24. 

1.483.511. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 24. 
1,483.523, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 24. 

MILLSAP; ROBERT K.. PHOENIX, AZ: 

1,166,371, CANC. INT. CL. 11. 
MILTON BRADLEY COMPANY, EAST LONGMEADOW. 
MA: 

831,755 REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 22 (INT. CL. 28). 
MIMEDIS, INC., DALLAS, TX: 

1.483,336, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 14. 
MINI-PONG. INC.. OCEANSIDE. CA: 

1.243.777. CANC. INT. CL. 28. 
MINNESOTA MINING AND MANUFACTURING COMPA- 
NY. SAINT PAUL. MN: 

1,483,017. PUB. I-I2-I988. INT. CL. 5. 

1.483.088. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 

1.483.089. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 

1.483.090, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 

1.483.091, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 
1.483.247, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 10. 

MINNTECH CORPORATION. MINNEAPOLIS, MN: 

1.483.015. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 

1.483.016, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 
MISAL INDUSTRIES. INC.. DAVIE, FL: 

1.162.829. CANC. INT. CL. 25. 
MISSION PHARMACAL COMPANY. SAN ANTONIO, TX: 

1.313,064, CANC. INT CL. 5. 
MISTER A'S CALEXICO. INC.. SAN DIEGO. CA: 

1.163.149. CANC. INT. CL. 42 
MISTER KITCHEN. INC.. GREENVILLE. SC: 

1,483.730. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 
MITSUI FOODS. INC.. HACKENSACK. NJ: 

1,483.697, PUB. 9-29-1987. INT. CL. 29. 
MOBIL OIL CORPORATION, NEW YORK. NY. VACUUM 
OIL COMPANY. NEW YORK. NY: 

231.714. REN. 4-5-1988 U.S. CL. 15 (INT CL. 4). 
MOBIL OIL CORPORATION. NEW YORK. NY: 

1.483.504, PUB. 8-11-1987 INT. CL. 22. 
MOGELOF. ANDREW. DR.. STRATFORD. CT: 

1.483,920. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
MOHASCO UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE CORPORA- 
TION. AMSTERDAM, NY: 

1,483,473, PUB. 1-12-1988. 11^ CL. 20 
MOHAWK LIQUEUR CORPORATION, NOV!, MI. DBA 
GEORGE M. TIDDY & SONS. LTD.: 

834,864. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 49 (INT. CL. 33). 



MOHAWK LIQUEUR CORPORATION, NOVI, MI: 

835.717 REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 49 (INT. CL. 33). 
MONACO GROUP. INC.. THE. NORTH MIAMI BEACH, 

FL: 

1.482.955. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 
MONSANTO COMPANY. ST. LOUIS. MO: 

1.483,024, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 

1,483,437, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 17. 
MONTANA TRACTION. INC.. ANACONDA. MX: 

1,483.586. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
MOORE BUSINESS FORMS. INC.. GRAND ISLAND, NY: 

1.483,159. PUB. 8-4-1987. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. CLS. 
9 AND 16. 

MOREHOUSE INDUSTRIES. INC., FULLERTON. CA: 

1. 166.465. CANC. INT. CL, 16. 
MORINAGA & CO.. LTD.. TOKYO. JAPAN: 

1.483.718. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 30 AND 32. 

MORMAII INDUSTRIA. COMERCIO. IMPORTACAO E 
EXPORTACAO DE ARTIGOS ESPORTIVOS LTDA., 
GAROPABA. SANTA CATARINA. BRAZIL: 
1.483.561. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL 25 

MORTON; LOUIS R. GREENVILLE, SC. DBA BUDGET 
BUG: 

1,166.785. CANC. INT. CL. 37. 

MOTHERS AID OF LYING-IN HOSPITAL, CHICAGO. IL. 
OUR BABY'S FIRST SEVEN YEARS. CHICAGO. IL: 
831.221. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 101 (INT. CL. 35). 
MOTOR CLUB OF AMERICA. NEWARK. NJ: 

839.299 REN. 4-5-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. U.S. CLS. 
101 (INT. CL. 35), 102 (INT CL. 36) AND 105 (INT. 
CL. 39). 
MOTOR WHEEL CORPORATION, LANSING. MI: 
1.483.322, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 12. 

Morrs INC. OF Mississippi, water valley, ms: 

1.483.702. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 29. 
MPG CAR RENTAL. INC.. VAN NUYS, CA: 

1.166.749. CANC. INT. CL. 35. 

1.166.750, CANC. INT CL. 35. 

MPG CAR RENTAL, INC.. BEVERLY HILLS. CA: 
1.166.797. CANC. INT. CL. 39. 

MPO VIDEOTRONICS. INC.. NEW YORK. NY: 

1.483.864. PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
MR ELECTRONICS INC., UTICA, NY: 

1,166.328, CANC. INT. CL. 9. 

MR. AVO KASPAIAN, STUDIO CITY, CA: 
1.262,036. CANC. INT. CL. 42. 

MT. WASHINGTON VALLEY CHAMBER OF COM- 
MERCE, NORTH CONWAY, NH: 
1,164,979, CANC INT. CL. 41. 
MTS INTERNATIONAL, INC., ST. LOUIS, MO: 
1,483.840. PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 41. 

MURO PHARMACEUTICAL. INC.: See— 
BAUSCH & LOMB INCORPORATED. 

MURO PHARMACEUTICAL. INC.: See— 
BAUSCH A LOMB INCORPORATED 

MURRAY. SONS & COMPANY LIMITED, BELFAST 12, 
NORTHERN IRELAND: 

833,207. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 17 (INT. CL. 34). 
MYSTERE'Y NAILS. INC.. FT. LAUDERDALE. FL: 

1.482.934. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 3. 
N V. BEKAERT S.A., ZWEVEGEM, BELGIUM: 

1.483,045, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 6. 

N.V. MARCO VIVIANI DISTRIBUTION INTERNA 
TIONAL, SINT-TRUIDEN, BELGIUM: 

1,482,940, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 3 AND 25. 



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NAGY; CHARLES R.. KALAMAZOO. MI. DBA BIRD 
DROP UNLIMITED: 

1.166,626, CANC. INT. CL. 28. 
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INDUSTRIAL AND 
OFFICE PARKS, ARLINGTON, VA: 
1.483,394, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS, CHICAGO, 
IL: 

1,483.837. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 41. 
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF TRAVEL AGENTS, INC , 
BOYNTON BEACH, FL: 

1,163,129, CANC. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. CLS. 41 
AND 42. 

NATIONAL CENTER FOR COMMUNITY ACTION, INC., 
WASHINGTON, DC: 

1,163,695, CANC. INT. CL 16. 
NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, 
THE, MISSION, KS: 

1,483,616, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
NATIONAL COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC., EDEN PRAI- 
RIE, MN: 

1,483,143, PUB 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 9. 
NATIONAL CORPORATE CASH MANAGEMENT ASSO- 
CIATION. NEWTON, CT: 

1,483,383, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
NATIONAL HEALTH COUNCIL, INC., NEW YORK, NY: 

1,483,842, PUB. 1-12-1988. It^TT. CL. 41. 
NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTAL SERV- 
ICES, INC., WICHITA, KS, AKA KANSAS INDUSTRIAL 
ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES: 
1.163.060. CANC INT. CL. 37 

NATIONAL PRESTO INDUSTRIES, INC., EAU CLAIRE, 
WI: 

1,483,270, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. II. 
NATIONAL STARCH AND CHEMICAL CORPORATION, 
BRIDGEWATER, NJ: 
836,836. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 30). 
838,020. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 30). 
NATURE'S HERBS. INC., OREM, UT: 
1,483,019, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 

NATURE'S SUNSHINE PRODUCTS, INC., SPANISH 
FORK, UT: 

1,482,906, PUB. 5-22-1984. INT. CL. 3. 
NAVACO INDUSTRIES, LTD , PHILIPSBURG, PA: 

1,483.280, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 11. 
NEAL; KENNETH L., TORRANCE, CA: 

1,166,440, CANC. INT. CL. 12. 
NETEXPRESS SYSTEMS. INC.. SAN MATEO. CA: 

1,483.195, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 9. 
NEW BIKE ATHLETIC COMPANY, INC., KNOXVILLE, 
TN FROM BIKE ATHLETIC COMPANY, KNOXVILLE, 
TN; 

1.483,631, PUB. 8-18-1987. INT. CL. 28. 
NEW CHINA WORLD TRADE CORP., CHICAGO, IL: 

1.483,725. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 
NEW YORK SEWING MACHINE ATTACHMENT CORP., 
INC., NEW YORK, NY: 

1,483,065, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 
NEW AGE INDUSTRIES, INC., WILLOW GROVE, PA: 

1.483.427, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 17. 

1.483.428, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 17. 

1.483.429, PUB. 1-I2-I988. INT. CL. 17. 

1.483.430, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 17. 

1.483.431, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 17. 

1.483.432, PUB. I-I2-1988. INT. CL. 17. 

NEWCO HOLZ RUBBER COMPANY, INC., LODI, CA, 
HOLZ RUBBER COMPANY, INC., LODI. CA: 
838,799. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 35 (INT. CL. 7). 
NEWMAN, JOEL C, HUNTSVILLE. AL: 
1,483.750, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 32. 



NEWS AMERICA PUBLISHING INCORPORATED NEW 
YORK, NY: 

1,483,904. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
NEWSWEEK. INC.. NEW YORK. NY: 

1.164.981, CANC. INT. CL. 41. 

NIHON KOHDEN CORPORATION, SHINJUKU-KU 
TOKYO, JAPAN: 

1,483.229, PUB. 4-7-1987. INT. CL. 10. 

NIPPON DOOR CHECK MFG. CO, LTD.. IKUNO-KU 
OSAKA. JAPAN: 

1.483.041, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 6. 
NIPPON SHOKUBAI KAGAKU KOGYO CO LTD 
OSAKA-SHI. OSAKA, JAPAN: 

1.482,869. PUB. 2-17-1987. INT. CL. 1. 
NIRECO-BRILLING INSTRUMENTS, INC., SAN FRAN- 
CISCO, CA, DBA NB INSTRUMENTS, INC.: 
1,483,142, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
NLE INC., BIRMINGHAM, MI: 

1,483,573. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
NOMA INC., SCARBOROUGH, ONTARIO, CANADA: 
1,483,085, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 

NORCLEAN INDUSTRIER A/S, SANDEFJORD 
NORWAY: 

1,483,171, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
NORDYNE, INC., ST LOUIS, MO: 

1,483,281, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL 11. 
NORTH AMERICAN GREEN, EVANSVILLE, IN: 

1,483,077, PUB. I-I2-1988. INT. CL 7. 
NORTH AMERICAN PHILIPS CORPORATION. NEW 
YORK. NY, AIRPAX ELECTRONICS INCORPORATED 
CAMBRIDGE, MD: 
840,869. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 26 (INT. CL. 9). 
NOXELL CORPORATION. HUNT VALLEY. MD: 

834.880. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 51 (INT. CL. 3). 

834.881. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 51 (INT. CL. 3). 

1.482.924, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 

1.482.925, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 
1.482,961, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 

NTC IMPORT INC., LOS ANGELES, CA: 

1.483.344. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 14. 
NU-BRITE CHEMICAL COMPANY. INC., TAUNTON, MA: 

837,449. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 16 (INT. CL. 2). 
NU-BRITE CHEMICAL COMPANY, INC., TAUNTON. MA, 
KYANIZE PAINTS, INC., EVERETT, MA: 

841,513. REN. 4-5-1988. US CL. 16 (INT. CL. 2). 

NUGGET DISTRIBUTORS' COOPERATIVE OF AMER- 
ICA. INC.. STOCKTON. CA: 

840.639. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 52 (INT. CL. 3). 
NUGGET DISTRIBUTORS' COOPERATIVE OF AMER- 
ICA, INC., STOCKTON, CA, DBA NUGGET DISTRIBU- 
TORS, INC.: 

840,717. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 6 (INT. CL. 5). 
1,483,871, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
NUT TREE PECAN COMPANY, ALBANY. GA: 

1,483,696, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 29. 
NUTRIUS INC., BRECKSVILLE, OH, DIAMOND ALKALI 
COMPAf>rY, CLEVELAND, OH; 

840,099. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 31). 
NUTURN CORPORATION, NASHVILLE. TN: 

1,367,505, CANC. INT. CL. 12. 
O. A. DEVOLDS SONNER AS., LANGEVAG. NORWAY; 

1.162,845, CANC. INT. CL. 25. 
O'CONNOR A HANNAN, MINNEAPOLIS, MN: 

1,483,885, PUB. 1-12-1988. I?«rr. CL. 42. 
O'MALLEY LUMBER COMPANY, THE, PHOENIX, AZ: 
1.482.878, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. I, 2 AND 19. 
OBJECTS OF ART, LTD., NEW YORK. NY: 
1,483,599, PUB. I-12-I988. INT. CL. 25. 



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OBRON CORPORATION, PAINESVILLE. OH, ATLAI^TIC 
POWDERED METALS, INC , NEW YORK, NY: 

835.364 REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 14 (INT. CL. 6). 
OCCIDENTAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF CALI- 
FORNIA, LOS ANGELES, CA: 

1.166,768, CANC. INT. CL. 36. 
OHIO SEALANTS. INC., MENTOR, OH: 

1,482,865. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 1 
OLD DEERFIELD FABRICS. INC., CEDAR GROVE, NJ: 

1,483,626, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 27. 
OLIMPEX INTERNATIONAL, INC., BWI AIRPORT, MD: 

1,483.823. PUB. 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 39. 
OMELET SHOPPE, INC.. BIRMINGHAM. AL: 

1.163.166, CANC. INT CL. 42. 
OMNAR TECHNOLOGIES. INC.. SAN DIEGO. CA: 

1.483.190. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
OMNI PRODUCTS. INC., VERNON, AL, STRUCTURAL 
PRODUCTS, INC . CHARLOTTE, MI: 

817,240. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 12 (INT CL. 19). 

817.249. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 13 (INT CL. 6). 
OMP LABORATORIES. INC.. KILLINGWORTH. CT: 

1.166.352, CANC. INT. CL. 10. 
OPTICIANS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA. FAIRFAX. VA. 
GUILD OF PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS OF AMERICA, 
INC., WASHINGTON, DC: 

842,243. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 200. 
ORANGE COUNTY GUIDE, ANAHEIM, CA: 

1.166.463, CANC. INT. CL. 16. 
OREGON SOFTWARE, INC.. PORTLAND. OR: 

1.483.206, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 9. 
ORGANON TEKNIKA B.V.. AG OSS. NETHERLANDS: 

1.483.138, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
ORIGINAL NEW YORK SELTZER. WALNUT. CA: 

1.483.746. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 32. 
ORMAT TURBINES (1965). LTD.. YAVNE, ISRAEL: 

1.483.259, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 11. 

1.483.260, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 11. 
OSHKOSH TRUCK CORPORATION, OSHKOSH, WI: 

840,787. REN 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 19 (INT. CL. 12). 
OSMOSE WOOD PRESERVING, INC., BUFFALO, NY. 
OSMOSE WOOD PRESERVING CO OF AMERICA, 
INC.. BUFFALO. NY: 
828,098. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 6 (INT. CL. 2). 
OUR GANG COMMERCIAL ART & ADVERTISING. INC.. 
OMAHA NE: 

1.163,157. CANC INT CL. 42. 
OVERSEWING MACHINE COMPANY OF AMERICA, 
INC., THE, PORT WASHINGTON, NY, OVERSEWING 
MACHINE COMPANY OF AMERICA. INC., THE. MED- 
FORD 55. MA: 
738.564. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 23 (INT. CL. 7). 
OVERWRAP EQUIPMENT CORPORATION. FAIRFIELD. 

NJ: 

1,162.472. CANC. INT. CL. 7. 
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS. NEW YORK, NY: 

1.166.464, CANC. INT. CL. 16 
PC LAND, INC , TUSTIN, CA: 

1.483,865. PUB. 8-25-1987. INT. CL. 42. 
PACCAR INC.. BELLEVUE, WA: 

1.483.310. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 12. 
PACE, PAMELA B.. FORT WORTH. TX: 

1.483.395. PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
PACESETTER INDUSTRIES. INC.. NEW YORK, NY: 

1.162,839. CANC. INT CL. 25. 
PACESETTER PRODUCTIONS. INC.. BETHESDA, MD: 

1,483.176. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 9. 
PACIFIC CROWN TIMBER PRODUCTS. INC., PLUMMER, 

ID: 

1.483.463. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 19. 
PACIFIC SALES LTD.. BELLEVUE. WA. TA PACIFIC 
VALLEY FROZEN FOODS: 

1.483,699. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 29. 



PACIFIC TELESIS GROUP. SAN FRANCISCO. CA: 
1.483.773. PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 35. 

PADMORE & BARNES INTERNATIONAL LIMITED. KIL- 
KENNY. IRELAND: 

1,162,811. CANC. INT. CL. 25. 
PALLIUM SPORTWEARS. INC.. MIAMI, FL: 

1.483.594. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
PALM BEACH COMPANY. CINCINNATI. OH: 

837.193. REN 4-5-1988. US. CL. 39 (INT. CL. 25). 
PALMATES. INC.. THE. NEW YORK. NY: 

1.483.654. PUB. 1-12-1988. 1?^. CL. 28. 
PANOSH GROUP. INC.. MT. LAUREL. NJ: 

1.447.749. CANC. INT. CL. 28. 
PANTS R US. LOS ANGELES. CA: 

1.483.553. PUB. 8-18-1987. INT. CL. 25. 

1.483.564. PUB. 10-13-1987 INT. CL. 25. 
PAPPAS. HARRY J . FRESNO. CA: 

1,483.776. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 35. 
PARA LABORATORIES, INC. HEMPSTEAD, NY: 

1.482.988, PUB. 5-19-1987. INT. CL. 5. 
PARADY'S S.A.R.L., PARIS, FRANCE: 

1,483,606. PUB 1-12-1988. INT CL. 25. 

PARAMOUNT PICTURES CORPORATION. NEW YORK, 

NY: 

1.483.494. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 21. 

1.483.495. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 21. 

1.483.496. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 21. 
PARASITIC ENGINEERING. INC . OAKLAND. CA: 

1.166.301. CANC. INT. CL 9. 
PARFUMS CHRISTIAN DIOR. S.A., PARIS, FRANCE: 

1,482,938, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 
PARISO; DOMINIC N., KNOX, IN, DBA D. N. PARISO 
INDUSTRIAL GLOVE MFG. CO : 

1,166,613, CANC. INT. CL. 25. 
PARK N FLY, INC., ST. LOUIS, MO: 

1,164.955. CANC INT CL. 39. 

PARK NICOLLET MEDICAL FOUNDATION, MINNE- 
APOLIS. MN: 

1.483.955. INT. CL. 41. 
PARK STUDIOS N.V.. NEW YORK. NY: 

1,482.928. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 3 AND 5 
PARKELL PRODUCTS. INC.. FARMINGDALE. I^: 

1.482.996. PUB. 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 5. 
PASO SOUND PRODUCTS. INC.. PELHAM. NY: 

1,483.130, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 9. 

PATH MANAGEMENT INDUSTRIES. INC.. OVERLAND 
PARK. KS: 

1.483.915, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
PAYLESS CASHWAYS. INC , KANSAS CITY, MO: 

1,483,282, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 11. 
PAYMASTER CORPORATION, THE. CHICAGO. IL: 

1,483,095. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 
PBB USA INC.. BUFFALO, NY: 

1.483.799. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 36 AND 39. 
PEDIGREE INC , MONTREAL. QUEBEC. CANADA: 

1,483.544. PUB. 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 25. 
PEE WEES EXPRESS. INC.. MIAMI. FL: 

1.483.916, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 

PENN CORPORATION. NEW YORK. NY, RITEPOINT 
CORPORATION. SAINT LOUIS. MO: 
837.152. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 37 (INT. CL. 16). 
PENNSYLVANIA MEDICAL SOCIETY. LEMOYNE. PA: 

840.212. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 38 (INT. CL. 16). 
PENNWELL PUBLISHING COMPANY. TULSA. OK. IN- 
DUSTRIAL TRADE PUBLICATIONS, CONROE, TX: 
840.510. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 38 (INT. CL. 16). 



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PENOX TECHNOLOGIES INC.. PITTSTON, PA: 

1,483,234, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 10. 
PEP, PERSONNEL EXERCISE PROGRAMS. PITTS- 
BURGH. PA: 

1.164,968. CANC. INT. CL. 41. 
PERFETTI SPA.. LAINATE (MILANO). ITALY: 

1.483,712. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 
PERINI COMMUNICATIONS. INC.. MIAMI LAKES. FL: 

1.482.917. PUB. 10-6-1987. INT. CL. 3. 
PETCO PHOTO & DESIGN. INC.. STAMFORD, CT: 

1.483.909. PUB 1-12-1988. INT CL. 42. 
PETERSON; ROBERT C. ENGLEWOOD, FL. DBA BOB: 

1.166.378. CANC. INT. CL. 11. 
PFIZER INC., NEW YORK, NY, PRIMROSE HOUSE, INC., 
NEW YORK. NY: 

433.443. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 51 (INT. CL. 3). 
PFIZER INC.. NEW YORK. NY. COTY. INC.. NEW YORK. 
NY: 

434.396. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 51 (INT. CL. 3). 

434.398. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 51 (INT. CL. 3). 
PFIZER INC.. NEW YORK. NY. BENGUE, INC.. UNION 
CITY. NJ: 

435.135. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 18 (INT. CL. 5). 
PFIZER INC.. NEW YORK. NY. CHAS PFIZER & CO., 
INC.. NEW YORK. NY: 

833.787. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 51 (INT. CL. 3). 

833.792. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 51 (INT. CL. 3). 

835.245. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 51 (INT. CL. 3). 
836.063. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 51 (INT. CL. 3). 

838.246. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 18 (INT. CL. 5). 

840.785. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 18 (INT. CL. 5). 

PHANTOM FIREWORK MANUFACTURING COMPANY 
LIMITED. CAUSEWAY BAY. HONG KONG: 

1.483.324. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 13. 

1.483.325. PUB. 1-12-1988 INT CL 13. 

PHAR LAP SOFTWARE, INCORPORATED. CAMBRIDGE. 
MA: 

1,483.202. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
PHARMACHEMIE B.V.. RN HAARLEM. NETHERLANDS: 

1,483.872, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
PHARMAVITE CORPORATION, ARLETA, CA FROM 
VITA-FRESH VITAMIN CO., INC., GARDEN GROVE, 
CA: 

1.482.992. PUB 3-3-1987. INT. CL. 5. 
PHENTEX INC.. ST-HYACINTHE, QUEBEC. CANADA: 

1.483.506. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 23. 
PHIL MAID. INC.: 

1.027.397. CANC. INT. CL. 25. 
PHILIP MORRIS INCORPORATED. NEW YORK. NY: 

1,483,762, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 34. 
PHILIPS EXPORT B.V., EINDHOVEN, NETHERLANDS: 

1.483.146, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 9 AND 16. 

1.483.147. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 

PHILLIPS PRODUCTS COMPANY. MINNEAPOLIS. MN: 

1.483.757, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 33. 
PHILLIPS-VAN HEUSEN CORPORATION, NEW YORK, 
NY: 

1,483,558. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
PHYSICIANS WHO CARE. SAN Af>4TONIO. TX: 

1.483.902, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 42. 
PICKWICK INTERNATIONAL, INC., MINNEAPOLIS, MN: 

1,166,739, CANC INT. CL. 35. 
PICO CHEMICAL CORPORATION, TINLEY PARK. IL: 

1.482.893. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 1. 
PIVOT PRODUCTS DISTRIBUTORS, INC., MULESHOE, 

TX: 

1.166.397. CANC. INT CL. 11. 
PIZZA D'ALTO OF REGENCY SQUARE. INC.. JACKSON- 
VILLE, FL: 

1.483.905. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 



PLACENTA MUSIC. INC., ATLANTA. GA: 

1.483,216. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
PLACER INDUSTRIES LIMITED, DANDENONG, VICTO- 
RIA, AUSTRALIA, TA MOLYBOND LABORATORIES, 
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING LIMITED, WEST FOOT- 
SCRAY, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA: 
816,497. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 15 (INT. CL. 4). 
PLANK, MARIANNE V.. PASADENA, CA, DBA MVP 
PRODUCTIONS: 

1,483.371. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 

PLANO MOLDING COMPANY. PLANO. IL: 

1.483.451. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 18. 

PLASMON DIETETICI ALIMENTARI SPA.. LATINA, 
ITALY: 

1,482,991, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 5 AND 30. 

PLASTIC ENGINEERED PROFILES COMPANY, SANTA 
FE SPRINGS. CA, AKA PEPCO: 

1,166,390. CANC. INT. CL. 11. 
PLASTIC ODDITIES, INC., SHELBY, NC: 

1,483,272, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. II. 
PLUMBING MARTS OF AMERICA, INC.. BUFFALO. NY: 

1,163.178, CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
POLO FASHIONS. INC., NEW YORK, NY: 

1,483,560, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
POLO, INC., MODESTO, CA: 

1,483,849, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 41. 
POMERANTZ, HART, TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA: 

1,483,664, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL 28. 
POPSICLE INDUSTRIES, INC., ENGLEWOOD, NJ, CON- 
SOLIDATED FOODS CORPORATION, ENGLEWOOD, 
NJ, DOING BUSINESS AS JOE LOWE COMPANY: 

830,272. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 30). 
PORTA-PRINTER SYSTEMS, INC., LARGO, FL: 

1,483.129. PUB. 4-7-1987. INT. CL. 9. 

POTTER DISTILLERIES. INC.. PORTLAND. OR. DBA 
POTTER BRANDS: 

r.483.751. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 33. 

POWRMATIC OF CANADA LTD., TERREBONNE, 
QUEBEC, CANADA: 

1,166,365, CANC. INT. CL. 11. ' 

PPG INDUSTRIES, INC., PITTSBURGH, PA, PITTS- 
BURGH PLATE GLASS COMPANY, PITTSBURGH, PA: 

841,923. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 16 (INT. CL. 2). 
PRESCOTT, DURRELL & COMPAr^TY, RICHMOND, VA: 

1,483,379, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 

PRESENTATION TECHNOLOGIES, INC., SUNNYVALE, 
CA: 

1,483,131, PUB. 7-7-1987. INT. CL. 9. 

PRESERVE BOTTLE VILLAGE COMMITTEE, SIMI 
VALLEY, CA: 

1,483,845. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 41. 
PRESTI RUBBER PRODUCTS. INC., NEW BRITAIN, PA: 

1,483,426. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 17. 
PRESTIA; ROBERT J , SARASOTA, FL: 

1,164,990. CANC. INT. CL. 41. 
PRIMAGES INC.. BOHEMIA. NY: 

1,483.160. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
PRINCESS HOUSE. INC., NORTH DIGHTON, MA: 

1,483,508, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 24. 

1,483,545, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
PRINTING DEVELOPMENTS. INC.. RACINE. WI: 

1.483.087. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 
PRISMA CORPORATION. LOS ANGELES. CA: 

1,483,596, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
PROCOR LIMITED, MILTON. ONTARIO. CANADA, P. L. 
ROBERTSON MFG. CO. LIMITED, MILTON, ONTARIO, 
CANADA: 
835,870. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 23 (INT. CL. 8). 



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PROCTER St. GAMBLE COMPANY, THE, CINCINNATI, 

OH: 

834,134. REN. 4-5-1988 U.S. CL. 52 (II^T. CL. 3). 
1.482,942, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 
1,482,950. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 
PROFESSIONAL RESEARCH ORGANIZATION FOR 
INTERNATIONAL TRAVELERS, INC., HOUSTON, TX: 
1,166,867, CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
PROJECTS AMERICAN CORPORATION, HOUSTON, TX: 

1,483,913, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA, 
THE, NEWARK, NJ: 

1.483.386. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
PRZEDSIEBIORSTWO HANDLU ZAGRANICZNEGO 
AGROS. WARSZAWA. POLAND: 
1.483.755. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 33. 
PSYCHEMEDICS CORPORATION. LOS ANGELES. CA: 

1.483.888. PUB I-I2-1988. INT CL. 42. 
PSYCHOMETRICS. INCORPORATED. MELROSE PARK, 

PA: 
1.163.181. CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
PULSE OF THE COUNTY. SANTA CRUZ, CA: 

1,483.415. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
QUADION CORPORATION. MINNEAPOLIS. MN. DBA 
MINNESOTA RUBBER COMPANY: 

1.483,056. PUB 1-12-1988 MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 7. 9, 12 AND 17 
QUICK-SCRIPT. INC.. AMORY. MS: 

1.483.889, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL 42 

QUICKIE MANUFACTURING CORPORATION. CINNA- 
MINSON. NJ: 
1.483.502. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 21 
R B. GUSTAFSON COMPANY. ELKHART. IN: 

1,483.284, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 11. 
R. J REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY. WINSTON- 
SALEM. NC: 
840.306. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 17 (INT. CL. 34). 
1.483.760, PUB 1-12-1988. INT CL 34. 
RA-LO, INC.. LIBERTY LAKE, WA: 

1.483.375. PUB 7-21-1987. INT CL. 16. 
RACAL AIRSTREAM. INC.. FREDERICK. MD: 

1.483.161. PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
RACE READY. INC.. SEMINOLE, FL: 

1.166,854. CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
RAMCO MANUFACTURING COMPANY. INC.. ROSELLE 
PARK. NJ: 
839.433. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 13 (INT. CL. 6). 
RANDA NECKWEAR CORP., HACKENSACK, NJ: 

1.483.618. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
RAWHIDE SOFTWARE. INC., BOWLING GREEN. OH: 

1.483,166. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
RAX SYSTEMS. INC., COLUMBUS, OH: 

1.166,848. CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
RAYMOND'S ENGINEERING CORPORATION. PORT OR- 
CHARD. WA: 

1.166,347. CANC. INT CL. 10. 
REAL PARFUMS, INC.. BELFORD. NJ: 
1,482,939. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 
REATA RESOURCES, INC., FT. WORTH, TX: 

1,166.853, CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
RECKITT St. COLMAN PRODUCTS LIMITED, HULL, 
YORKSHIRE, ENGLAND. MELTONIAN (E. BROWN & 
SON) LIMITED, CRICKLEWOOD, LONDON N.W. 2, 
ENGLAND: 
434.154. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 4 (INT. CL 3). 
REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO; THE, 
BOULDER. CO: 

1.166,826, CANC. INT. CL. 41. 
REHAU AG & CO., REHAU. FED REP GERMANY: 

1.483,004. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 5 AND 10. 



REILLY-WHITEMAN INC.. CONSHOHOCKEN. PA, 
REILLY-WHITEMAN-WALTON COMPANY. CONSHO- 
HOCKEN. PA: 
433.573. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 6 (INT. CL. 1). 

REMINGTON'S MANAGEMENT GROUP, INC., DEL 
MAR, CA: 

1.483.956. INT. CL. 42. 
REMODELERS. INC.. CINCINNATI. OH: 

1.164.935. CANC. INT. CL. 37. 
REMS, INC.. TOLEDO. OH: 

1.166.332. CANC. INT. CL. 9. 
RESEARCH HEALTH SERVICES. KANSAS CITY. MO: 

1.483.856. PUB. 9-18-1984. INT. CL. 42. 

RESEARCH INFORMATION CENTER. INC.. PHOENIX. 
AZ: 

1,166,746, CANC. INT. CL. 35. 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTE, RESEARCH TRIAN- 
GLE PARK, NC: 

1,483,124, PUB. 3-3-1987. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. CLS. 
9 AND 16. 
RESEARCH, INCORPORATED. MINNEAPOLIS. MN. RE- 
SEARCH INSTRUMENTS & CONTROLS. INC.. MINNE- 
APOLIS. MN: 
835.408 REN. 4-5-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, U.S. CLS. 
21 (INT. CL. 9). 26 (INT. CL. 9) AND 34 (INT. CL. 11). 

REXNORD CHEMICAL PRODUCTS INC., MINNEAPOLIS, 

MN: 

1.482.872. PUB. 11-11-1986. INT CL. 1. 
REYNOLDS METALS COMPANY, RICHMOND. VA: 
1.483.047. PUB. 1-12-1988 INT CL. 6. 

RHEIN-CHEMIE RHEINAU GMBH. MANNHEIM. FED 
REP GERMANY: 

1,482,889, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 1. 
RHONE-POULENC FIBRES, LYON. FRANCE: 

1.483.456. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 19. 
RICHARDSON-VICKS INC.. WILTON. CT: 

1.482.954. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 
RICHCO PLASTIC COMPANY. CHICAGO. IL: 

1.483.472. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 20. 
RIEGEL TEXTILE CORPORATION. GREENVILLE, SC: 

1,162,843, CANC. INT. CL. 25. 
RJR FOODS. INC.. WINSTON-SALEM, NC: 

1.166.693, CANC. INT. CL. 30. 
ROBATEL SLPI. GENAS. FRANCE. SOCIETE ANONYME: 
ATELIERS ROBATEL ET MULATIER. LYON. FRANCE: 

837.320. REN. 4-5-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. U.S. CLS. 
23 (INT. CL. 7) AND 24 (INT. CL, 7). 
ROBERTS. FRANCES L.. CLARKSTON. WA: 

1.483.628. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 

ROCKWELL LIME COMPANY. MANITOWOC. WI. CHAS. 
PnZER & CO.. INC.. NEW YORK. NY: 

836.967. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 12 GNT. CL. 19). 
RODALE PRESS. INC.. EMMAUS. PA: 
1.16^.986. CANC INT. CL. 41. 

ROLEX WATCH U.S.A.. INC.. NEW YORK. NY, MONTRES 
ROLEX S.A.. GENEVA. SWITZERLAND: 
831.652. REN. 4-5-1988 U.S. CL. 27 (INT. CL. 14). 

ROLLS-ROYCE MOTOR CARS LIMITED, CREWE, 
CHESHIRE, ENGLAND, ROLLS-ROYCE. LIMITED, 
DERBY. ENGLAND: 
832,105. REN 4-5-1988. U.S. CL 19 (INT. CL. 12). 
ROSSI, JR.; A. CAL. SAN FRANCISCO, CA: 

1.166.865. CANC INT. CL. 42. 
ROTO-FINISH COMPANY. INC.. KALAMAZOO, MI, 
ROTO-FINISH COMPANY. KALAMAZOO. MI: 
831.673. REN 4-5-1988 US CL. 4 (INT. CL. 3). 
ROUSH BAKERY PRODUCTS CO., INC., CEDAR RAPIDS. 

lA: 

1.483,737, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 



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ROYAL CROWN COMPANIES. INC., MIAMI BEACH, FL, 
ROYAL CROWN COLA CO., COLUMBUS, GA: 
837,994. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 45 (INT. CL. 32). 
RUBBERMAID INCORPORATED, WOOSTER, OH: 
1,483,393, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
1,483,475, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 20. 
1,483,497, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 21. 
RUBY INTERNATIONAL, INC., MIAMI, FL: 

1,483,339, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 14. 
RUDOLPHUS LAURENTIUS ANTONIUS VAN DE 
WINKEL AND JOHANNES PETRUS HENRICUS KERK- 
HOFS, HELMOND. NETHERLANDS: 
1.482.993. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 
RUSS-KNITS. INC., CANDOR, NC: 

1,483,552, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
RX RELIEF, INC., FALLBROOK, CA: 

1,483,780, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 35. 
RYCO SALES LTD., VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, 
CANADA: 

1,166,629, CANC. INT. CL. 28. 
RYDER FINANCIAL & COMMUNICATION SERVICES, 
INC., NASHVILLE, TN: 

1,166,757, CANC. INT. CL. 36. 
RYDER, ALLAN G., COQUITLAM, B.C., CANADA: 

1,483,636, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
SAB PROMOTIONS, INC.: See— 

MIDWEST RESEARCH OF MICHIGAN, INC.. 
S & H INTERNATIONAL, INC., FEDERAL WAY, WA: 

1,483,193, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 9. 
S. C. JOHNSON St. SON, INC., RACINE, WI, S. C. JOHNSON 
& SON, RACINE, WI: 
230,757 REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 16 (INT. CL. 2). 
S. C. JOHNSON 4 SON, INC., RACINE, WI: 

837,373. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 4 (INT. CL. 3). 

837.727. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 4 (INT. CL. 3). 

837.728. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 4 (INT. CL. 3). 
1,482,947, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 

CLS. 3 AND 5. 
S.A. JEAN CASSEGRAIN, PARIS, FRANCE: 

1.483.532, PUB. 11-18-1986. INT. CL. 25. 

S.E.I. INDUSTRIES LTD., RICHMOND, BRITISH COLUM- 
BIA, CANADA: 

1,483,470, PUB. 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 20. 
S.T.D. ENTERPRISES INC., HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA: 

1,482,931, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 
SAFA REPORTING SERVICES, INC., WASHINGTON, DC: 

1.166,857, CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
SAADEH, FRIEDA. LOS ANGELES. CA: 

1,483.343, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 14. 
SABI. ARMAND BASI. BARCELONA. SPAIN: 

1.483.533. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 

SAFER EMERGENCY SYSTEMS. INC., WESTLAKE VIL- 
LAGE, CA: 

1,483,212, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
SAFETY-KLEEN CORPORATION, ELGIN, IL: 

1,166,398, CANC. INT. CL. 11. 
SAFE; GEORGE T., SOUTH BEND, IN: 

1,166,408, CANC. INT. CL. 11. 
SAM'S WELL SERVICE, INC., GUYMON, OK: 

1,166,788, CANC. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. CLS. 37, 40 
AND 42. 
SAMI/BURKE INC.: See— 

BURKE MARKETING SERVICES, INC.. 
SAMUEL JONES * CO. LIMITED, BASING VIEW, BAS- 
INGSTOKE, HAMPSHIRE, ENGLAND: 
1.166,623, CANC INT. CL. 27. 
SAN JUAN BROADCASTING, CORP., HATO REY. 
PUERTO RICO: 

1,164,964, CANC. INT. CL. 41. 



SANDERS MANUFACTURING. INC., FLINT, MI: 

1,166.777. CANC. INT. CL. 37. 
SANDY MAC FOOD COMPANY. PENNSAUKEN. NJ: 

1.166.677, CANC. INT. CL. 29. 
SANSUI ELECTRIC COMPANY LIMITED, SUGINAMI- 
KU. TOKYO. JAPAN: 
837,474. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 21 (INT. CL. 9). 
SANTA BARBARA ANTIGUA LAND DEVELOPMENT 
LTD.. SANTA BARBARA. CA: 

1,483.878. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
SANTA LUCIA WINERY. INC.. TEMPLETON. CA: 

1.483.753. PUB. 11-25-1986. INT. CL. 33. 
SANTA MONICA SEAFOOD COMPANY. SANTA 
MONICA, CA: 

1.483.418. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 

SARA LEE CORPORATION. WINSTON-SALEM. NC, LE 
GALION. S.A.. NEUILLY. FRANCE: 

425,657. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 51 (INT. CL. 3). 
SATELLITE BASE SYSTEMS. INC.. JACKSONVILLE, AR: 

1,483,316, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 12. 
SAV-A-STOP INCORPORATED, JACKSONVILLE, FL: 

1,483,876, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
SAW & SPECIALTY CORPORATION, ROMULUS, MI: 

1,482,976, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL 4. 
SAWVELL, ROGER HAROLD, MENASHA, WI: 

1,483,663, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
SCANDINAVIAN AIRLINES SYSTEM, INC., JAMAICA, 

NY: 

1,164,950, CANC. INT. CL. 39. 
SCHMIDT, DONALD M., CAMBRIDGE, MA: 
1,483,917, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 

SCHROFF GESELLSCHAFT MIT BESCHRANKTER HAF- 
TUNG, STRAUBENHARDT, FED REP GERMANY: 
1,483,172, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
SCHWEPPES INTERNATIONAL LIMITED, LONDON, W., 
ENGLAND: 

1,483,749, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 32. 
SCIENTIFIC HOSPITAL SUPPLIES LIMITED, LIVER- 
POOL, ENGLAND: 

1,482,984, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 
SCOTT LABORATORIES, INC., SAN RAFAEL, CA: 

1,483,480. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 20. 
SCOTT PAPER COMPANY. DELAWARE COUNTY. PA: 
1.482.916. PUB 1-6-1987. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. CLS. 

3 AND 16. 
1.483,353. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
SEARCHERS OF SAN JOSE. INCORPORATED, SAN 
JOSE, CA: 

1.483,832, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT 
CLS. 41 AND 42. 
SEARS, RAY J., JR., TREVOSE. PA: 

1,483,460, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 19. 
SEATREND. INC.. SANTA CRUZ, CA: 

1.483,595, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT 
CLS. 25 AND 28. 
SECURITY TRUST COMPANY, ROCHESTER, NY: 

1,166,753, CANC. INT. CL. 36. 
SEI CORPORATION, WAYNE, PA: 

1,483,768, PUB. 11-11-1986. INT. CL. 35. 
SEKISUI KAGAKU KOGYO KABUSHIKI KAISHA, 
OSAKA, JAPAN, DBA SEKISUI CHEMICAL COMPANY. 
LTD.: 
825,730. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 26 (INT. CL. 9). 
SELECT ENGINEERED SYSTEMS, INC., HIALEAH, FL 

1,483,177, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
SELF-POWERED LIGHTING, INC., ELMSFORD, NY: 

1,483,285, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 11. 
SELFCARE INDUSTRIES, INC., CLIFFSIDE PARK, NJ; 
1,483,861, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 



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SENFTNER RENT-A-KLUNKER, INC., HERREID, SD: 

1.164.954, CANC. INT. CL. 39. 
SEPRATECH CORPORATION, OKLAHOMA CITY. OK: 

1.482,882, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 1. 
SERVICE MERCHANDISE COMPANY, INC., NASH- 
VILLE, TN: 

1,483,334, PUB. 10-13-1987. INT. CL. 14. 
SERVICE PACKAGING CORPORATION. CANTON. OH: 

1.483.390. PUB 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 16, 
SERVOTRONICS, INC, CHEEKTOWAGA, NY, SERVO- 
TRONICS, INC., CHEEKTOWAGA, NY: 

840,482. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 35 (INT. CL. 17). 
SETTLERS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. BRISTOL. VA: 

1.483.793. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 36. 
SEWELL MANUFACTURING COMPANY, BREMEN, GA: 

1.483.548. PUB. 1-12-1988 INT CL. 25. 
SFI. INC.. EL DORADO. AR: 

1,166,462. CANC INT. CL. 16. 
SHANGHAI LAMP FACTORY, SHANGHAI. CHINA: 

1.483.276, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 11. 
SHANGHAI TRADING COMPANY, INC.. LAGUNA 
HILLS, CA: 

1,483.622, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
SHARE... FOR CHRISTIAN LIVING, INC.. CALUMET 
CITY, IL: 

1,483.882. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
SHELBY GROUP INTERNATIONAL, INC., MEMPHIS, TN: 

1.483.140, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 

1.483.141, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 9. 
1,483,538, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 

SHL OPTICAL CORP , BROOKLYN, NY: 

1,483,220, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
SHOE SHOW, INC , THE, CONCORD, NC: 

840,533. REN. 4-5-1988 U.S. CL. 39 (INT. CL. 25). 
SHOE WORKS, INC., THE. COLUMBUS, OH: 

1,483,615, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
SHOOTERS INVESTMENTS, INC.. FORT LAUDERDALE, 
FL: 

1.483.906, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
SHULTON. INC.. WAYNE, NJ: 

1,4«2.%2, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 

I,4«2,%3, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 
SIEBEN BREWING COMPANY, CHICAGO, IL: 

1,483,947, INT. CL. 32. 
SIGNAL TECHNOLOGY INCORPORATED, GOLETA. CA: 

1,483,135, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
SILITE, INC.. CHICAGO. IL: 

1,483,498, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 21. 
SILO SELF STORAGE. INC., CHAPPAQUA, NY: 

1,483,821, PUB. 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 39. 
SILO, INC.. PHILADELPHIA. PA, SILO, INC., PHILADEL- 
PHIA, PA: 

832,312. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. lOI (INT. CL. 42). 
SIPORT SPA.. MILAN. ITALY: 

1,483,569, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
SIRE, INC., LYME, CT: 

1,166,806, CANC. INT. CL. 41. 
SLADE, HERBERT J.. PALATINE, IL. DBA WINDOW 
WELL COVER CO : 

836,475. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 12 (INT. CL. 19). 
SLOPE TOOLS. INC., SEATTLE, WA: 

1,483.589, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 25 AND 28. 
SMART MARKETING INTERNATIONAL, INC.. OMAHA, 
NE: 

1,323,664. CANC. INT. CL. 36. 
SMITH A BUTTERFIELD CO.. INC.. EVANSVILLE, IN, 
AKA SNAP PHOTO: 

1,163.699, CANC. INT. CL. 16. 



SMITH 4 NEPHEW CONSOLIDATED INC.. DOVER. DE: 

1.482.985. PUB. 5-19-1987. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 5 AND 10. 
SMITH; MARTIN SANFORD. LOS ANGELES. CA: 

1,164.976, CANC INT CL. 41 
SMITH; MARY C, DELAWARE, OH: 

1,166.736, CANC INT CL 35. 
SMITHLINE, RICKY. RIVERDALE. NY: 

1.483.604. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
SMOOTH CORP.. THE. SAN ANTONIO. TX: 

1.483.086. PUB 1-12-1988. INT CL 7 
SMS MANUFACTURING CORPORATION. LAKEWOOD, 

NJ: 

1,483.642. PUB. 9-1-1987. INT. CL. 28. 

SNEE. RICHARD, HADDONFIELD. NJ. DBA STAR SYS- 
TEMS AND GRAYCAT PRODUCTIONS: 
1.483.833. PUB. 11-10-1987. INT. CL. 41. 
SNYDERGENERAL CORPORATION, DALLAS, TX: 

1,483,205, PUB. 1-12-1988 INT CL. 9 
SOCIAL STUDIES SCHOOL SERVICE, CULVER CITY,' 
CA, AKA HOME ECONOMICS SCHOOL SERVICE: 
1,166.846, CANC INT CL. 42 

SOCIEDAD ESPANOLA DE CARBURAS METALICOS 
S.A.. MADRID. SPAIN: 

1.483,235. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL 10. 

SOCIEDADE DOS VINHOS BORGES & IRMAO, S.A.R.L.. 
VILA NOVA DE GAIA, PORTUGAL, SOCIEDADE DOS 
VINHOS BORGES k IRMAO, LDA., VILLA NOVA DE 
GAYA, PORTUGAL; 
839.688. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 47 (INT. CL. 33). 
SOCIETE GENERALE DES EAUX MINERALES DE 
VITTEL. VITTEL. FRANCE: 

1,483.482, PUB. 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 21 
SODECIM. S.A.. PARIS LA DEFENSE, FRANCE: 

1.483.196, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL 9. 
SODERBERG, MARY ANN, TORRINGTON, CT: 
1,482.933. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 

SOFRIGAM. COURBEVOIE (HAUTS DE SEINE), 
FRANCE: 

1,483.265. PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 11 AND 21. 
SOLAR PACIFIC INCORPORATED. HOLLYWOOD, CA: 

1,166.403, CANC. INT. CL. 11. 
SOLIS; ALFRED A., RIVERSIDE. CA, DBA RIVERSIDE 
WHEELS EXPRESS: 

1,166.439. CANC. INT. CL. 12. 
SOLVAY & CIE. BRUSSELS. BELGIUM: 

1.483.005. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 5. 

1.483.006. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 
SOMAT CORPORATION. CHAMPAIGN. IL: 

1,483,164, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
SOUTH BEND SPORTING GOODS, INC , NORTHBROOK, 
IL, SOUTH BEND TACKLE COMPANY INC., SOUTH 
OTSELIC, NY: 
839,071. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 22 (INT. CL. 28). 
SOUTHWEST DATA SERVICE, INC., HALTOM CITY, TX, 
HERRICK COMPANY STEEL PRODUCTS, THE, MID- 
LAND, TX; 
826,686. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 12 (INT. CL. 19). 
SOUTHWESTERN APPAREL, INC., GARLAND, TX: 

1,162,816, CANC. INT. CL. 25 
SPACE INNOVATORS, INC., ISLIP, NY; 
1,483.893, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 42. 
SPALDING A EVENFLO COMPANIES, INC., TAMPA, FL: 
1,483,585, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 25. 

1.483.678. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 

1.483.679. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 28. 

1.483.680, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 

1.483.681, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 



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1.483.682, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 

1.483.683, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 

1.483.684, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 

1.483.685, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 

SPATS INTERNATIONAL. INC., SOUTH NASHVILLE, 
TN: 

1,166,844, CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
SPEAKMAN COMPANY, WILMINGTON. DE: 

839.441. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 13 (INT. CL. 6). 
SPECIAL DESIGN OFFICE "TRANSPROGRESS " OF THE 
REPUBLICAN INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION, THE, 
MOSCOW. SOVIET UNION; 

1.483,064, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 
SPECTRA-TECH, INC., STAMFORD, CT: 
1,483,145, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
SPECTRUM MANUFACTURING COMPANY, INCORPO- 
RATED. WICHITA. KS: 

1,483,319, PUB. 1-12-1988. IIVT. CL. 12. 
SPELLBINDER CORPORATION, NEW YORK, NY: 

1,166,455, CANC. INT. CL. 15. 
SPORTINETTA SA, DAVOS PLATZ, SWITZERLAND: 

1,483,570, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
STA-DUST, INC.. IDAHO FALLS. ID; 

1,482,883, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 1. 
STALLION CARS, GMBH. NURNBERG, FED REP GER- 
MANY: 

1,483,300, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL, 12. 
STALLION KNITS. LTD.. NEW YORK. NY; 

1,483,534, PUB. 1-13-1987. INT. CL. 25. 
STANWOOD CORPORATION, CHARLOTTE, NC, CAR- 
WOOD MANUFACTURING COMPANY, WINDER, GA: 
429,337. REN. 4-5-1988. US, CL, 39 (INT, CL, 25), 
STAR -t- GATE ENTERPRISES, ORINDA, CA; 

1,483,635, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
STARK SPA, TRIVIGNANO UDINESE, ITALY: 

1,483,058, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 
STEFANO SERAPIAN DI ARDAVAST SERAPIAN & C. 
SAS,, MILAN, ITALY: 

1,483,443, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS. INT. 
CLS. 18 AND 20. 
STEINBERG; LARRY, TORONTO, ONTARIO. CANADA. 
DBA KING ROCKIT: 

1,166,804, CANC. INT. CL. 41. 
STEMCOR CORPORATION, CLEVELAND, OH: 

1.483,458, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 19. 
STERLING DRUG INC., NEW YORK, NY: 

831,212. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 52 (INT. CL. 3). 
1,482,982, PUB. 9-6-1983. INT. CL. 5. 
STERLING ELECTRIC, INC., IRVINE, CA, STERLING 
ELECTRIC MOTORS, INC., LOS ANGELES, CA; 
832,431. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 21 (INT. CL. 9). 
STODDARD, MERYL L., SCOTTSDALE, AZ; 

836,812. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 45 (INT. CL. 32). 
STOKELY-VAN CAMP, INC., INDIANAPOLIS, IN; 

1,166,676, CANC. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. CLS. 29, 30 
AND 32. 
STRAWBAN, INC., GAINESVILLE, FL: 

1,166,710, CANC. INT. CL. 31. 
STUBURT SPORTS FOOTWEAR LIMITED, KINGSWOOD, 
BRISTOL, ENGLAND: 

1,162,847, CANC. INT, CL, 25, 
STUDSVIK ENERGITEKNIK AB, NYKOPING, SWEDEN: 

1.483,128, PUB, 1-12-1988, INT, CL 9 
STYLE SIGNATURES, INC, WESTERVILLE, OH; 

1,483,377, PUB, 10-27-1987, INT, CL, 16, 
SUMITOMO HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD,. TOKYO. 
JAPAN: 

1,483.070, PUB, 1-12-1988, INT, CL. 7. 
SUN REFINING AND MARKETING COMPANY. PHILA- 
DELPHIA. PA. SUN OIL COMPANY. PHILADELPHIA. 
PA: 
830,918, REN. 4-5-1988, U.S. CL. 15 (INT. CL. 4). 



SUN WEST LEASING INC., BISMARCK, ND; 

1,166,755, CANC MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. CLS. 36 
AND 42. 

SUN WORLD INTERNATIONAL, INC, BAKERSFIELD, 
CA; 

1,483,744, PUB 1-12-1988, INT, CL. 31. 
SUNCLIPSE. INC. MONTEBELLO. CA: 

1,483,931, MULTIPLE CLASS, INT, CLS. 37, 40 AND 42, 
SUNDAY HOUSE FOODS, INC, FREDERICKSBURG, TX; 

1,483.691. PUB, 1-12-1988, INT, CL, 29 

SUNSHINE BISCUITS. INC, WOODBRIDGE NJ. BELL 
BRAND FOODS. LTD,, LOS ANGELES, CA; 

828,272, REN, 4-5-1988, US, CL, 46 (INT, CL, 29), 
SUNSHINE INDUSTRIES, INC, CLEVELAND, OH: 

1,483,488, PUB, 1-12-1988, INT, CL, 21, 
SURF FETISH, INC, VERNON, CA; 

1,483,590, PUB, 1-12-1988, INT, CL, 25. 
SURFERS ALLIANCE, COSTA MESA, CA: 

1,483,525, PUB, 2-18-1986, INT, CL, 25, 
SWAROVSKI AMERICA LIMITED, CRANSTON, Ri: 

1.483,346, PUB, 1-12-1988, INT, CL, 14. 

SWEDISH HEALTH SYSTEMS; See— 
HEALTHLINK, 

SWEET P DESIGN, LTD,, NEW YORK, NY: 

1,166,618, CANC, INT, CL, 25, 
SWEET POTATOES, INC, BERKELEY, CA: 

1,483,571, PUB, 10-13-1987, INT, CL, 25, 

SYCAMORE PUMPKIN FESTIVAL, INC., SYCAMORE, IL; 

1,163,133, CANC INT. CL, 41, 
SYNAPSE COMPUTER CORPORATION, MILPITAS, CA; 

1,322,993, CANC, INT, CL, 9. 

1,329,279, CANC, INT, CL, 9. 
SYNARI FASHIONS. LTD,. NEW YORK. NY: 

1,483,579, PUB, 1-12-1988, INT, CL, 25, 
SYNERGON. INC. TORONTO. ONTARIO. CANADA: 

1,483,850, PUB, 1-12-1988 INT, CL, 41 

SYNERGY GROUP INCORPORATED, FARMINGDALE, 
NY; 

1.482.977, PUB, 1-12-1988, MULTIPLE CLASS, INT, 
CLS, 4, 6 AND 37, 

1.482.978, PUB, 1-12-1988, MULTIPLE CLASS, INT, 
CLS. 4, 6 AND 37. 

1.482.979, PUB. 1-12-1988, MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 4, 6 AND 37. 

T. J. & J. SMITH, LTD., WIMBLEDON, LONDON, ENG- 
LAND: 

1,166,467, CANC. INT, CL, 16, 

T-SYSTEMS CORPORATION, SAN DIEGO, CA: 
1,483,287, PUB, 1-12-1988, INT, CL, 11. 

TAHCHIN PLASTICS CO., LTD., SANTSUN LII, FENG 
YUAN, TAIWAN: 

1,483,106, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 8. 
TAIYO KOGYO CO., LTD,, OSAKA, JAPAN: 

833,145, REN, 4-5-1988, US, CL, 2 (INT, CL, 20), 
TAKATORI INTECH CORPORATION, CHARLOTTE, NC: 

1,483,071, PUB, 1-12-1988, INT, CL, 7, 

TAMBELLINI FOODS, INC, BRIDGEVILLE, PA, TAM- 
BELLINI FOOD PRODUCTS COMPANY, INC, PITTS- 
BURGH, PA: 
832,615, REN, 4-5-1988, U.S. CL. 46 ONT, CL, 29). 
TAPERTECH CORPORATION. WORTHINGTON. OH; 

1.483.457. PUB, 6-30-1987, INT, CL, 19, 
TARGET LICENSING CORP,. NEW YORK, NY: 

1.483,577, PUB, 1-12-1988, INT, CL, 25 
TAROCO ENTERPRISES, INC, NEW YORK, NY; 

1,482,867, PUB 1-12-1988, MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
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TATTERSHALL; DONALD R.. TULSA. OK, DBA MR. T: 

1.166.456. CANC. INT. CL. 16. 

1.166.457, CANC. INT. CL. 16. 
TAX ANALYSTS, ARLINGTON, VA: 

1,483.897, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 
TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY, DALLAS, TX: 

1.483,179, PUB. 10-13-1987 INT CL. 9 
TAYLOR, JOHN A., FALLBROOK, CA, YANKEE MOTOR 
CORPORATION, SCHENECTADY, NY: 

831,351. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 19 (INT. CL. 12). 
TBG INFORMATION SYSTEMS INC., CLEVELAND, OH; 
DBA PREDICASTS: 

1,483,958, INT. CL. 42. 
TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS, INC.. STERLING, VA: 

1,483,074. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7 
TECNOCAR SPA.. GRUGLIASCO. TORINO, ITALY: 

1.483,060, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 7 AND 12. 
TELECOMMUNICATIONS DESIGN CORPORATION, 
SANTA ANA, CA: 

1.163,176. CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
TELEDYNE INDUSTRIES. INC.. LOS ANGELES. CA: 

1.483.289, PUB. 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 11. 
TENANT CHEK, INCORPORATED, DALLAS. TX: 

1,166,741. CANC. INT CL. 35. 
TENDER SENDER VENTURE, ST. LOUIS, MO: 

1.483.952. INT. CL. 35. 
TEXAS UTILITIES ELECTRIC COMPANY. DALLAS. TX: 

1,483,818, PUB. 1-12-1988 INT. CL 39. 
TEXTRON INC , ROCKFORD, IL, DBA THE CAMCAR DI- 
VISION OF TEXTRON INC.: 

1,483,043. PUB i 1-10-1987. INT. CL. 6. 
TEXTRON INC.. PROVIDENCE, RI: 

1.483.935, INT. CL. 8 

1.483.936, INT. CL. 8. 

THE ANDERSONS, MAUMEE, OH: 

1,483.022, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 
THE TRUSTEE OF THE JAMES DEAN FOUNDATION, 
INDIANAPOLIS, IN: 

1,483.345. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 14. 

THERAPEUTIC EQUIPMEhTT CORPORATION. CLIFTON. 
NJ: 

1.483.252. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 10. 
THERAPLAY. INC.. MONSEY. NY: 

1.483,671. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
THERMO-ROUTIER LTEE. ST-LAURENT. QUEBEC, 
CANADA: 

1,483,256, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. II. 
THERMOSEN. INCORPORATED, STAMFORD, CT: 

1,483,182, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL 9. 
THERMTRON PRODUCTS, INC., FT. WAYNE, IN: 

1,166,706, CANC. INT. CL. 31. 
THOMAS O. PANSINI. MARK A. CASE AND PETER 
BROUILLET. HUNTINGTON BEACH. CA: 

1.483,593, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
THOSE CHARACTERS FROM CLEVELAND, INC., 
CLEVELAND, OH: 

1,483,650, PUB. 11-10-1987 INT. CL. 28. 

1,483,658, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
THOUGHTWARE, INC., COCONUT GROVE, FL: 

1,483,121, PUB. 12-9-1986. INT CL. 9. 
TIDY CAR INC , MISSISSAUGA. ONTARIO. CANADA: 

1.482.901, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 2. 
TIME-OUT FAMILY AMUSEMENT CENTERS, INC.. MA- 
NASSAS. VA: 

1.164.980. CANC. I?^. CL. 41. 
TIODIZE COMPANY. INC.. HUNTINGTON BEACH. CA: 

1.482.973, PUB. 11-10-1987. INT. CL. 4. 
TISCHER, ANN, ANCHORAGE, AK: 

1,482,975, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 4. 



TISHCON CORPORATION. WESTBURY, NY: 

1.483.018. PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 

TOHOKU MUNEKATA CO.. LTD.. FUKUSHIMA-SHI, FU- 
KUSHIMA-KEN. JAPAN: 
1,166,361, CANC INT. CL. 11. 

TOPCO ASSOCIATES, INC., SKOKIE, IL, HOUSE OF 
D'AZUR. INC., SKOKIE, IL: 
836,050. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 51 (INT. CL. 3). 
TOPSTONE INDUSTRIES INC.. DANBURY. CT: 

1,483,382, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 16. 25 AND 28. 

TOTAL MARKETING COMPANY, INC., PLEASANT 
HILL. CA: 

1.483.387, PUB. 10-20-1987. INT CL. 16. 

TOWN AND COUNTRY F(X)D MARKETS, INC.. WICH- 
ITA, KS: 

1,483,853, PUB. 12-27-1983. INT. CL. 42. 
TRAC INTERNATIONAL. INC.. ATLANTA, OA: 

1.483.302. PUB 7-1-1986 INT. CL. 12. 

TRADITIONAL MEDICINALS. INC., ROHNERT PARK, 
CA: 

1,482,986, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 

TRANS WORLD INTERNATIONAL, INC., CLEVELAND. 
OH: 

1,164.988. CANC. INT. CL. 41. 

TRANSLIGHT MEDIA ASSOCIATES, INC., WHEATON, 
IL: 

1,483,777, PUB. I-12-I988. I?^. CL. 35. 

TRAVEL CONCEPTS, INC., SAN FRANCISCO, CA. DBA 
GO WORLDWIDE TOURS: 

1.483.822. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 39. 

TREMCO INCORPORATED. CLEVELAND. OH: 
1,483,439, PUB 1-12-1988. INT CL. 17. 

TRENDCO, INC., CLEVELAND, OH: 

1,483.625. PUB. 1-12-1988. I>n". CL. 27. 

TRIAD MARKETING. INC.. OKLAHOMA CITY. OK: 
1.482,957. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT CL. 3. 

TRIBORO QUILT MFG CORP , WHITE PLAIN^ NY: 
1,483.512, PUB. 9-15-1987. INT. CL. 24. 

TRILOGY RESTAURANT CORP., NEW YORK, NY: 
1,166,852. CANC. INT. CL. 42 

TRUCKIN" MOVERS CORPORATION. DURHAM. NC: 
1.164.945. CANC. INT. CL. 39. 

TRUE FAUX. BIRMINGHAM, Ml: 

1,483,338, PUB 1-12-1988. INT CL. 14. 

TRUST OF MALCOLM MURRAY MCCUNE, THE, DBA 
THE FARM SHOPPING CENTER: 
1.166,762, CANC. INT. CL. 36. 

TRUSTEES OF BOSTON COLLEGE THE CHESTNUT 
HILL, MA: 

1.483.601, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 

1.483.602, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 

1.483.603, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 

TSUMURA JUNTENDO. INC., NIHONBASHI, CHUO-KU. 
TOKYO, JAPAN: 

1,482,932, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 

TUB-UMS MANUFACTURING CO., INCORPORATED, 
AMSTERDAM, NY: 

1,162,841, CANC INT CL 25. 

TULOX PLASTICS CORPORATION, MARION, IN. EX- 
TRUDED PLASTICS. INC.. NORWALK, CT: 

432.398. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 2 (INT. CL. 21). 
TURTLE WAX. INC.. CHICAGO. IL: 

1.482,912. PUB. 1-6-1987. INT. CL. 3. 

1.482,935. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 



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TUTTLE LAW PRINT. INC.. RUTLAND. VT: 

1.483,385. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
TWO rs LTD.. MORTON GROVE. IL. RIES DISTRIBU- 
TORS. INC.. CHICAGO. IL: 

831.418. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 26 (INT. CL. 9). 
TYLER INTERNATIONAL. INC.. WESTWOOD. MA: 

1.166,433. CANC. INT. CL. 12. 
U.S. PRODUCTS. INC.. AGOURA HILLS. CA: 

1.483,094. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 
UAD LABORATORIES, INC., JACKSON, MS: 

1,483,020, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 
UNI-ALL CO. LTD., TAIPEI, TAIWAN: 

1,483,450, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 18. 
UNIE VAN KUNSTMESFABRIEKEN B.V.: See— 

DSM MESTSTOFFEN BV. 
UNIMED. INC., SOMERVILLE, NJ: 

838.666. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 18 (INT. CL. 5). 
UNION CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. THE, 
CINCINNATI, OH: 

1,483,798, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 36. 
UNION PEN & PENCIL COMPANY, GREENWICH, CT: 

1,483,373, PUB 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
UNION TANK CAR COMPANY, LINCOLNSHIRE IL: 

1,166.423. CANC. INT. CL. 12. 
UNION WADDING COMPANY, PAWTUCKET, RI: 

842,555. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 50 (INT. CL. 20). 
UNITED STATES AEROBIC ASSOCIATION, BARABOO, 
WI: 

1,483.954. INT. CL. 41. 
UNITED STATES CERAMIC TILE COMPANY, EAST 
SPARTA, OH: 

1,483,467, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 19. 
UNITED STATES SHOE CORPORATION, THE, CINCIN- 
NATI, OH: 

1,483,537, PUB. 4-28-1987. INT. CL. 25. 

1.483.600. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
UNITED STATES TENNIS ASSOCIATION INCORPORAT- 
ED. NEW YORK. NY: 

1.483.547. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
UNITED STATES VOLLEYBALL ASSOCIATION, SAN 
FRANCISCO, CA: 

1,163.173. CANC. INT. CL 42. 

UNITED STATES WATER POLO. INC., COLORADO 

SPRINGS. CO: 

1.483.836. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 41. 
UNITED TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION. HARTFORD. 

CT: 

1.483.186, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 

1.483.187, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 

1.483.188, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 

1.483.189, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 

UNITY TEXTILES, INC., NEW YORK. flY: 
1.483.549. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 

UNIVERSAL CITY STUDIOS, INC.. UNIVERSAL CITY, 
CA: 

1,149,912, CANC. INT. CL. 25. 

UNIVERSAL FOODS CORPORATION, MILWAUKEE WI, 
WARNER-JENKINSON MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 
SAINT LOUIS. MO: 

838.908. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 flNT. CL. 30). 

UNIVERSAL SENSORS AND DEVICES. INC., CHATS- 
WORTH, CA: 
I 1,483,201. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 

UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER INSTITUTE OF SCI- 
ENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. MANCHESTER, UNITED 
KINGDOM: 

1,483,137, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 

UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI, CORAL GABLES, FL: 
1,483,839, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 41. 



UNIVERSITY PRODUCTS, INC., HOLYOKE MA: 

1,483,409, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 
UP AND COMING, INC., SPARKS, NV: 

1,482,964, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 

URSCHEL LABORATORIES INCORPORATED, VALPAR- 
AISO, IN: 

1,483,083, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 7. 
URSCHEL LABORATORIES, INC., VALPARAISO, IN: 

842,821. REN. 4-5-1988. US. CL. 23 (INT. CL. 7). 
USAMERIBANCS, INC., BANNOCKBURN, IL: 

1,483,785, PUB. 8-4-1987. INT. CL. 36. 
USX TELECENTERS CORP., SUNNYVALE, CA: 

1,454,587. CANC. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. CLS. 35, 37, 
38 AND 42. 

1.454.589, CANC. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. CLS. 35, 37, 
38 AND 42. 

UTEX INDUSTRIES, INC., HOUSTON, TX: 

1,483,670, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 
VACATIONS TO GO, INC., HOUSTON. TX: 

1,483,824. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 39. 
VALCHRIS. INC., TURLOCK, CA, AKA SIERRA FARMS: 

1,166,678, CANC. INT. CL. 29. 
VALCOR ENGINEERING CORPORATION, SPRING- 
FIELD, NJ, ELECTROID DIVISION OF VALCOR ENGI- 
NEERING CORPORATION, UNION, NJ, DOING BUSI- 
NESS AS ELECTROID COMPANY: 
837,037. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 21 (INT. CL. 9). 
VALE NATIONAL TRAINING CENTER, INC., TYLER. 
TX, VALE TECHNICAL INSTITUTE, BLAIRSVILLE 
PA: 
835,673. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 107 GNT. CL. 41). 
VALHAR CHEMICAL CORPORATION, GREENWICH. 
CT, DBA GRANNICK'S PHARMACY: 
1.482,994. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 
VAN DUSEN AIR INCORPORATED. MINNEAPOLIS. MN: 

1,164.996. CANC. INT. CL. 41. 
VAN HORNE FRESH CREAM B.V., NX ROGGEL, NETH- 
ERLANDS: 

1,483,689, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 29 AND 33. 
VAN WORMER TREE SERVICE INC., RICHMOND, VA: 

1,166,850, CANC. INT. CL. 42. 
VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY, THE NASHVILLE TN: 

1,166,811, CANC. INT. CL. 41. 
VARIFORM, INC., KEARNEY, MO: 

1,483,309, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 12. 
VERHOEVEN, JOHANNES H.M., BRAINE L'ALLEUD, 
BELGIUM, AKA J.H.M. VERHOEVEN: 

1,483,125, PUB. 1-12-1988. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 9. 16 AND 20. 
VERMONT AMERICAN CORPORATION. LOUISVILLE, 
KY, VERMONT AMERICAN CORPORATION, LOUIS- 
VILLE, KY: 

826,076. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 23 (INT. CL. 8). 
VERMONT AMERICAN CORPORATION, LOUISVILLE 

KY: 

1,483,049, PUB. 10-28-1986. INT. CL. 7. 
VERNON L. GOEDECKE CO., INC., ST. LOUIS, MO: 

1,482,891, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 1. 
VERTEX ELECTRONICS, INC., FARMINGDALE NY: 

1,162,600, CANC. INT. CL. 9. 
VIACOM INTERNATIONAL INC., NEW YORK, NY, TER- 
RYTOONS, INC., NEW ROCHELLE NY: 

433,330. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 26 (INT. CL. 9). 
VIACOM INTERNATIONAL INC.. NEW YORK, NY: 

1.162.590, CANC. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. CLS. 9 AND 
28. 

VICTORIAN SCENTS, WILLITS, CA: 
1,482,945, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 3. 



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VID KIDS PRODUCTIONS INC., TORONTO. ONTARIO. 
CANADA: 

1.483.953. INT. CL. 41. 
VIGO IMPORTING CO., TAMPA. FL: 

1.166,702. CANC. INT. CL. 30. 
VISA INTERNATIONAL SERVICE ASSOCIATION. SAN 
MATEO. CA. BANKAMERICA SERVICE CORPORA- 
TION. SAN FRANCISCO, CA: 

839,744. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 102 (INT. CL. 36). 
VISION ELECTRONICS. SAN ANTONIO, TX: 

1,162,596, CANC. INT. CL. 9. 
VISITEC COMPANY. SARASOTA, FL: 

1,483.251. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 10. 
VISUAL PANOGRAPHICS. INC.. GRAND PRAIRIE, TX: 

832,932. REN. 4-5-1988. US. CL. 38 (INT. CL. 16). 
VITA-FRESH VITAMIN CO., INC.: See— 

PHARMAVITE CORPORATION. 
VITRONICS CORPORATION, NEWMARKET, NH: 

1,483.185. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
VORWERK ft CO MOBELSTOPTWERKE GMBH & CO. 
KG., WUPPERTAL 2, FED REP GERMANY: 
1.483,507. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 24. 
VULCAN-HART CORPORATION. BALTIMORE. MD: 

1.166,375. CANC. INT CL. 11. 
W ft L FOOD SALES, INC.. VERNON. CA. K ft C FOOD 
SALES. LOS ANGELES. CA. DOING BUSINESS AS 
KING'S CHOICE FOODS COMPANY: 
831.921. REN 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 46 (INT. CL. 29). 
W. J. RENDELL LIMITED. CROYDON. SURREY. ENG- 
LAND: 

1.483.934. INT. CL. 5. 
W. R. CASE ft SONS CUTLERY COMPANY. BRADFORD. 
PA. CASE BROTHERS CUTLERY CO.. LITTLE 
VALLEY, NY: 
64,130. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 23 (INT. CL. 8). 
W R. GRACE ft CO.. CAMBRIDGE, MA, UNIVERSAL 
ZONOLITE INSULATION COMPANY, CHICAGO. IL: 
431,731. REN. 4-5-1988. US. CL. 10 (INT. CL. 1). 
W. S SHAMBAN ft COMPANY, SANTA MONICA, CA: 
1,483,425, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 17. 

W.B. MARVIN MANUFACTURING COMPANY, THE, 
URBANA, OH: 

1.483.261, PUB. 8-18-1987. INT. CL. 11. 

W.C. HERAEUS GMBH, HANAU/MAIN, FED REP GER- 
MANY. QUARZLAMPEN GESELLSCHAFT MIT 
BESCHRANKTER HAFTUNG. HANAU. FED REP GER- 
MANY: 
840,857. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 26 ONT. CL. 9). 
WAGS, INC., DEDHAM, MA: 

1.483.551, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 
WAGSTAFF. PATRICIA B.. CHASE CITY, VA, DBA VIR- 
GINIA CHRISTMAS SHOW: 
1,483,951, INT. CL. 35. 
WAISTWEAR, LTD., NEW YORK. NY: 
1,483.591, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 25. 

WALDORF CORPORATION, ST. PAUL, MN, HOERNER- 
WALDORF CORPORATION, SAINT PAUL. MN: 
838.161. REN 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 2 (INT. CL. 20). 
WALRAY INCORPORATED. ROANOKE. TX: 

1,483.304, PUB. 4-14-1987. INT. CL. 12. 
WALTER TRUCK CORPORATION, GUILDERLAND 
CENTER, NY. WALTER MOTOR TRUCK COMPANY, 
INC., LONG ISLAND CITY, NY: 
226,700 REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 19 (INT. CL. 12). 
WALTRON LTD., MURRAY HILL, NJ: 

1,483,035, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 6. 
WAMCO WINNER PRODUCTS, INC., BOISE, ID: 

1.483.262, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 11. 

1.483.263, PUB, 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 11. 
WARE, REUBEN A., SR.. SAVANNAH, GA: 

1,483.651, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 



WARNER-LAMBERT COMPANY. MORRIS PLAINS. NJ: 
1,483,741, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 30. 

WASHINGTON HEALTHCARE CORPORATION, WASH- 
INGTON, DC, DBA MEDLANTIC HEALTHCARE 
GROUP; 

1.483.883, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 

1.483.884, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 42. 

WATER MAID FILTERLAND U.S.A., INC.. MESA. AZ: 

1,365,366, CANC. INT. CL. 9. 
WATT COUNT OF TENNESSEE, INC.. NASHVILLE, TN: 

1,163,150. CANC. INT. CL. 42. 

WAYNE-GOSSARD CORPORATION. CHATTANOOGA, 
TN: 

1,483,527, PUB. 5-20-1986 INT. CL. 25. 
1.483.530. PUB. 8-5-1986. INT. CL. 25. 

WEIL CERAMICS ft GLASS. INC.. CARLSTADT, NJ, 
WEIL CERAMICS ft GLASS, INC., NEW YORK, NY: 
834,717. REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 30 (INT. CL. 21). 

WEISSMANN; JOSEPH. SANTA MONICA, CA, DBA DE- 
MOGRAPHIC RESEARCH COMPANY: 
1,166,748, CANC. INT. CL. 35. 
WELLINGTON HOME PRODUCTS, INC., PATERSON, NJ: 

1,483,479, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 20. 

1,483,503, PUB. 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 21. 

WELLWAY INTERNATIONAL CORP., MONTEBELLO, 
CA: 

1,483,565, PUB. 11-10-1987. INT. CL. 25. 
WEMBLEY INDUSTRIES, INC., NEW ORLEANS, LA: 

1,162.844, CANC INT. CL 25. 

WEMCO. INC., NEW ORLEANS. LA. WEMBLEY. INC.. 
NEW ORLEANS. LA: 

840.047 REN. 4-5-1988. U.S. CL. 39 (INT. CL. 25). 
WERNER ENTERPRISES. INC.. OMAHA, NE: 

1,483,817. PUB. 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 39. 
WEST PAN, INC., NEW YORK. NY: 

1,483,855, PUB. 2-19-1985. INT. CL. 42. 
WEST POINT-PEPPERELL, INC., WEST POINT, GA: 

1,483,520, PUB 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 24. 
WEST PUBLISHING COMPANY, ST. PAUL. MN: 

1.483,942, INT. CL. 16. 
WESTERN ENERGY INCORPORATED, PALO ALTO. CA: 

1,166,362, CANC. INT. CL. 11. 
WESTERN PHOTOGRAPHICS, INC., SEATTLE, WA: 

1.164.959, CANC. INT. CL. 40. 
WESTERN PUBLISHING COMPANY. INC., RACINE. WI: 

1,166,731, CANC. INT CL. 35. 

WESTERN STATES IMPORT COMPANY, INC.. NEW- 
BURY PARK, CA: 

1.483.320, PUB. 1-12-1988, INT. CL. 12. 

1.483.321, PUB. 1-12-1988 INT. CL. 12. 

WESTINGHOUSE BROADCASTING AND CABLE. INC.: 
See— 

WESTINGHOUSE BROADCASTING COMPANY, INC.. 
WESTINGHOUSE BROADCASTING COMPANY, INC., 
NEW YORK, NY FROM WESTINGHOUSE BROAD- 
CASTING AND CABLE, INC., NEW YORK, NY: 

1,483,354, PUB. 1 1-5-1985, MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. 
CLS. 16 AND 41. 

WESTWOOD PHARMACEUTICALS INC., BUFFALO. NY. 
GEIGY COMPANY, INC., NEW YORK, NY: 

434,497, REN, 4-5-1988, US, CL, 18 (INT, CL. 5). 
WET ENTERPRISES, INC, BURBANK, CA: 

1,483,914, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL 42. 
WHISTLER CORPORATION, WESTFORD, MA: 

1,483,213, PUB. 1-12-1988, INT CL, 9 
WIKI WIKI CORPORATION, WICHITA. KS: 

1.163.169. CANC, INT, CL, 42. 

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WILDFIRE CORPORATION. REDMOND. WA: 

1.483.323. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL, 12, 
WILL ft BAUMER. INC.. LIVERPOOL. NY, WILL ft 
BAUMER COMPANY, THE, SYRACUSE, NY: 
62,421. REN. 4-5-1988, U.S. CL. 15 (INT. CL. 4). 
WILLAMETTE SEED COMPANY, SHEDD, OR: 

1.483.742. PUB. 1-12-1988, INT. CL. 31. 

1.483.743. PUB. 10-20-1987. INT. CL. 31, 
WILLHOITE. STANLEY. TEMPLE. TX: 

1.483.110. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 8. 
WILLOWISP PRESS. INC.. WORTHINGTON. OH: 

1,483,416, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL, 16, 
WINDMERE CORPORATION, HIALEAH, FL: 

1,483,099. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 8. 
WINSTON, JULIE, ROCKVILLE, MD. DBA SEALED 
WITH A KISS: 

1.483.949, INT. CL. 35. 
WOLF BRAND PRODUCTS, CORSICANA, TX: 

1,166,681, CANC. MULTIPLE CLASS, INT. CLS. 29 
AND 30, 
WOLFL, PETER, TORONTO, ONT., CANADA: 

1,483,211, PUB. 1-12-1988, INT. CL. 9. 
WORCESTER CONTROLS CORPORATION, MARLBOR- 
OUGH, MA: 

1,483.222, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
WORLD AEROBATICS, INC., HALES CORNERS, WI: 

1,166,594, CANC MULTIPLE CLASS, INT, CLS. 25 
AND 41, 
WORLD ENTERPRISES, INC., BALTIMORE, MD: 

1,483,342, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 14. 
WORLD KEY, INC., CAMARILLO, CA: 

1,158.409. CANC. INT. CL. 39. 
WORLD WIDE FOOD PRODUCTS, LTD., EVANSTON, IL: 

1.483,727, PUB. 9-22-1987. INT. CL, 30, 
XOMED INC, JACKSONVILLE, FL: 

1,483,231, PUB, 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 10. 
YARMO. HERBERT L., BERKELEY. CA, DBA YOU SEND 
ME: 

1,483,819. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT, CL. 39. 



YORK HOSPITAL. YORK, PA: 

1.483.890, PUB, 1-12-1988, INT, CL, 42, 

1.483.891. PUB, 1-12-1988, INT, CL. 42. 

YORK INDUSTRIES, INC. YORK. PA. AMERICAN MA- 
CHINE ft FOUNDRY COMPANY. NEW YORK, NY: 
820,681. REN. 4-5-1988, U,S, CL. 23 (INT, CL. 7). 
YOUNGMAN, ALBERT J., HAMPTON BAYS. NY: 
1,483.656. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 28. 

ZAITZ. ALAN. SCARSDALE, NY AND SAGI. INC. NEW 
YORK, NY: 

1,483,567, PUB. 9-22-1987. INT, CL, 25. 

ZENITH CARPETS, INC., DALTON, GA: 

1,166,620, CANC. INT. CL. 27. 

1,166,622, CANC. INT. CL. 27. 
ZENITH ELECTRONICS CORPORATION, GLENVIEW, 
IL: 

1,483,214, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 9. 
ZEUS MANUFACTURING, INC., COSTA MESA, CA: 

1,166,416, CANC. INT, CL. 12, 
ZIELINSKI, EDWARD MICHAEL, SANTA ROSA, CA, 
DBA SOFTWARE 1ST: 

1.483,854, PUB. 12-11-1984. INT. CL. 42, 
ZOO MED LABORATORIES, INC, SANTA ANA, CA: 

1,482,999, PUB, 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5, 

ZOOKI PRODUCTS, INC, TOMBALL, TX; 
1,483,317, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT, CL, 12. 

ZOTOS INTERNATIONAL, INC., DARIEN, CT; 
1,482,922. PUB, 11-10-1987, INT, CL, 3, 

21ST CENTURY PUBLISHING. INC. BOISE, ID; 
1,483,419, PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 16. 

3 BAR W WESTERN WORLD, INC . JACKSON, MS: 
1.483.910, PUB, 1-12-1988, INT, CL, 42, 

47TH STREET PHOTO, INC., NEW YORK. NY: 
1,483,152, PUB, 6-9-1987, INT. CL. 9, 

8 IN 1 PET PRODUCTS, INC., BRENTWOOD, NY; 
1,482.983. PUB. 1-12-1988. INT. CL. 5. 



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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
C. William Verity, Secretary 
PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 
DonaM J. Quigg, Commissioner 



Vol. 1089 Number 2 














AZET 







of the 
UNITED STATES PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



^oute to: 



TRADEMARKS 
April 12, 1988 



U.S. 

DEPARTMENT 

OF COMMERCE 

Patent 

and 

Trademark 

Office 




PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY AUTHORITY OF CONGRESS 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE of the 
UNITED STATES PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

April 12, 1988 Volume 1089 Number 2 



CONTENTS 

Page 
Patent and Trademark Office Notices 

Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) Information 1089 TMOG 2 

Notice of Maintenance Fees Payable 1089 TMOG 2 

Notice of Expiration of Patents Due to Failure to Pay Maintenance 

Fees 1089 TMOG 3 

Notice of Acceptance of Delayed Payment of Maintenance 

Fees 1089 TMOG 4 

Reissue Applications Filed 1089 TMOG 5 

Requests for Reexaminations Filed 1089 TMOG 5 

Notice of Recordability of Foreclosures for Assignment Purposes . . . 1089 TMOG 5 

Service by Publication 1089 TMOG 5 

Patents Available for License or Sale 1089 TMOG 6 

Condition of Trademark Applications 1089 TMOG 7 

Special Boxes for Mail 1089 TMOG 8 

Reference Collections of U.S. Patents Available for Public Use in 

Patent Depository Libraries 1088 TMOG 9 

Marks Published for Opposition TM 1 

Registrations Issued TM 137 

Principal Register TM 137 

Supplemental Register TM 158 

Registrations Renewed TM 164 

Registrations Canceled TM 168 

Registrations Amended, Corrected, etc TM 172 

Registrations Published Under Sec. 12(c) TM 178 

Index of Registrants TMI 1 

Change of Address Form and Subscription Order Form Back Page 



The following are mailed under direction of the Superintendent of Documents, Government 
Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 20402, to whom all subscriptions should be made payable and all 
communications addressed: 

THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE (PATENT SECTION), issued weekly. 

THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE (TRADEMARK SECTION), issued weekly. 

GENERAL INFORMATION concerning PATENTS 

GENERAL INFORMATION concerning TRADEMARKS. 



COPIES OF PATENTS are furnished by the Patent and Trademark Office at $1.50 each; 
PLANT PATENTS in color, $6.00 each; copies of TRADEMARKS at $1.50 each. Address orders 
to the Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks, Washington, D.C., 20231. 



Printing authorized by Section ll(a)3 of Title 35, U.S. Code P.T.O. 



PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE NOTICES 



Pateat CoopcnitiM Treaty (PCD InfarmatkNi 

For information concerning the PCT member 
countries see the notice appearing in the Official Gazette 
at 1076 O.G. 3 on Mar. 3, 1987. 

For use of the European Patent Office as a Searching 
Authority for PCT apphcations filed in the United 
States Receiving Office, see the notice appearing in the 
Official Gazette at 1022 O.G. S2 on Sept. 28. 1982. 

For use of the European Patent Office as a Prelimi- 
nary Examining Authority for PCT applications filed in 
the United States Receiving Office, see the notice ap- 
pearing in the Official Gazette at 1080 O.G. 2 on July 7, 
1987. 

Certain domestic PCT fees for intemationaJ applica- 
tions have been changed effective Oct. 5, 1985 in the 
rule change notice titled "Revision of Patent Fees" 
published at 1057 O.G. 24 on Aug. 20, 1985. 

The Search fee of the European Patent Office was 
changed due to a difference in the exchange rate of the 
U.S. dollar with regard to the German Mark as of Mar. 
IS, 1988, and was announced in the Official Gazette at 
1087 O.G. 24 on Feb. 16, 1988. 

Domestic PCT Fees for Chapter II, effective July 1, 
1987, were announced in the Official Gazette at 1079 
O.G. 32 on June 16, 1987. 

International PCT fees were changed on July 1, 1987 
due to a difference in the exchange rate of the U.S. dol- 
lar with regard to the Swiss Franc and were announced 
in the Official Gazette at 1079 O.G. 50 on June 23, 1987. 

International PCT Chapter II fees which were effec- 
tive July I, 1987, were announced in the Official Gazette 
at 1079 O.G. 50 on June 23, 1987. The elimination of 
multiple handling fees and the supplement to the han- 
dling fee under PCT Rule 57 was announced at 1085 
O.G. 34 on Dec. 22, 1987. 

The withdrawal of the Japanese declaration under 
PCT Article 64(2)(a), concerning the requirement for a 
Japanese translation of the international application 
within 20 months from the priority date when Japan is 
elected under PCT Chapter II, as from Dec. 8, 1987, 
was announced at 1085 O.G. 34 on Dec. 22, 1987. 

National stage fees effective July 1, 1987, for entering 
the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office as a designated or 
elected Office were changed effective July 1, 1987, and 
were announced in the Official Gazette at 1079 O.G. 32 
on June 16, 1987. 

The current schedule of PCT fees is as follows: 

Transmittal fee: 170.00 

Search Fee 
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office as 

Searching Authority (ISA) 
— No corresponding prior U.S. national 

application fil^: 520.00 

— Corresponding prior U.S. national 

application filed: 350.00 

— Supplemental search fee, per 

additional invention 140.00 

European Patent Office as Searching 
Authority 1300.00 

1089 TMOG 2 



Preliminary examination fee 

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office as 

Preliminary Examining Authority (IPEA) 
—Search fee paid to USPTO as 

Searching Authority 370.00 

— Additional examination fee, per 

additional invention 125.00 

—Searching Authority not the USPTO . . 570.00 
— Additional examination fee, 

per additional invention 190.00 

International fees 

Basic fee: 485.00 

Basic Supplemental fee (for each page 

over 30): 10.00 

Designation fee per country or region 
for the first 10 national or regional 

offices: 120.00 

Designation fee for 11th and No 

subsequent designations: Charge 

Handling fee: 1 50.00 

U.S. National Stage fees 

Small Non-small 
Entity Entity 

U.S. Patent and Trademark 
Office was Preliminary Ex- 
amining Authority (IPEA) 150.00 300.00 

USPTO was ISA but not 

IPEA 170.00 340.00 

USPTO was neither ISA nor 
IPEA 225.00 450.00 

USPTO was IPEA and all 
claims presented satisfied 
provisions of PCT Article 
33(1) to (4) 25.00 50.00 

— For each independent 
claim in excess of 3 17.00 34.00 

— For each claim in excess of 
20 6.00 12.00 

— For each application con- 
taining a multiple depen- 
dent claim 55.00 1 10.00 

— Surcharge for filing nation- 
al fee or oath or 
declaration after the time 
limit applicable under PCT 
Article 22 or 39.1 55.00 110.00 

— Processing fee for filing 
English translation after 
the time limit applicable 
under PCT Article 22 or 
39.1 26.00 26.00 



Mar. 21, 1988. 



DONALD J. QUIGG, 

Assistant Secretary and 

Commissioner of Patents 
and Trademarks. 



Notice of Maintenance Fees Payable 

Title 37, Code of Federal Regulations, Section 
1.362(d), effective Nov. 1, 1984, provides that mainte- 
nance fees may be paid without surcharge for a six- 
month period bieginning 3, 7, and 1 1 years after the date 
of issue of patents based on applications filed on or after 
Dec. 12, 1980. An additional six-month grace period is 
provided by 35 U.S.C 41(b) and 37 CFR 1.362(e) for 
payment of the maintenance fee with the surcharge set 
forth in 37 CFR 1.20(k) or 0). as amended effective Oct. 
5, 1985. If the maintenance fee is not paid in a patent re- 



April 12. 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



1089 TMOG 3 



quiring such payment the patent will expire on the 4th, 
8th or 12th anniversary of the grant. 

Attention is drawn to the patents which were issued 
on April 9, 1985, for which maintenance fees due at 3 
years and six months may now be paid. The patents 
have patent numbers within the following ranges: 

Utility Patents 4,509,213 through 4.510,624 
Reissue Patents based on the above identified patents. 

No maintenance fees are required for design or plant 
patents. 

Payments of maintenance fees in patents should be di- 
rected to "Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks, 
Box M. Fee, Washington. DC. 20231." 

The current amounts of the maintenance fees due at 3 
years and six months are set forth in 37 CFR 1.20(e) and 
(h), as amended effective Oct. 5, 1985, which are repro- 
duced below: 

37 CFR §1.20 Post-issuance fees 

"(e) For maintaining an original or reissue patent, except 
a design or plant patent, based on an application filed 
on or after Dec. 12. 1980 and before Aug. 27, 1982, 
in force beyond 4 years; the fee is due by three years 
and six months after the original grant ... $ 225.00" 

"(h) For maintaining an original or reissue patent, except 
a design or plant patent, based on an application filed 
on or after Aug. 27. 1982, in force beyond 4 years; 
the fee is due by three years and six months after the 
original grant: 

By a small entity (§I.9(f)) $ 225.00 

By other than a small entity $ 450.00" 

The amounts of the surcharges as amended effective 
Oct. 5, 1985, are set forth in 37 CFR 1.20 (k) and (1) 
which are reproduced below: 

"(k) Surcharge for paying a maintenance fee during the 
6-month grace period following the expiration of 
three years and six months, seven years and six 
months, and eleven years and six months after the 
date of the original grant of a patent based on an ap- 
plication filed on or after Dec. 12, 1980 and before 
Aug. 27, 1982 $ 1 10.00" 

"G) Surcharge for paying a maintenance fee during the 
6-month grace period following the expiration of 
three years and six months, seven years and six 
months, and eleven years and six months after the 
date of the original grant of a patent based on an ap- 
plication filed on or after Aug. 27, 1982: 

By a small entity (§1.9(f)) $ 55.00 

By other than a small entity SI 10.00" 

Section 1.20 paragraph (m) as amended as a result of 
enactment of Public Law 98-622 effective Nov. 8, 1984, 
is reproduced below: 

"(m) Surcharge for accepting a maintenance fee after ex- 
piration of a patent for non-timely payment of a 
maintenance fee where the delay in payment is 
shown to the satisfaction of the Commissioner to 
have been unavoidable S 500.00" 



According to the records of the Office, the patents 
listed below have expired due to failure to pay the re- 
quired maintenance fee and any applicable surcharge. 

PATENTS iVHICH EXPIRED JANUARY 24. 1988, 
DUE TO FAILURE TO PA Y MAINTENANCE FEES 



Notice of Expiration of Patents 
Due to Failure to Pay Maintenance Fees 

35 U.S.C 41 and 37 CFR 1.362(g) provide that if the 
required maintenance fee and any applicable surcharge 
are not paid in a patent requiring such payment, the pa- 
tent will expire at the end of the 4th, 8th, or 12th anni- 
versary of the grant of the patent depending on the first 
maintenance fee which was not paid. 



tent Number 


Serial Number 


Issue Date 


4.426,741 


06/366.583 


1/24/84 


4,426,747 


06/338.548 


1/24/84 


4,426,748 


06/247.370 


1/24/84 


4,426,777 


06/476.643 


1/24/84 


4,426,778 


06/330,246 


1/24/84 


4,426,782 


06/397,639 


1/24/84 


4,426,786 


06/424,871 


1/24/84 


4,426,787 


06/397,678 


1/24/84 


4,426,790 


06/284,682 


1/24/84 


4,426,797 


06/424,622 


1/24/84 


4,426,803 


06/413.715 


1/24/84 


4,426,811 


06/303,625 


1/24/84 


4,426,823 


06/269.480 


1/24/84 


4,426,829 


06/402,207 


1/24/84 


4.426,840 


06/333,918 


1/24/84 


4.426.860 


06/281.701 


1/24/84 


4.426,863 


06/319,853 


1/24/84 


4,426,875 


06/330,377 


1/24/84 


4,426,885 


06/416,218 


1/24/84 


4.426.888 


06/288,465 


1/24/84 


4.426.890 


06/292,650 


1/24/84 


4.426.894 


06/316,735 


1/24/84 


4,426,900 


06/314,745 


1/24/84 


4,426,905 


06/421,974 


1/24/84 


4,426,912 


06/312,695 


1/24/84 


4,426,916 


06/274,785 


1/24/84 


4,426,919 


06/280.789 


1/24/84 


4,426,932 


06/318.663 


1/24/84 


4,426,937 


06/310.478 


1/24/84 


4,426,943 


06/375.923 


1/24/84 


4,426,944 


06/236.511 


1/24/84 


4,426,961 


06/312.334 


1/24/84 


4,426.967 


06/414.395 


1/24/84 


4.426,969 


06/380.377 


1/24/84 


4,426.978 


06/230,287 


1/24/84 


4,426.989 


06/249,750 


1/24/84 


4.426.992 


06/383,255 


1/24/84 


4.426,996 


06/280,891 


1/24/84 


4,426,998 


06/362,914 


1/24/84 


4,427,012 


06/470,247 


1/24/84 


4.427.015 


06/311,938 


1/24/84 


4.427,021 


06/420,930 


1/24/84 


4,427,024 


06/296,316 


1/24/84 


4,427,037 


06/312,353 


1/24/84 


4,427,041 


06/291,957 


1/24/84 


4.427,044 


06/279,066 


1/24/84 


4,427,046 


06/357,250 


1/24/84 


4,427,057 


06/227,417 


1/24/84 


4,427,061 


06/303,587 


1/24/84 


4,427,062 


06/354,796 


1/24/84 


4,427,064 


06/307.910 


1/24/84 


4,427,074 


06/266,281 


1/24/84 


4,427,103 


06/227.693 


1/24/84 


4,427,110 


06/410,567 


1/24/84 


4,427,116 


06/346.742 


1/24/84 


4,427,117 


06/300.261 


1/24/84 


4,427,118 


06/298.588 


1/24/84 


4,427,119 


06/270.253 


1/24/84 


4,427,120 


06/257.367 


1/24/84 


4,427,125 


06/389.574 


1/24/84 


4,427,127 


06/393.453 


1/24/84 


4,427,130 


06/304.477 


1/24/84 


4,427,148 


06/359.563 


1/24/84 


4,427,149 


06/321.283 


1/24/84 


4,427,160 


06/389,599 


1/24/84 


4,427,167 


06/303,801 


1/24/84 


4,427,172 


06/312,637 


1/24/84 


4,427,177 


06/257,545 


1/24/84 


4,427,178 


06/405,001 


1/24/84 


4,427,182 


06/388.454 


1/24/84 



1089 TMOG 4 




OFFICIAL C 


jAZEIlE 




April 12. 1988 


4.427,194 


06/454,043 


1/24/84 


4,427,555 


06/452.950 


1/24/84 


4.427,201 


06/412,823 


1/24/84 


4,427,564 


06/428,825 


1/24/84 


4,427.202 


06/412,829 


1/24/84 


4,427,578 


06/396,132 


1/24/84 


4.427.204 


06/458,180 


1/24/84 


4,427,580 


06/414,086 


1/24/84 


4,427.208 


06/364,253 


1/24/84 


4,427,588 


06/439,965 


1/24/84 


4,427.211 


06/389,176 


1/24/84 


4,427,608 


06/405,046 


1/24/84 


4,427,214 


06/283,230 


1/24/84 


4,427,610 


06/337,428 


1/24/84 


4,427,220 


06/244,146 


1/24/84 


4,427,638 


06/301,627 


1/24/84 


4,427,229 


06/337,809 


1/24/84 


4,427,649 


06/336,167 


1/24/84 


4,427,238 


06/270,941 


1/24/84 


4,427,662 


06/366,798 


1/24/84 


4,427,244 


06/240,243 


1/24/84 


4,427,666 


06/388,566 


1/24/84 


4,427.248 


06/322,081 


1/24/84 


4,427,672 


06/281,628 


1/24/84 


4.427,252 


06/274,767 


1/24/84 


4,427,673 


06/291,003 


1/24/84 


4,427.264 


06/224,161 


1/24/84 


4.427.675 


06/306,729 


1/24/84 


4.427.269 


06/324,998 


1/24/84 


4,427.683 


06/360,216 


1/24/84 


4,427,273 


06/323,617 


1/24/84 


4.427.685 


06/345.424 


1/24/84 


4,427.279 


06/296,606 


1/24/84 


4,427,687 


06/257,072 


1/24/84 


4,427,284 


06/384,820 


1/24/84 


4,427,694 


06/387,638 


1/24/84 


4,427,286 


06/397,396 


1/24/84 


4,427,702 


06/376,849 


1/24/84 


4,427,297 


06/369,150 


1/24/84 


4,427,708 


06/505,421 


1/24/84 


4.427.310 


06/378,234 


1/24/84 


4,427,713 


06/458,757 


1/24/84 


4.427.313 


06/366,565 


1/24/84 


4,427,714 


06/338,094 


1/24/84 


4.427,315 


06/236,617 


1/24/84 


4,427,719 


06/415,742 


1/24/84 


4,427.323 


06/285.055 


1/24/84 


4,427,721 


06/237,639 


1/24/84 


4,427,324 


06/412.639 


1/24/84 


4,427,747 


06/343,468 


1/24/84 


4,427,326 


06/377.123 


1/24/84 


4,427,752 


06/372,781 


1/24/84 


4,427,342 


06/311.514 


1/24/84 


4,427,763 


06/412,863 


1/24/84 


4,427,343 


06/424.743 


1/24/84 


4,427,776 


06/304,393 


1/24/84 


4,427,350 


06/338,283 


1/24/84 


4,427,785 


06/381,822 


1/24/84 


4,427,352 


06/419,815 


1/24/84 


4,427,795 


06/449,648 


1/24/84 


4.427,355 


06/325,096 


1/24/84 


4,427,797 


06/371,983 


1/24/84 


4.427,357 


06/375,736 


1/24/84 


4,427.812 


06/374,251 


1/24/84 


4,427,367 


06/261,373 


1/24/84 


4.427,817 


06/365,988 


1/24/84 


4,427,380 


06/416,845 


1/24/84 


4,427,818 


06/264,038 


1/24/84 


4,427,381 


06/443,458 


1/24/84 


4,427,835 


06/290,918 


1/24/84 


4.427,383 


06/375,562 


1/24/84 


4,427,839 


06/319,824 


1/24/84 


4,427,386 


06/336,938 


1/24/84 


4,427,841 


06/393,268 


1/24/84 


4.427,389 


06/369.890 


1/24/84 


4,427,864 


06/423.455 


1/24/84 


4,427,391 


06/315,540 


1/24/84 


4.427,866 


06/338,637 


1/24/84 


4,427,392 


06/264,672 


1/24/84 


4,427,875 


06/277,826 


1/24/84 


4,427,395 


06/410,962 


1/24/84 


4,427.883 


06/267,632 


1/24/84 


4,427,407 


06/326,707 


1/24/84 


4.427.905 


06/504,082 


1/24/84 


4,427,421 


06/298,386 


1/24/84 


4.427.908 


06/320,687 


1/24/84 


4.427,430 


06/361,557 


1/24/84 


4,427,929 


06/369,261 


1/24/84 


4,427.436 


06/397,617 


1/24/84 


4,427,939 


06/253.156 


1/24/84 


4.427.438 


06/383,293 


1/24/84 


4.427,941 


06/292.368 


1/24/84 


4.427.441 


06/410,679 


1/24/84 


4,427,949 


06/290,094 


1/24/84 


4.427.442 


06/344,714 


1/24/84 


4,427,951 


06/335,545 


1/24/84 


4,427.453 


06/311,734 


1/24/84 


4,427,955 


06/320,253 


1/24/84 


4,427,463 


06/389,976 


1/24/84 


4,427,960 


06/447,413 


1/24/84 


4.427.467 


06/373,080 


1/24/84 


4,427,965 


06/284,530 


1/24/84 


4,427.471 


06/333,817 


1/24/84 


4,427,967 


06/283,350 


1/24/84 


4,427.472 


06/427,360 


1/24/84 


4,427.982 


06/258,346 


1/24/84 


4,427,476 


06/315,842 


1/24/84 


4,428.009 


06/365,888 


1/24/84 


4,427,485 


06/377,380 


1/24/84 


4,428.018 


06/337,112 


1/24/84 


4.427,514 


06/388,514 


1/24/84 


4,428,030 


06/436,450 


1/24/84 


4,427,519 


06/313,419 


1/24/84 


4,428,034 


06/449,723 


1/24/84 


4,427,527 


06/330,455 


1/24/84 


4,428,036 


06/443,522 


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06/449,295 


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4,428,042 


06/231.455 


1/24/84 



Notiflcation of Acceptance of Delayed Payment of Maintenance Fee 
(35 VS.C. 41(c); 37 CFR 1 J78) 

The patents listed below arc considered as not having expired but are subject to the conditions set forth in 35 
U.S.C. 41(cX2), in view of the Petition to Accept Late Payment of the maintenance fees which has been 
GRANTED BY THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS, as provided for under 35 U.S.C. 
41(cKl)and 37 CFR 1.378. 



Patent No. 



Serial No. 



Patent Date 



Application 
Filing Date 



Delayed Payment 
Acceptance Date 



4.376,928 
4,385,953 
4,397,489 
4,397,753 



06/288,870 
06/331,590 
06/219,816 
06/420,482 



3/15/83 

5/31/83 

8/9/83 

8/9/83 



7/31/81 
12/17/81 
12/22/80 

9/20/82 



3/11/88 

3/11/88 

3/11/88 

3/9/88 



r 



April 12, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



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REISSUE APPLICATIONS HLED 

Notice under 37 CFR I.I 1(b). The reissue applications list- 
ed below are open to inspection by the general public in the 
indicated Examining Groups and copies may be obtained by 
paying the fee therefor (37 CFR 1.19(a)). 

4,561,793, Re. S.N. 139,661, Filed Dec. 30, 1987, CI. 
400/697.1, AUTOMATIC WORD CORRECTING 
SYSTEM, Raymond A. Blanchard, Jr., Owner of Rec- 
ord: SCAf Corp., Cortland, N.Y.. Attorney or Agent: 
Kenneth W. Greb, Ex. Gp.: 337 

4,631.329, Re. S.N. 140,700, Filed Jan. 4. 1988. CI. 
528/28. MOISTURE RESISTANT POLYURE- 
THANES DERIVED FROM NON-AROMATIC 
DUSOCYANATES AND OXANES AND A METH- 
OD FOR PREPARING SAME. Gerald A. Gomowicz, 
et al.. Owner of Record: The Dow Coming Corp., Mid- 
land. Mich., Attorney or Agent: Robert Spector, et al., 
Ex. Gp.: 151 



REQUESTS FOR REEXAMINATION FILED 

Notice under 37 CFR I.I 1(c). The requests for re- 
examination listed below are open to inspection by the gen- 
eral public in the indicated Examining Groups. Copies of the 
requests and related papers may be obtained by paying the 
fee therefor established in the Rules (37 CFR 1.19(a)). 

In the event correspondence to the patent owner is not re- 
ceived, this notice will be considered to be constructive no- 
tice to the patent owner and reexamination will proceed (37 
CFR 1.248(aK5)and 1.525(b)). 

4,431,739, Reexam. No. 90/001,453, Requested: Feb. 
29. 1988, CI. 435/253, TRANSFORMANT BACTERI- 
AL CULTURE CAPABLE OF EXPRESSING HET- 
EROLOGOUS PROTEIN, Arthur D. Riggs, Owner of 
Record: Genentech Inc., San Francisco, Calif., Attorney or 
Agent: Lyon & Lyon, Ex. Gp.: 120, Requester: Owner 

4,497,520. Reexam. No. 90/001.451. Requested: Feb. 
29, 1988. CI. 299/086. ROTATABLE CUTTING BIT, 
Randle Ojanen, Owner of Record: GTE Products Corp., 
Attorney or Agent: Donald R. Castle, Ex. Gp.: 350, Re- 
quester: Kennametal Inc., Latrobe, Pa. 

4,514,473, Reexam. No. 90/001,449, Requested: Feb. 
18. 1988. CI. 429/10. METHOD OF MANUFACTUR- 
ING AN ELECTRODE FOR AN ELECTROCHEM- 
ICAL CELL. AND AN ELECTRODE MANUFAC- 
TURED BY THE METHOD, John Atkin & Marie- 
Tlierese Loustau, Owner of Record: Societe 
Anonymediie.SAFT, Romainville, France, Attorney or 
Agent: Charles E. Hepner, Ex. Gp.: 110, Requester: 
Owner 

4,556,558, Reexam. No. 90/001,454, Requested: Feb. 
29, 1988, CI. 424/101, TREATMENT OF FACTOR 
VIII CONCENTRATE TO MINIMIZE THE AF- 
FECT OF UNDESIRABLE MICROORGANISMS, 
Alan Rubenstein, Owner of Record: Cedars-Sinai Medi- 
cal Center, Los Angeles, Calif., Attorney or Agent: Lyon 
& Lyon, Ex. Gp.: 120. Requester: Alpha Therapeutic 
Corp., Los Angeles, Calif 

4,647.471. Reexam. No. 90/001,456, Requested: Mar. 
2, 1988, CI. 427/37, METHOD FOR DISTRIBUTION 
LIQUID ONTO A SUBSTRATE, Walter N. Jenkins, 
Owner of Record: National Research Development Corp., 
London, England, Attorney or Agent: Cushman. Darby, 
et al.. Ex. Gp.: 150, Requester: Owner 

4,653,498, Reexam. No. 90/001,452, Requested: Mar. 
1, 1988, CI. 128/633. PULSE OXIMETER MONITOR. 
William New. et al., Owner of Record: Nellcor Inc., 
Hayward, Calif, Attorney or Agent: Thomas L. 
Ciannetti, Ex. Gp.: 330, Requester: Owner 



4,658.985, Reexam. No. 90/001.450, Requested: Feb. 
25. 1988, CI. 222/1, METHOD OF DISPENSING VA- 
POR TO THE AIR IN A ROOM AND AN APPA- 
RATUS FOR CARRYING OUT THE METHOD. 
Jens Madsen. et al., Owner of Record: Clean-Tex A/S. 
Morke, Denmark, Attorney or Agent; Earle R. Marden, 
Ex. Gp.: 310, Requester: Owner 

4.688.706. Reexam. No. 90/001,455, Requested: Feb. 
19, 1988, CI. 224/329. DEVICE FOR CARRYING A 
LOAD, Willis Thulin, Owner of Record: Industri AB 
Thule, Hillerstrorp. Sweden, Attorney or Agent: Bums, 
Doane, et al., Ex. Gp.: 240. Requester: Yakima Products 
Inc., Areata, Calif 



Recordability of Foreclosures 
for Assignment Purposes 

It has been the practice of the Assignment Branch to 
record security agreements between a secured party and 
a debtor which refer sjjecifically to a patent or a patent 
application and which are signed by the debtor. Howev- 
er, foreclosures by the secured party were not recorded 
because they were not signed by the debtor. According- 
ly, before recording a foreclosure not signed by a debt- 
or, the Assignment Branch required a Court order. This 
requirement forced the secured party to bring action in 
a court of law where otherwise Court action might not 
have been necessary. 

To facilitate recording of foreclosures not signed by a 
debtor and avoid unnecessary court proceedings, the Of- 
fice will record foreclosures which comply with all of 
the following criteria: 

(1) Submission of the foreclosure document with origi- 
nal endorsement by the secured party, or a verified 
copy thereof; 

(2) Identification of the patent by patent number or the 
patent application by serial number, or other ac- 
ceptable identifier(s) as specified in 37 CFR 
1.331(c). in the body of the foreclosure document 
itself or any addenda incorporated by reference; 

(3) Reference to the security agreement recorded un- 
der 37 CFR 1.331; and 

(4) Submission of a verified statement by a representa- 
tive of the secured pariy stating that the patent or 
the patent application has been legally foreclosed 
on based upon the applicable state laws. 

A foreclosure document complying with the above 
criteria will be deemed to be a recordable instrument in 
accordance with 37 CFR 1.331. 



March 14, 1988. 



THERESA A. BRELSFORD. 

Assistant Commissioner 

for Administration. 



Service by Publication 



A petition to cancel each of the registrations identified 
below having been filed, and the notice of such proceed- 
ings sent by registered mail to each registrant at the last 
known address having been returned by the Postal Ser- 
vice as undeliverable, notice is hereby given that unless 
the registrants listed herein, their assigns or legal repre- 
sentatives, shall enter an appearance within thirty days 
from the date of this publication, the cancellation will be 
proceeded with as in the case of default. 

Platinum Records, Inc., Miami, Fla., Reg. No. 
857,052, for the mark "PLATINUM", Cane. No. 16,426. 

A. Sagner's Son, Frederick, Md., Reg. No. 576,010, 
for the mark "COMPTON" and design. Cane. No. 
16,620. 

Back Country Mountain Sports, Inc., Buena Park, 
Calif. Reg. No. 907.757. for the mark "Back Country", 
Cane. No. 16,679. 



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OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



April 12, 1988 



Rite Autotronics Corp., Los Angeles, Calif., Reg. No. 
1,022.586, for the mark "ALL-PRO", Cane. No. 16,132. 

SMI Industries, Inc., assignee, by change of name and 
assignment, of S. Makransky & Sons, Philadelphia, Pa., 
Reg. No. 356,055, for the mark "ROYAL SCOT' and 
design. Cane. No. 16,250. 

Softcraft, Inc., Beiton, Mo., Reg. No. 1,288,030, for 
the mark "Grampals", Cane. No. 16,612. 

ERMA S. BROWN, 

Administrator 

of the Trademark Trial 
and Appeal Board. 
For JEFFREY M. SAMUELS, 

Assistant Commissioner 
for Trademarks. 



Patents Available for License or Sale 

General Electric Co. is prepared to grant non-exclu- 
sive licenses under the following patents upon reason- 
able terms to domestic manufacturers. 

Applications for license may be addressed to: Group 
Patent Counsel, Major Appliance Business Group, Gen- 
eral Electric Co., Appliance Park, AP 2-226, Louisville, 
Ky. 40225 

4,509,335. PRE-ASSEMBLED COOLING AND 
AIR CIRCULATING MODULE FOR A 
HOUSEHOLD REFRIGERATOR. 

4,642,435. ROTATING SLOT ANTENNA AR- 
RANGEMENT FOR MICROWAVE 
OVEN. 

4.653.285. SELF-CALIBRATING CONTROL 
METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR RE- 
FRIGERATION SYSTEMS. 

4,653,819. REFRIGERATOR CABINET AND 
GASKET CONSTRUCTION. 

4,662,184. SINGLE-SENSOR HEAD PUMP DE- 
FROST CONTROL SYSTEM. 

4,665,292. BOIL POINT PREDICTION AR- 
RANGEMENT FOR COOKING AP- 
PLIANCE. 

4,669,695. APPLIANCE ANTI-TIP SYSTEM. 

4,692,596. POWER CONTROL ARRANGEMENT 
FOR AUTOMATIC SURFACE UNIT. 

4,695,693. TRIANGULAR ANTENNA ARRAY 
FOR MICROWAVE OVEN. 

4.715.286. CONVEYOR SYSTEM. 

D. 290,241. NOVELTY CHRISTMAS TREE OR- 
NAMENT, Andree Gelpi, P.O. Box 4033, 
New Orleans, La. 70178. 

3,988,520. THREE-DIMENSIONAL IMAGE RE- 
PRODUCTION, Marlene A. Riddle, 
1740-F Grevelia, S. Pasadena, Calif 91030. 



4,135.596. HOSE TRAY FOR LIQUID TRANS- 
PORTER, Glen R. Silba, Rte. 7, Box 
357A, Springfield, Mo. 65802. 

4,279,243. LUNCH BOX EMPLOYING A BUILT- 
IN RADIO RECEIVER, Robert Van Pelt. 
146 Rte. 1 North, Edison, N.J. 08817. 

4,435,995. POSITIVE DRIVE DIFFERENTIAL 
FOR VEHICLE INCLUDING TRAC- 
TORS. Walter E Welander c/o Law Of- 
fices of Douglas L. Tschida, Ste. 115, 2819 
Hamline Ave. North, St. Paul, Minn. 

4,576,178. AUDIO SIGNAL GENERATOR, David 
Johnson. Box 68. 436 E. 69th St., New 
York, NY. 10021. 

4,600,128. CLEANSER CONTAINER, Philip M. 
Shaw. Jr., Limbach, Limbach & Sutton, 
2001 Ferry Bldg., San Francisco, Calif 
94111. 

4,611,098. CODED TELEPHONE ACCESS SYS- 
TEM, Paul J Giorgio. 285 River Ave., 
Providence, R.I. 

4,653,238. CYLINDRICALLY MODULAR 

ABOVE-GROUND HOUSING UNITS, 
Jack E. Berman. c/o Law Offices of 
Douglas L. Tschida, 2819 Hamline Ave. 
N.. Ste. 123, St. Paul, Minn. 

4,706,927. FORM FOR PRODUCING ARCUATE 
BORES IN POURED CONCRETE 
SLABS, Sherman Levy, Ste. 739, Invest- 
ment Bldg., 1511 K St., NW., Washington, 
DC. 20005. 

4,709,521, METHOD OF INSERTING A TUBU- 
LAR OR BAR SHAPED STRUCTUR- 
AL MEMBER TIGHTLY INTO A 
LOCAT ION HOLE IN A CONSTRUC- 
TION ELEMENT, James A. Oli/f. 
Parkhurst & Oliff, 277 S. Washington St., 
Alexandria, Va. 22314. 

4,711,137. MECHANICAL AUTOMATIC TRANS- 
MISSION. Walter E. Welander. c/o Law 
Offices of Douglas L. Tschida, Ste. 115, 
2819 Hamline Ave. North, St. Paul, Minn. 

4,726,512. SELF-BLOCKING MEANS, Clemens 
White. 820 Iroquois Trail, Macedonia, 
Ohio 44056. 

4,731,436. THERMOSETTING CROSSLINKED 
IMIDE RESIN FROM BIS-IMIDE AND 
POLYAMINE, Chi-Fei Ling. Contact Par- 
ty: Robert Zalkowitz. BTL Corp., 3365 
Harvester Rd., Burlington, Ontario, Cana- 
da L7N 3N2. 

SN 07/137,353 SUPPORT RECEPTACLE FLOWER 
POT & POT LINERS, William Poole. 
2600 E. 79th St, Chicago, III. 60649. 



TRADEMARK OPERATION 

JEFFREY M. SAMUELS, ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER 

DAVID E. BUCHER, DIRECTOR, TRADEMARK EXAMINING OPERATION 

CONDmON OF TRADEMARK APPLICATIONS AS OF Mar. I. 1988. 



Law Office 



Oldest Date 



New* 



Amend- 
ment Filed 



LAW OFFICE 1 -JOSEPH WEBB. MANAGING ATTORNEY. (703)557-3273 
DEBORAH COHN, LEAD ATTORNEY 

PAPER PRODUCTS & TOYS -INT. CLASSES 13, 16, 28 12-23-87 1-04-88 

LAW OFFICE 2 -JOHN C. DEMOS. M/vNAGING ATTORNEY. (703)557-3277 
DONALD J FINGERET, LEAD ATTORNEY 

FOODS. BEVERAGES & FURNITURE-INT. CLASSES 2. 20. 29, 30. 31. 32. 33. 34 11-16-87 1-04-88 

LAW OFFICE 3- MYRA KURZBARD, MANAGING ATTORNEY. (703)557-9560 
ROBERT FEELEY. LEAD ATTORNEY 

PAINT & SCIENTIFIC EQUIPMENT-INT. CLASSES 9. 15 11-23-87 1-22-88 

LAW OFFICE 4 -THOMAS LAMONE, MANAGING ATTORNEY. (703)557-9550 
DAVID SOROKA. LEAD ATTORNEY 
SERVICES-INT. CLASSES 35. 36. 37. 38. 40. 41. 42 
COLLECTIVE MARKS-CLASS 200 

CERTIFICATION MARKS -CLASSES A & B 11-16-87 1-04-88 

LAW OFFICE 5- PAUL E. FAHRENKOPF. MANAGING ATTORNEY. (703)557-5380 
CHRISTOPHER A. SIDOTI. LEAD ATTORNEY 

TEXTILES & FASHION ACCESSORIES -INT. CLASSES 14. 18. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26 12-02-87 12-14-87 

LAW OFFICE 6 -RONALD WOLFINGTON. MANAGING ATTORNEY, (703)557-2937 
MARY SPARROW, LEAD ATTORNEY 

SERVICES-INT. CLASSES35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41.42 12-02-87 1-20-88 

LAW OFFICE 7- LYNNE BERESFORD. MANAGING ATTORNEY. (703)557-5237 
DAVID SHALLANT, LEAD ATTORNEY 

CHEMICALS* COSMETICS -INT. CLASSES. 1,3.4.5, 10. 17 12-21-87 1-19-88 

LAW OFFICE 8 -SIDNEY MOSKOWITZ, MANAGING ATTORNEY. (703)557-5242 
MICHAEL BODSON. LEAD ATTORNEY 

INDUSTRL\LEQUIPMENT&MATERIALS-INT CLASSES6. 7. 8, 11. 12, 19. 21, 27 11-23-87 1-11-88 

TRADEMARK SERVICES DIVISION - DOREANE I. POTEAT. DIRECTOR. (703)557-5249 
POST REGISTRATION SECTION, (703)557-1986 

AFFIDAVITS UNDER SECTIONS 8 & 1 5 (ALL CLASSES) 8-03-87 

RENEWALS (ALL CLASSES) 9-01-87 

SECTION 12(C) PUBLICATIONS (ALL CLASSES) 0-00-00 

APPLICANTS ARE URGED NOT TO FILE UNNECESSARY INQUIRIES CONCERNING THE STATUS. OF 
THEIR APPLICATIONS. 

SEE SECTION 411 OF THE Trademark Manual of Examining Procedure. 

THESE DATES IDENTIFY THE OLDEST UNASSIGNED NEW CASE IN EACH LAW OFFICE. ALL CASES 
WITH EARLIER DATES HAVE EITHER BEEN EXAMINED AND MADE THE SUBJECT OF AN ACTION OR 
ARE CURRENTLY BEING WORKED ON BY THE ASSIGNED EXAMINER. 



1089 TMOG 7 



1089 TMOG 8 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



SPECIAL BOXES FOR MAIL 



April 12, 1988 



Special PTO mail box numbers should be used to allow forwarding of particular types of mail to the appropriate 
areas as quickly as possible. Such mail is forwarded directly to the appropriate area without being opened. Only the 
specified type of document should be placed in an envelope addressed to one of these special boxes. If any docu- 
ments other than the specified type identified for each box are addressed to that box, they will be delayed in 
reaching the appropriate area for which they are intended. 

The following special boxes should be used only for their specified purpose. Address mail as follows: 

Box 



Box 3 
Box 4 
Box S 



Box 6 
Box 7 

Box 8 
Box 9 
Box 10 
Box II 
Box 12 
Box AF 

Box FWC 

Box Interference 

Box Issue Fees 

Box M. Fee 
Box Pat. Ext. 
Box PCT 
Box Reexam 



Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks 
Washington, D.C. 20231 



Mail for the GfTice of Personnel from NFC. 
Mail for the Office of Legislation and International Affairs. 

"No fee" mail related to trademarks (e.g. amendments to applications and request for exten- 
sions of time to file an opF>osition). 

Mail directed to the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board should have "Attention TTAB" on 
the envelope in addition to "Box 5". 
Mail for the Office of Procurement. 

Reissue applications for patents involved in litigation and any subsequently filed papers for 
those applications. 

All papers for the Office of the Solicitor. 
Coupon orders for the U.S. patent and trademark copies. 
Orders for certified copies of patent and trademark applications. 
Electronic Ordering Service (EOS). 
Contributions to the Examiner Education Program. 

Amendments or responses to final rejections in patent applications, submitted under the ex- 
pedited processing program. 
Mail related to File Wrapper and Continuations. 

Communications relating to interferences and applications and patents involved in interfer- 
ences. 

Issue Fee Transmittal (PTOL Form 85), advance copy orders and fees associated with these 
services. 

Correspondence related to a patent that is subject to the payment of a maintenance fee. 
Applications for patent term extension. 

Mail related to applications filed under the Patent Cooperation Treaty. 
Mail related to reexamination application. 



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These patent collections, which are organized in patent number sequence, are available for use by the public free of charge. Each 
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MARKS PUBLISHED FOR OPPOSITION 

The following marks are published in compliance with section 12(a) of the Trademark Act of 194^. Applications for the 

registration of marks in more than one class have been filed as provided in section 30 of said act as amended by PubUc Law 

772, 87th Congress, approved Oct. 9, 1962, 76 Stat. 769. Opposition under section 13 may be Tiled within thirty days of the date 
of this publication. See rules 2.101 to 2.10S. 

A separate fee of two hundred dollars for opposing each mark in each class must accompany the opposition. 

SECTION 1— INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION 

The short titles associated below with the international class numbers are terms designed merely for quick identification and 
are not an official part of the international classification. The full names of international classes are given in section 6.1 of the 
trademark rules of practice. 

The designation "U.S. CI." appearing in this section refers to the U.S. class in effect prior to Sep. I, 1973 rather than the 
international class which applies to applications filed on or after that date. For adoption of international classification see notice 
in the OFFICIAL GAZETTE of Jun. 26, 1973 (911 O.G TM 210). 



Application in more than one class 



SN 457,710. BIAGIOTTI EXPORT S.R.L., 
FILED 12-19-1983. 



ROME, ITALY, CLASS 23— YARNS AND THREADS 

FOR YARNS, THREADS (U.S. CL. 43). 



Laura Biagiotti 




PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON ITALY 
APPLICATION NO. 34363/C83, FILED 6-29-1983, REG. NO. 
336365, DATED 1 1-3-1983, EXPIRES 6-29-2003. 

THE NAME "LAURA BIAGIOTTI" IS THE NAME OF A 
LIVING INDIVIDUAL WHOSE CONSENT IS OF 
RECORD. 

THE MARK CONSISTS OF THE NAME "LAURA BIA- 
GIOTTI" AND THE STYLIZED LETTERS "LB" SUR- 
ROUNDED BY A STYLIZED DARK-CLEAR CASTLEDE- 
SIGN. 



CXASS 24— FABRICS 

FOR HANDERCHIEFS; BED SPREADS; TABLE 
CLOTHS; BATH TOWELS AND BEACH TOWELS (U.S. 
CL. 42). 

CLASS 25— CLOTHING 

FOR MEN'S AND WOMEN'S CLOTHING, NAMELY 
DRESSES, SHOES, BOOTS, SLIPPERS, STOCKINGS, TIES, 
BATHING SUITS, BATHING TRUNKS, BEACH ROBES, 
JACKETS, COATS, TROUSERS, SHIRTS, SKIRTS, FUR 
COATS, SCARVES, BLAZERS, BLOUSES, CARDIGANS, 
GLOVES. JEANS, NIGHT GOWNS, NIGHT SHIRTS, 
PULLOVERS, T-SHIRTS, TIGHTS AND VESTS (U.S. CL. 
39). 

FIRST USE 11-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 7-0-1983. 



SN 475,581. OXYGEN THERAPY INSTITUTE, INC., OAK 
PARK, MI. FILED 4-12-1984. 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR RADIOS; CAMERAS; ADDING MACHINES; CASH 
REGISTERS; WEIGH SCALES; EYE GLASSES; EYE 
GLASS FRAMES; EYE GLASS CASES; SUN GLASSES; 
CALCULATORS (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26). 



CLASS 19— NON-METALLIC BUILDING 
MATERIALS 

FOR BUILDING MATERIALS, NAMELY CERAMIC 
AND EARTHENWARE TILES USED FOR INTERIOR 
PAVING AND FOR WALLS, FLOORS AND CEILINGS; 
STONE, CEMENT, LIME, MORTAR, PLASTER AND 
GRAVEL; PIPES OF EARTHENWARE AND CEMEI^; 
ROADMAKING MATERIALS, NAMELY ASPHALT, 
PITCH AND BITUMEN; STONE MONUMENTS; CHIM- 
NEY POTS (U.S. CLS. 1 AND 12). 




OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 946,859, 946,976 AND 955,408. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE THE DESIGN OF A CADUCEUS, APART FROM THE 
MARK AS SHOWN. 



TM 1 



TM2 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 12, 1988 



CLASS 37— CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR 

FOR MA1^4TAINING, SERVICING AND RECHARGING 
OXYGEN INHALATORS (U.S. CL. 103). 
FIRST USE 1-0-1976; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1976. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR LEASING OF OXYGEN INHALATORS (U.S. 
100). 
FIRST USE 1-0-1976; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1976. 



CL. 



SN 475,582. OXYGEN THERAPY INSTITUTE. INC., OAK 
PARK, MI. FILED 4-12-1984. 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE THE DESIGN OF A CADUCEUS. APART FROM THE 
MARK AS SHOWN. 

CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR BOOKLETS PERTAINING TO EMERGENCY 
MEDICAL TREATMENT {U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 11-1-1982; IN COMMERCE 11-1-1982. 

CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, NAMELY, CON- 
DUCTING PROGRAMS TO TRAIN PEOPLE IN EMER- 
GENCY MEDICAL TREATMENT (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 1-0-1976; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1976. 



SN 521.315. APRICA KASSAI KABUSHIKI KAISHA. 
OSAKA. JAPAN, BY CHANGE OF NAME FROM 
KASSA! KABUSHIKI KAISHA, OSAKA, JAPAN, FILED 
2-8-1985. 



APRICA ANATOMIC 



CLASS 18— LEATHER GOODS 

FOR FABRIC-TYPE PACK DESIGNED TO CARRY IN- 
FANTS AND THE STRUCTURAL PARTS THEREFOR 
(U.S. CLS. 2 AND 3). 

FIRST USE 10-14-1984; IN COMMERCE 10-14-1984. 

CLASS 20— FURNITURE AND ARTICLES NOT 
OTHERWISE CLASSinED 

FOR HIGHCHAIRS FOR CHILDRE* . BEDS FOR 
BABIES, INDOOR SWINGS. JUVENILE CHAIRS AND 
STRUCTURAL PARTS THEREFOR (US. CL. 32). 

FIRST USE 10-14-1984; IN COMMERCE 10-14-1984. 



SN 582,369. CARNIVAL CRUISE LINES, INC.. MIAMI. FL. 
FILED 2-11-1986. 



CARNIVAL 



CLASS 39— TRANSPORTATION AND 
STORAGE 

FOR CRUISE SHIP SERVICES (U.S. CL. 105). 
FIRST USE 2-10-1972; IN COMMERCE 2-10-1972. 

CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR CASINO SERVICES (U.S. CL. 107). 
FIRST USE 1-0-1975; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1975. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR HOTEL SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 11-1-1972; IN COMMERCE 1 1-1-1972. 



SN 582,762. MASSACHUSETTS MEDICAL SOCIETY. THE, 
WALTHAM, MA. ASSIGNEE OF MCGLADREY. HEN- 
DRICKSON & PULLEN, ROCK ISLAND, IL. FILED 
2-14-1986. 



MED-LINK 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,444,478 AND 1,444,479. 

CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SOENTinC 
APPARATUS 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS AND PROGRAM MANU- 
ALS ALL SOLD AS A UNIT USED BY HEALTH CARE 
PROVIDERS IN COST ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS 
(U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1984; IN COMMERCE 11-0-1985. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1.239,291 AND 1,302,674. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "ANATOMIC", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE WORD 
•APRICA" IN THE MARK IS "SUNNY". 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMMING SERVICES TO THE 
ORDER AND/OR SPECIFICATIONS OF OTHERS FOR 
USE BY HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS IN COST AC- 
COUNTING APPLICATIONS (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1984; IN COMMERCE 11-0-1985. 



CLASS 12— VEHICLES 

FOR BABY STROLLERS, BABY CARRIAGES, 
WHEELED PUSH CHAIRS, TRICYCLES, SHOPPING 
CARTS. WHEELED LUGGAGE CARRIERS. INFANTS- 
CAR SEATS, AND STRUCTURAL PARTS THEREFOR 
(U.S. CL. 19). 

FIRST USE 10-14-1984; IN COMMERCE 10-14-1984. 



SN 584.244. UNITED INDUSTRIES, INC., BATON ROUGE, 
LA. FILED 2-24-1986. 



S.S. 



APRIL 12, 1988 



U.S. PATENTT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM3 



CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR WASTE WATER CLARIFYING UNITS FOR MILI- 
TARY, MUNICIPAL AND INDUSTRIAL USE (U.S. CL. 31). 
FIRST USE 11-30-1983; IN COMMERCE 5-13-1985. 



CLASS 37— CONSTRUCnON AND REPAIR 

FOR INSTALLATION AND CUSTOM MANUFACTURE 
OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT EQUIPMENT (U.S. CL. 



103). 



FIRST USE 11-30-1983; IN COMMERCE 5-13-1985. 



SN 609,534. ELMOS GMBH, DORTMUND, FED REP GER- 
MANY, FILED 7-10-1986. 




OWNER OF FED REP GERMANY REG. NO. 1091652, 
DATED 5-22-1986, EXPIRES 2-14-1995. 

THE LINING OR STIPPLING IN THE MARK IS A FEA- 
TURE OF THE MARK AND DOES NOT REPRESENT 
COLOR. 



SN 601,182. BURGER RANCH, TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, FILED 
5-23-1986. 



CLASS 7— MACHINERY 

FOR NUMERICALLY CONTROLLED MACHINE 
TOOLS, ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED MOTORS 
NOT FOR LAND VEHICLES, AND ELECTRONICALLY 
CONTROLLED COUPLINGS (U.S. CLS. 23 AND 26). 




CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SOENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR MEASURING INSTRUMENTS FOR MEASURING 
LIGHT OR LIGHT PATTERNS, DISTANCES, TEMPERA- 
TURE, PRESSURE, OR LIQUID OR GAS FLOW, ANALOG 
AND DIGITAL SEMICONDUCTOR CIRCUITS, PROCESS 
CONTROL COMPUTERS, SENSORS, ELECTRONIC AC- 
TUATORS, INTEGRATED CIRCUITS, MASKS FOR INTE- 
GRATED CIRCUITS, CHIPS, DATA CARRIERS PROVID- 
ED WITH LAYOUTS (U.S. CLS. 21, 26 AND 38). 



SN 611,869. CBON COSMETICS CO., 
TOKYO. JAPAN. FILED 7-28-1986. 



LTD.. MINATO-KU, 



OWNER OF ISRAEL REG. NO. 47401. DATED 2-9-1979, 
EXPIRES 2-9-2000. 

OWNER OF ISRAEL REG. NO. 47400, DATED 2-9-1979, 
EXPIRES 2-9-2000 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "BURGER", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 



CLASS 29— MEATS AND PROCESSED FOODS 

FOR MEAT, FRANKFURTERS (U.S. CL. 46). 




CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR RESTAURANT SERVICES AND FAST FOOD 
SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 



OWNER OF JAPAN REG. NO. 859453, DATED 6-6-1970, 
EXPIRES 6-6-1990 

THE DESIGN THAT FORMS THE MARK IS A FLORAL 
DESIGN DERIVED BY COMBINING FOUR LETTER 
"CS". 



TM4 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 12, 1988 



CLASS 3— COSMETICS AND CLEANING 
PREPARATIONS 

FOR COSMETICS AND TOILETRIES, NAMELY. ES- 
SENTIAL OILS, HAIR LOTIONS, COSMETIC SOAPS, 
CLEANSING CREAM, MILK LOTION, FRESHENER. 
FACIAL PACK, SPOT CREAM, MOISTURE CREAM, 
MASSAGE CREAM, PERFUMED SKIN LOTION, POW- 
DERED LIP COLOR, LIPSTICKS, FOUNDATIONS OF 
POWDER, CREAM AND LIQUID, MASCARA. MAKEUP 
BASE PERFUME. EYE SHADOW, EYE LINER, EYE 
BROW PENCILS. EMOLLIENT CREAM. FACE LOTION. 
FACE ACCENT. AND COMPACTS (U.S. CLS. 51 AND 52). 



CLASS 21— HOUSEWARES AND GLASS 

FOR COSMETIC BRUSHES. LIP BRUSHES. AND 
SPONGE PUFFS (U.S. CL. 29). 



SN 613.675. J.M. VOITH GMBH. HEIDENHEIM. FED REP 
GERMANY. FILED 8-6-1986. 



CLASS 12— VEHICLES 

FOR TRANSMISSIONS. CLUTCHES. AND BRAKES 
FOR LAND VEHICLES. NAMELY FLUID TRANSMIS- 
SIONS. FLUID COUPLINGS. COMPOSITE HYDROME- 
CHANICAL TRANSMISSIONS. COGWHEEL GEARS, 
COGWHEEL CHANGE GEARS, COGWHEEL REVERSE 
GEARS, PLANETARY GEARS, HYDRODYNAMIC 
BRAKES. SHAFT COUPLINGS. AXLE-DRIVE MECHA- 
NISMS, RADIAL-TOOTH GEARING, CARDAN SHAFTS; 
AND VEHICLE PARTS. NAMELY HYDROSTATIC 
PUMPS AND MOTORS. GEAR PUMPS; RADIATORS AND 
COOLERS FOR VEHICLE MOTORS; SHIP PARTS, 
NAMELY TRANSMISSIONS AND PARTS THEREOF, 
NAMELY COGWHEEL GEARS. PLANETARY GEARS. 
SHAFT COUPLINGS AND CARDAN SHAFTS (U.S. CL. 
19). 



SN 617.566. HONDA GIKEN KOGYO KABUSHIKI 
KAISHA. MINATO-KU. TOKYO, JAPAN, FILED 
9-2-1986. 



TX-10 




OWNER OF US. REG. NO. 1,065.225. 

CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SOENTIHC 
APPARATUS 

FOR OFF-ROAD VEHICLE RIDING GEAR; NAMELY. 
CHEST PROTECTORS. HELMETS. AND PROTECTIVE 
KIDNEY BELTS (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 8-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1985. 

CLASS 25— CLOTHING 

FOR OFF-ROAD VEHICLE RIDING GEAR; NAMELY 
BOOTS. PANTS. GLOVES AND JERSEYS (U.S. CL. 39). 
FIRST USE 8-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1985. 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON FED REP 
GERMANY APPLICATION NO. Y19699/7WZ. FILED 
2-7-1986, REG. NO. 1099063, DATED 11-13-1986. EXPIRES 
2-7-1996. 



SN 619.633. SCOTT ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY 
INC.. PLUMSTEADVILLE. PA. ASSIGNEE OF ASH- 
LAND OIL. INC.. RUSSELL, KY. FILED 9-15-1986. 



CLASS 7— MACHINERY 

FOR TRANSMISSIONS, CLUTCHES AND BRAKES FOR 
INDUSTRIAL MACHINES, NAMELY FLUID TRANSMIS- 
SIONS, FLUID COUPLINGS, COMPOSITE HYDROME- 
CHANICAL TRANSMISSIONS, COGWHEEL GEARS, 
COGWHEEL CHANGE GEARS, COGWHEEL REVERSE 
GEARS. PLANETARY GEARS. HYDRODYNAMIC 
BRAKES. SHAFT COUPLINGS, AXLE-DRIVE MECHA- 
NISMS, RADIAL-TOOTH GEARING FOR CONNECTING 
ROTATIONALLY SYMMETRICAL MACHINERY COMPO- 
NENTS, CARDAN SHAFTS; INDUSTRIAL MACHINE 
PARTS, NAMELY HYDROSTATIC PUMPS AND 
MOTORS, GEAR PUMPS, HEAT EXCHANGERS AND 
COOLERS FOR MOTORS (U.S. CL. 23). 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SQENTinC 
APPARATUS 

FOR FREQUENCY TRANSFORMERS, ELECTRIC- 
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT FOR DRIVING MACHINERY 
AND LAND VEHICLES, NAMELY MEASURING AND 
MONITORING UNITS AND CONTROLS FOR OPERAT- 
ING THE MACHINERY AND LAND VEHICLES (U.S. CL. 
26). 




OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,370,756. 



APRIL 12, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM 5 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR EQUIPMENT USED WITH SPECIALTY GASES 
FOR INDUSTRIAL. MEDICAL. AUTOMOTIVE AND 
COMMERCIAL USE. NAMELY; FLOWMETERS, PRES- 
SURE REGULATORS, CONTROL VALVES, GAUGES, 
GAS DETECTORS (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 10-11-1974; IN COMMERCE 10-11-1974. 



CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR EQUIPMENT USED WITH SPECIALTY GASES 
FOR INDUSTRIAL. MEDICAL, AUTOMOTIVE AND 
COMMERCIAL USE, NAMELY GAS SAFETY CABINETS 
AND PURGE ASSEMBLIES (U.S. CL. 34). 

FIRST USE 10-11-1974; IN COMMERCE 10-11-1974. 



SN 625,292. DODO SALES. INC., SEFFNER, FL. FILED 
10-3-1986. 




SN 620,974 COLUMBIA PICTURES INDUSTRIES, INC., 
NEW YORK, NY. FILED 9-19-1986. 



THE LINING IN THE MARK ON THE DRAWING IS A 
FEATURE OF THE MARK. 




OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 344.799, 1,277,906 AND 
OTHERS. 

THE MARK CONSISTS OF THE REPRESENTATION OF 
A DRAPED FIGURE OF A WOMAN BEARING A TORCH 
IN HER UPRAISED RIGHT ARM AND THE DESIGN OF 
A SUNBURST IN THE BACKGROUND. 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR MOTION PICTURE FILMS AND PRERECORDED 
VIDEO CASSETTES (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 38) 
FIRST USE 3-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 3-0-1986. 



CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR LEASING AND DISTRIBUTION OF MOTION PIC- 
TURES FOR THEATRICAL AND OTHER FORMS OF EX- 
HIBITION (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 3-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 3-0-1986. 



CLASS 1— CHEMICALS 

FOR CONCENTRATED FRAGRANCES AND SYN- 
THETIC RESIN FOR USE IN THB*CASTING OF PLASTIC 
ARTICLES (U.S. CLS. 1 AND 6). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1967; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1967. 



CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR ELECTRIC LAMPS AND PARTS THEREOF (U.S. 
CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 5-0-1979; IN COMMERCE 5-0-1979. 



CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR BOOKS AND INSTRUCTIONS SHEETS FOR 
CRAFT PROJECTS (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1965; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1965. 



CLASS 18— LEATHER GOODS 

FOR IMITATION FUR SOLD IN BULK FORM (U.S. CL. 



3). 



FIRST USE 6-0-1977; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1977. 



CLASS 20— FURNTTURE AND ARTICLES NOT 
OTHERWISE CLASSinED 

FOR ORNAMENTAL NOVELTY BUTTONS (U.S. CLS. 
40 AND 50). 

FIRST USE 8-0-1968; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1968. 



CLASS 26— FANCY GOODS 

FOR BUTTONS FOR CLOTHING, BEADS, IMITATION 
CURL HEAD PINS, PINS, SAFETY PINS, WIRE USED 
FOR THREADING BEADS, PLASTIC FLOWERS AND 
FLOWER PARTS, FEATHERS USED FOR CRAFT 
PROJECTS, AND IMITATION BIRDS COVERED WITH 
FEATHERS AND FANCY CRAFT ITEMS, NAMELY, 
CHENILLE BEES, NYLON BUTTERFLIES AND PLASTIC 
FEATHERS (U.S. CLS. 40 AND 50). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1967; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1967. 



TM6 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 12, 1988 



CLASS 28— TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS 

FOR DOLL PARTS - NAMELY, EYES AND HEADS, 
AND CHRISTMAS TREE ORNAMENTS INCLUDING 
CHRISTMAS MINIATURES (U.S. CLS. 22 AND 50). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1983: IN COMMERCE 6-0-1983. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR RETAIL STORE SERVICES AND WHOLESALE 
DISTRIBUTORSHIP SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF 
CRAFT AND HOBBY SUPPLIES (U.S. CL. 101). 

RRST USE 3-4-1964; IN COMMERCE 3-4-1964. 



SN 627.840. LISA 
JO-Jl-1986. 



FRANK, INC., TUCSON, AZ. FILED 



SN 627.447. FLUTEC FLUIDTECHNISCHE GERATE 
GMBH, SULZBACH/SAAR. FED REP GERMANY, 
FILED 10-29-1986. 





PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON FED REP 
GERMANY APPLICATION NO. F34392/7WZ, FILED 
5-10-1986. REG. NO. 1092182. DATED 6-4-1986, EXPIRES 
6-4-1996. 



CLASS 7— MACHINERY 

FOR SHUTOFFS AND VALVES FOR HYDRAULIC OR 
PNEUMATIC PLANTS, AND DRIVE ASSEMBLIES. EX- 
CEPTING VEHICLE DRIVE ASSEMBLIES, NAMELY, 
DRIVE MOTORS, PUMPS AND STORAGE RESERVOIRS; 
CONVEYORS FOR CONVEYING WORKPIECES AND 
PARTS TO PARTICULAR LOCATIONS OF MACHINES 
AND TO WORK PLACES; POSITIONERS; SHOCK AB- 
SORBERS AS MACHINE PARTS; PRESSURE TRANS- 
FORMERS; AND ACTUATORS HAVING HYDRAULIC, 
PNEUMATIC OR ELECTROMECHANICAL DRIVES AND 
PARTS THEREFOR (U.S. CL. 23). 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "FANTASTIC FASHIONS" AND "A CLASSIC COL- 
LECTION". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

THE LINING AND/OR STIPPLING SHOWN IN THE 
MARK IS FOR SHADING PURPOSES ONLY AND DOES 
NOT INDICATE COLOR 

"LISA FRANK" IS THE NAME OF A LIVING INDIVID- 
UAL WHOSE CONSENT IS OF RECORD 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SOENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR CONTROLS AND REGULATORS FOR HYDRAU- 
LIC OR PNEUMATIC PLANTS, INDICATORS, CON- 
TROLS, AND SAFETY MONITORS FOR LEVEL, 
VOLUME, PRESSURE AND TEMPERATURE OF LIQ- 
UIDS AND GASES (U.S. CL. 26). 



CLASS 25— CLOTHING 

FOR CLOTHING, NAMELY SWEATSHIRTS (U.S. CL. 
39). 
FIRST USE 9-4-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-4-1986. 



CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR AIR AND LIQUID COOLERS, FILTER COOLERS 
AND HEAT EXCHANGERS WHICH DO NOT USE INERT 
FLUOROCARBONS (U.S. CLS. 31 AND 34). 



CLASS 12— VEHICLES 

FOR LAND VEHICLE SHOCK ABSORBERS (U.S. CL. 
19). 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR GRAPHIC ART SERVICES (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 
101). 
FIRST USE 6-15-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-I4-I986. 



APRIL 12, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM7 



SN 628,078. VICKERS PLC. LONDON, ENGLAND, FILED 
11-3-1986. 




REG. 


NO. 


1162497 


REG. 


NO. 


1155669 


REG. 


NO. 


1155668 


REG. 


NO. 


1155667 


REG. 


NO. 


1 155666 


REG. 


NO. 


1155665 


REG. 


NO. 


1155664 


REG. 


NO. 


1155663 


REG. 


NO. 


1155662 


REG. 


NO. 


1155661 



OWNER OF UNITED KINGDOM 
DATED 10-7-1981. EXPIRES 10-7-1988. 

OWNER OF UNITED KINGDOM 
DATED 6-12-1981, EXPIRES 6-12-1988. 

OWNER OF UNITED KINGDOM 
DATED 6-12-1981. EXPIRES 6-12-1988. 

OWNER OF UNITED KINGDOM 
DATED 6-12-1981, EXPIRES 6-12-1988. 

OWNER OF UNITED KINGDOM 
DATED 6-12-1981, EXPIRES 6-12-1988. 

OWNER OF UNITED KINGDOM 
DATED 6-12-1981, EXPIRES 6-I2-I988. 

OWNER OF UNITED KINGDOM 
DATED 6-12-1981. EXPIRES 6-12-1988. 

OWNER OF UNITED KINGDOM 
DATED 6-12-1981, EXPIRES 6-12-1988. 

OWNER OF UNITED KINGDOM 
DATED 6-12-1981, EXPIRES 6-12-1988. 

OWNER OF UNITED KINGDOM 
DATED 6-12-1981, EXPIRES 6-12-1988. 



CLASS 1— CHEMICALS 

FOR LITHOGRAPHIC CHEMICALS ADHESIVES FOR 
LITHOGRAPHIC PURPOSES, SENSITIZED FILMS AND 
PAPERS FOR PHOTOGRAPHIC PURPOSES (U.S. CLS. 5 
AND 6). 



CLASS 6— METAL GOODS 

FOR METAL ANCHORS FOR TENSION LEGS IN OFF- 
SHORE DRILLING PLATFORMS, SEALS, JOINTS AND 
MOORING BOOMS FOR TRANSFERRING FLUIDS OFF- 
SHORE; KEY RINGS OF NON-PRECIOUS METAL (U.S. 
CLS. 13 AND 14). 



CLASS 7— MACHINERY 

FOR LITHOGRAPHIC PRINTING PLATES; PRINTING 
MACHINES, PRINTING PRESSES AND INKING MECHA- 
NISMS FOR USE THEREWITH, MACHINE COUPLINGS 
AND BELTING FOR PRINTING MACHINES AND PRINT- 
ING PRESSES, HYDRAULIC PUMPS AND MOTORS FOR 
PRINTING MACHINES, TRANSMISSIONS FOR INDUS- 
TRIAL MACHINES, MARINE AND AIRCRAFT ENGINES, 
TURBINE BLADES AND NOZZLE GUIDE VANES, ALL 
BEING PARTS OF GAS TURBINES FOR INDUSTRIAL 
MACHINES, BEARIINGS, BEARING SHELLS. BEARING 
PADS, BEARING BLOCKS, BEARING JOURNALS, 
THRUST RINGS, CAGES, BUSHES AND SEALING 
GLANDS. ALL BEING PARTS OF BEARING ASSEM- 
BLIES. TURBINE BLADES AND NOZZLE GUIDE 
VANES. ALL BEING PARTS OF GAS TURBINE AIR- 
CRAFT ENGINES. HYDRAULIC, MECHANICAL, OR 
ELECTRONIC CONTROL GEARS FOR TURBINES FOR 
AIRCRAFT ENGINES AND INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS (U.S. 
CLS. 23 AND 35). 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTIHC 
APPARATUS 

FOR MICROSCOPES AND PARTS THEREFOR. BINOCU- 
LARS. OPTICAL LENS SYSTEMS AND MOUNTS THERE- 
FOR. IMAGE SPLITTERS. VERNIER MEASURERS AND 
LIGHT POLARIZERS WITH MULTIPLE EYE PIECES 
FOR THE MICROSCOPIC STUDY OF METAL STRUC- 
TURES AND ALLOYS, METALLOGRAPHY LABORATO- 
RY EQUIPMENT FOR THE MICROSCOPIC STUDY OF 
METAL ALLOYS AND METAL STRUCTURES, SURVEY 
EQUIPMENT; NAMELY, SURVEYOR'S LEVLES, PLUMP 
BOBS, TRIPODS, AND MOUNTS FOR SURVEYS 
LEVELS, CAMERAS AND CAMERA ACCESSORIES, 
NAMELY, EXPOSURE CONTROL UNITS, TIME LAPSE 
CONTROL UNITS, CAMERA FILTERS AND MOUNTING 
STANDS; MICRODENSITOMETERS FOR SCANNING 
AND OPTICAL PURPOSES, COMPUTERIZED IMAGE 
ANALYZERS AND DATA PROCESSORS AND PARTS 
THEREFOR, COMPUTER PROGRAMS RECORDED ON 
MAGNETIC MEDIA; GENERAL PURPOSE FIBRE OPTIC 
VIDEO DATA RECODERS AND GENERAL PURPOSE 
GRAPHICAL RECORDERS; OPTICAL SIGHTS AND 
RANGE FINDERS; THRUST METERS AND ELECTRI- 
CAL CONTROLS THEREFOR FOR THE USE WITH 
SELF-ALIGNING BEARING ASSEMBLIES; ELECTRONIC 
APPARATUS FOR THE INSPECTION AND AUTOMATIC 
MEASUREMENT OF THE DIMENSIONS OF FEATURES 
ON SEMI-CONDUCTOR WAFERS, COMPRISING A 
WAFER HANDLING UNIT WITH CASSETTE ELEVA- 
TOR, STAGE, IMAGING UNIT, ADJUSTABLE BINOCU- 
LAR INSPECTION UNIT ILLUMINATION MODULE. VI- 
BRATION FREE BRIDGE, MEASUREMENT UNIT, 
CAMERA, MONITOR, KEYBOARD AND KEYPAD (U.S. 
CLS. 21, 23, 26 AND 38). 



CLASS 10— MEDICAL APPARATUS 

FOR SURGICAL AND MEDICAL APPARATUS AND 
INSTRUMENTS; NAMELY, VENTILATORS, TRANS^ 
PORTABLE RESUSCITATION UNITS AND PARTS USED 
IN THE TREATMENT AND MONITORING OF NEO- 
NATES AND INFANTS; NURSING INCUBATORS, FACE 
MASKS AND PARTS THEREFOR TO ADMINISTER AND 
CONTROL OXYGEN FLOW TO MEDICAL PATIENTS; 
DIGITAL SYRINGE PUMPS AND INFUSION CNTROLS 
TO ADMINISTER DRUGS TO PATIENTS, ELECTRO- 
CARDIAC MONITORS AND PARTS THEREFOR (U.S. CL. 
44). 



CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR AIR CONDITIONERS, HUMIDIFIERS, HEAT 
PUMPS, REFRIGERATORS AND PARTS FOR ALL THE 
FOREGOING (U.S. CLS. 31 AND 34). 



CLASS 12— VEHICLES 

FOR AIRPLANES AND STRUCTURAL PARTS THERE- 
FOR, AUTOMOBILES AND STRUCTURAL PARTS 
THEREFOR, AND BOATS AND STRUCTURAL PARTS 
THEREFOR (U.S. CL. 19). 



CLASS 13— FIREARMS 

FOR ARMORED TURRETS AND ARMORED MOD- 
ULES FOR MILITARY FIGHTING VEHICLES AND 
STRUCTURAL PARTS THEREFOR; GUN TURRETS, GUN 
BARRELS AND GUN SIGHTS; THERMAL SLEEVES FOR 
GUN BARRELS; AMUNITION MAGAZINES; LOADING 
TOOLS FOR WEAPONS, SHELL LOADER, PROJECTILE 
LAUNCHERS, ALL FOR USE WITH FIGHTING VEHI- 
CLES (U.S. CLS 9, 19 AND 23). 



208-921 TM(X;-88-2 - QL 3 



TM 8 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 12. 1988 



CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR STATIONARY TYPE FILE FOLDERS, INDEX 
CARD ROTARY FILES AND ACCESSORIES THEREFOR, 
NON-TEXTILE PRINTERS BLANKETS, PRINTING 
BLOCKS AND PRIhiTERS TYPE (U.S. CLS. 14, 37, 38 AND 
50). 



CLASS 28— TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS 

FOR STUFFED TOYS, PLASTIC PARTY FAVORS - 
NAMELY, TOY AIRPLANES, TOY RACE CARS, TOPS, 
AND CUP AND BALL GAMES (US CL, 22). 

FIRST USE 8-25-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-25-1986. 



CLASS 20— FURNITURE AND ARTICLES NOT 
OTHERWISE CLASSIFIED 

FOR OFFICE FURNITURE; NAMELY. HOLDING 
FRAMES AND POCKETS THEREFOR, STATIONERY 
AND DOCUMENT HOLDERS, BEING PARTS OF DESKS, 
DESK TOPS AND END FRAME PEDESTAL DRAWER 
UNITS, FREE STANDING AND DESK MOUNTED 
SHELVING, FILING CABINETS, CUPBOARDS, FREE 
STANDING AND MOBILE PARTITIONS, STACKABLE 
CHAIRS, UPHOLSTERED CHAIRS, AND SEATS, 
TABLES, WORK TOPS AND PARTS FOR THE FOREGO- 
ING (U.S. CL 50). 



SN 630,486. HALLMARK CARDS, INCORPORATED, 
KANSAS CITY, MO. FILED 11-17-1986. 



Ambassador 



SN 633.499. HANSEN, ELMER F. JR., AMBLER. PA. FILED 
12-3-1986. 



HANSEN GROUP 



CLASS 36— INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL 

FOR FINANCIAL SERVICES, NAMELY, MORTGAGE 
BROKERING SERVICES, PROVIDING CONSUMER AND 
MORTGAGE LOANS, PROVIDING MORTGAGE INSUR- 
ANCE AND UNDERWRITING LIFE INSURANCE (U.S. 
CL. 102). 

FIRST USE 10-15-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-15-1986. 



CLASS 37— CONSTRUCnON AND REPAIR 

FOR CONSTRUCTION SERVICES IN CONNECTION 
WITH REAL ESTATE AND LEISURE FACILITIES (U.S. 
CL. 103). 

FIRST USE 10-15-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-15-1986 




CLASS 39— TRANSPORTATION AND 
STORAGE 

FOR AUTO LEASING SERVICES (U.S. CL. 105). 
FIRST USE 10-15-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-15-1986. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 689,926, 1,012,303 AND 
OTHERS. 

CLASS 4— LUBRICANTS AND FUELS 

FOR CANDLES (US CL 15). 

FIRST USE 8-25-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-25-1986. 

CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR GREETING CARDS, GIFT WRAPPING PAPER. 
PAPER NAPKINS, STICKERS, STATIONERY —NAMELY. 
WRITING PAPERS AND ENVELOPES. CALENDARS 
(US. CLS. 37 AND 38). 

FIRST USE 8-25-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-25-1986. 

CLASS 20— FURNITURE AND ARTICLES NOT 
OTHERWISE CLASSIFIED 

FOR PLAQUES ORNAMENTAL NOVELTY BUTTONS, 
PLASTIC PARTY FAVORS - NAMELY WHISTLES (U.S. 
CL. 50). 

RRST USE 8-25-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-25-1986. 



CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR OPERATING LEISURE FACILITIES, NAMELY. 
GOLF COURSES (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 10-15-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-15-1986. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR RESTAURANT AND CATERING SERVICES (U.S. 
CL. 100). 
FIRST USE 10-15-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-15-1986. 



SN 633,592. SOMMER ALLIBERT, NEUILLY SUR SEINE. 
FRANCE, FILED 12-3-1986. 



BLUBER^^ 



CLASS 21— HOUSEWARES AND GLASS 

FOR PAPER PLATES. PAPER CUPS (U.S. CL. 2). 
FIRST USE 8-25-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-25-1986. 

CLASS 26— FANCY GOODS 

FOR RIBBONS FOR GIFTWRAPPING PURPOSES, 
BOWS FOR GIFT WRAPPING PURPOSES (U.S. CLS. 40 
AND 50). 

HRST USE 8-25-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-25-1986. 



OWNER OF FRANCE REG. NO. 1345306, DATED 
3-5-1986, EXPIRES 3-5-1996. 

OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS 1,017.774, 1,017.775 AND 
1,363,200. 



CLASS 6— METAL GOODS 

FOR METAL WALL PLUGS (U.S. CL. 13). 



APRIL 12, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM9 



CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR BATHROOM FIXTURES, NAMELY, TOILET 
SEATS AND LIDS, BASINS FOR WATER CLOSETS, PED- 
ESTALS FOR SINKS; ELECTRICAL LIGHT FIXTURES 
(U.S. CLS. 13, 21 AND 34). 

CLASS 12— VEHICLES 

FOR SERVING CART (U.S. CL. 19). 

CLASS 20— FURNITURE AND ARTICLES NOT 
OTHERWISE CLASSIFIED 

FOR CONTAINERS OF MOLDED PLASTIC, WITH OR 
WITHOUT COVERS, FOR INDUSTRIAL USE, NAMELY, 
BOXES, CRATES AND CARTONS FOR HANDLING, 
STORING AND TRANSPORTING SOLID GOODS; PLAS- 
TIC STORAGE AND TRANSPORT CONTAINERS FOR 
LIV«J'DS, WITH OR WITHOUT SUPPORTING FRAMES; 
PLASTIC CONTAINERS FOR LIQUIDS, WITH OR WITH- 
OUT SUPPORTING FRAMES; PLASTIC CONTAINERS 
FOR FOOD STORAGE; PLASTIC CASES FOR BOTTLES; 
CURTAIN HOOKS; FURNITURE, NAMELY, CHAIRS 
AND ARMCHAIRS, CUPBOARDS AND CABINETS WITH 
OR WITHOUT DRAWERS, COMMODES, CLOTHES HAM- 
PERS, SHELVING, COUNTER TOPS AND VANITIES, 
MIRRORS, ILLUMINATED MAKE-UP MIRRORS. MEDI- 
CINE CHESTS, CLOTHING VALETS, COSTUMERS AND 
SHOE RACKS; NON-METAL ROBE HOOKS; GARDEN 
FURNITURE, NAMELY, TABLES, CHAIRS, ARMCHAIRS, 
LOUNGE CHAIRS, FOOTSTOOLS, BENCHES, SERVING 
CARTS, TABLE TRUNKS AND CHESTS; GARDEN FUR- 
NITURE ACCESSORIES, NAMELY, CUSHIONS, MAT- 
TRESSES AND TABLE UMBRELLAS (U.S. CLS. 2 AND 
32). 

1 

CLASS 21— HOUSEWARES AND GLASS 

FOR BUCKETS; GARBAGE PAILS; TOWEL RACKS; 
TOOTHBRUSH AND GLASS HOLDERS; SOAP DISHES; 
DISPENSERS FOR ABSORBENT COTTON, TOWELS 
AND/OR TOILET PAPER; TOILET BRUSHES; TOILET 
BRUSH HOLDERS; SHOE HORNS; COMBS; PLANTERS; 
CONTAINERS OF MOLDED PLASTIC, WITH OR WITH- 
OUT COVERS, FOR HOME USE, NAMELY, BOXES, 
CRATES AND CARTONS FOR HANDLING, STORING 
AND TRANSPORTING SOLID (jOODS, PLASTIC STOR- 
AGE AND TRANSPORT CONTAINERS FOR LIQUIDS 
WITH OR WITHOUT SUPPORTING FRAMES, CONTAIN- 
ERS FOR FOOD STORAGE (U.S. CLS. 2 AND 29). 



CLASS 8— HAND TOOLS 

FOR HAND TOOLS, NAMELY, AUTOMOTIVE BAT- 
TERY CARRIER STRAPS, SOCKETS, SOCKET DRIVES, 
RATCHET HANDLES FOR SOCKET DRIVES, EXTEN- 
SIONS FOR SOCKET DRIVES, UNIVERSAL JOINTS AND 
ADAPTERS FOR SOCKET DRIVES, COMBINATION 
WRENCHES, ADJUSTABLE WRENCHES, LONG-NOSED 
PLIERS, DIAGONAL CUTTING PLIERS, LINEMAN'S 
PLIERS, LOCKING PLIERS, SLIP JOINT PLIERS, 
GROOVE JOINT PLIERS, SCREWDRIVERS, SCREW- 
DRIVER SETS, NUT DRIVERS, NUT DRIVER SETS, 
COMBINATION WRENCH SETS, SOCKET SETS, AUTO- 
MOTIVE FUSE PULLERS, STRIPPER AND CRIMPING 
TOOLS, OIL FILTER WRENCHES, PUMP OILERS, FOUR 
WAY RIM WRENCHES. LEVER GREASE GUNS, BODY 
FILLER APPLICATORS, PUTTY KNIVES, UTILITY 
KNIVES, WINDOW SCRAPERS, TUBULAR HACKSAWS, 
HACKSAW BLADES, HEX KEY WRENCH SETS, DIS- 
TRIBUTOR CLAMP WRENCHES, STEERING WHEEL 
PULLERS, "C" CLAMPS. GEAR PULLERS, TUBING CUT- 
TERS. TORX SCREWDRIVER SETS, MILL FILES, BAS- 
TARD FILES, LOCKED AUTO ACCESS TOOLS (U.S. CL. 
23). 

FIRST USE 8-25-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-25-1986. 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SOENTinC 
APPARATUS 

FOR AUTOMOTIVE FUSES AND FUSE HOLDERS, 
AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL TEST LEADS, AUTOMO- 
TIVE CIRCUIT AND SPARK PLUG TESTERS, AUTOMO- 
TIVE INSULATED TERMINALS, AUTOMOTIVE BAT- 
TERY TESTERS. AUTOMOTIVE BATTERIES, TAPE 
MEASURES, AUTOMOTIVE ANTIFREEZE TESTERS 
AND BATTERY POST AND TERMINAL CLEANERS (U.S. 
CLS. 21 AND 26). 

FIRST USE 3-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 3-1-1986. 



CLASS 12— VEHICLES 

FOR AUTOMOTIVE PARTS, NAMELY, AUTOMOTIVE 
FUSES, AUTOMOTIVE FUSE HOLDERS, AUTOMOTIVE 
BATTERIES, AUTOMOTIVE BATTERY HOLD DOWN 
BOLTS, TRAILER BALLS, TIE DOWN STRAPS, RE- 
PLACEMENT AUTOMOTIVE BATTERY TRAYS, UNI- 
VERSAL CROSS BAR AUTOMOTIVE BATTERY HOLD 
DOWNS, INSERT TUBELESS TIRE REPAIR KITS COM- 
PRISING PLASTIC HANDLE WITH METAL EXTENSION 
WITH HOOKED END WITH RUBBER PATCHES AND 
VULCANIZING COMPOUND (U.S. CLS. 19 AND 35). 

FIRST USE 8-25-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-25-1986. 



SN 635,608. RESOURCE AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS. INC., 
NEW ORLEANS, LA. FILED 12-16-1986. 



RESOURCE 



CLASS 21— HOUSEWARES AND GLASS 

FOR FUNNELS, OIL SPOUTS, WINDOW SQUEEGEES. 
BRUSHES. WIRE BRUSHES, SCRAPERS, WIRE BUFFING 
WHEELS AND DRAIN PANS (US. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 9-17-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-17-1986. 



CLASS 6— METAL GOODS 

FOR PADLOCKS, UNIVERSAL JOINTS AND ADAPT- 
ERS COMPRISED OF METAL FOR SOCKET DRIVES, 
GREASE GUN COUPLERS COMPRISED OF METAL, 
RATCHET TYPE JACK STANDS COMPRISED OF 
METAL, PISTOL GRIP HOSE NOZZLES COMPRISED OF 
METAL. RATCHET HANDLES COMPRISED OF METAL 
FOR SOCKET DRIVES AND EXTENSIONS COMPRISED 
OF METAL FOR SOCKET DRIVES, AND PEGBOARD 
HOOKS (US CLS. 13 AND 14). 

FIRST USE 8-25-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-25-1986. 

I 
CLASS 7— MACHINERY 

FOR HYDRAULIC TROLLEY JACKS AND HYDRAU- 
LIC BOTTLE JACKS (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 8-25-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-25-1986. 



SN 635,639. ERNEST GOTTSCHALK CO.. INC.. YONKERS. 
NY. FILED 12- 16-1986. 



MEDA 



CLASS 3— COSMETICS AND CLEANING 
PREPARATIONS 

FOR ABRASIVES, NAMELY. ALUMINUM OXIDE 
SHEETS, ALUMINUM OXIDE BELTS, SILICON CARBIDE 
SHEETS, ALUMINUM OXIDE SHOP ROLLS (U.S. CL. 4). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1983; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1983. 



TM 10 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 12, 1988 



CLASS 7— MACHINERY 

FOR ABRASIVE GRINDING WHEELS MADE OF ALU- 
MINUM OXIDE. SILICON CARBIDE AND OTHER 
RESINS; TOOL ACCESSORIES USED FOR POWER OPER- 
ATED MACHINES, NAMELY. MAGNETIC CHUCKS. DE- 
MAGNETIZERS, DRILL JIG BUSHINGS, LATHE 
CHUCKS. TOOLPOSTS A TAILSTOCK TURRETS, 
TRANSFER PUNCHES. MANDRELS. PUNCH SETS. CEN- 
TERS. ARBORS. DRILL CHUCKS. DRILL DRIFTS, 
RADIUS CUTTING TOOLS. COLLETS. COLLET HOLD- 
ING FIXTURES. ROTARY TABLES. DIVIDING HEADS. 
TOOL SHARPENERS, NAMELY. END MILLS. CUTTERS. 
WOODRUFF. KEY. CUTTING MACHINE HOLDING 
TOOLS. NAMELY, END MILL HOLDERS. ADAPTERS, 
SHELL END MILL ARBORS, SHELL REAMER ARBORS, 
MORSE TAPER SLEEVES, EXTENSION SOCKETS, SLIT- 
TING SAW ARBORS, MACHINE VISES, TAP WRENCH- 
ES, DIESTOCKS. ANGLE PLATES, BORING HEADS, DIE 
HEADS AND TAPPING ATTACHMENTS, ARBOR PRESS- 
ES, TOOL HOLDERS. COMPOUND SLIDING TABLES. 
CLAMPING KITS (U.S. CLS. 13. 23 AND 32). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1983; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1983. 



CLASS 8— HAND TOOLS 

FOR CUTTING HAND TOOLS. NAMELY. TAPS. DIES. 
REAMERS. DRILLS. MILLING CUTTERS. TOOL BITS, 
END MILLS (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1983; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1983 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SOENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR MEASURING TOOLS. NAMELY. MICROMETERS, 
VERNIER CALIPERS. PRECISION SCALES. DIAL INDI- 
CATORS. GAGE BLOCK SETS, INDICATOR HOLDERS 
AND STANDS, PRECISION SQUARES. LEVEL PRO- 
TRACTORS, STEEL PARALLELS, GAGES, HARDNESS 
TESTERS. SPRING CALIPERS. SINE BARS AND SINE 
PLATES. V-BLOCKS AND CLAMPS. VISES. DIGIT 
COUNTERS. PRECISION LEVELS. ANGLE BLOCKS (U.S. 
CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 6-&-I983; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1983. 



SN 642,188. EMBROIDERY MASTERS. MARINA DEL 
REY. CA. FILED 1-30-1987. 



EMBROIDERY MASTERS 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "EMBROIDERY", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 



CLASS 25— CLOTHING 

FOR CLOTHING. NAMELY JACKETS. SHIRTS, 
SWEATERS, ROBES. SWEAT SHIRTS, PANTS, SHORTS, 
HATS. CAPS, TIES AND APRONS (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 1-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 1-I-I986. 



CLASS 40— MATERIAL TREATMENT 

FOR EMBROIDERING ITEMS WITH LOGOS, MONO- 
GRAMS, NAMES AND WORDS (U.S. CLS. 103 AND 106). 
FIRST USE 1-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 1-1-1986. 



SN 642,541. UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI, CORAL GABLES, 
FL. FILED 2-2-1987. 



SN 638,777. RESEARCH LIBRARIES GROUP, INC., THE, 
STANFORD, CA FILED 1-8-1987. 



CJK 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTinC 
APPARATUS 

FOR COMPUTER EQUIPMENT, NAMELY. MICRO- 
PROCESSOR COMPUTER TERMINAL AND COMPUTER 
PRINTER FOR USE IN EAST ASIAN STUDY APPLICA- 
TIONS (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 9-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 3-0-1983. 



CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAM USER MANUALS FOR 
USE IN EAST ASIAN STUDY APPLICATIONS (US CL 
38). 

FIRST USE 9-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 3-0-1983 

CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR LEASING ON-LINE ACCESS TO A COMPUTER 
DATABASE (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). 
FIRST USE 9-0-1983; IN COMMERCE 9-0-1983. 



BASCOM PALMER EYE 
INSTITUTE 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "EYE INSTITUTE", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 



CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES NAMELY, CONDUCT- 
ING SEMINARS FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS, RESI- 
DENTS, AND PHYSICIANS IN EYE TREATMENT, DIAG- 
NOSIS, AND SURGERY (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 1-0-1962; IN COMMERCE I-0-I962. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR HEALTH CARE SERVICES NAMELY, PROVID- 
ING EYE TREATMENT, DIAGNOSIS, AND SURGERY 
FOR DISEASES OF THE EYE TO INPATIENTS AND 
OOTPATIENTS (U.S. CL. 100) 

FIRST USE 1-0-1962; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1962. 



APRIL 12, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM 11 



SN 642.542. UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI, CORAL GABLES, SN 642,973. L. R. OLIVER & CO., INC., ANCHORVILLE, 
FL. FILED 2-2-1987. MI. FILED 2-2-1987. 



SSG 




CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES NAMELY, CONDUCT- 
ING SEMINARS FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS, RESI- 
DENTS, AND PHYSICIANS IN EYE TREATMENT, DIAG- 
NOSIS, AND SURGERY (US. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 1-0-1975; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1975. 



CLASS 7— MACHINERY 

FOR GRINDING AND MILLING WHEELS, BURRS, 
SAWS, HOLE SAWS, ROUTER BITS, SANDING SLEEVES 
AND DISCS, AND SPADE AUGERS FOR CUTTING, AB- 
RADING, AND DRILLING, SUCH TOOLS BEING USED 
IN STATIONARY AND HAND HELD POWER DRIVEN 
MACHINERY (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 5-22-1978; IN COMMERCE 5-22-1978. 

CLASS 8— HAND TOOLS 

FOR FILES FOR CUTTING AND ABRADING SUCH 
TOOLS BEING USED IN HAND HELD APPLICATIONS 
(U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 5-22-1978; IN COMMERCE 5-2-1978. 



SN 645,357. BELL CANADA, MONTREAL, QUEBEC, 
CANADA, FILED 2-18-1987. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR HEALTH CARE SERVICES NAMELY, PROVID- 
ING EYE TREATMENT, DIAGNOSIS, AND SURGERY 
FOR DISEASES OF THE EYE TO INPATIENTS AND 
OUTPATIENTS (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 1-0-1975; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1975. 



iNet 



SN 642,543. UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI, CORAL GABLES, 
FL. FILED 2-2-1987. 




CLASS 35— ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS 

FOR INFORMATION STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL 
SERVICES (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). 

FIRST USE 5-0-1981; IN COMMERCE 5-0-I98I. 



CLASS 38— COMMUNICATION 

FOR COMMUNICATION SERVICES, NAMELY ELEC- 
TRONIC TRANSMISSION OF MESSAGES AND DATA 
(U.S. CLS. 104 AND 105). 

FIRST USE 5-0-1981; IN COMMERCE 5-0-1981. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR LEASING ACCESS TIME TO COMPUTER DATA- 
BASES IN THE BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL FIELDS 
(U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). 

FIRST USE 5-0-1981; IN COMMERCE 5-0-1981. 



CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES NAMELY, CONDUCT- 
ING SEMINARS FOR MIDICAL STUDENTS, RESIDENTS, 
AND PHYSICIANS IN EYE TREATMENT, DIAGNOSIS, 
AND SURGERY (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 3-0-1977; IN COMMERCE 3-0-1977. 

CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR HEALTH CARE SERVICES NAMELY, PROVID- 
ING EYE TREATMENT, DIAGNOSIS. AND SURGERY 
FOR DISEASES OF THE EYE TO INPATIENTS AND 
OUTPATIENTS (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 3-0-1977; IN COMMERCE 3-0-1977. 



SN 646.076. FL INDUSTRIES, INC., LIVINGSTON. NJ. 
FILED 2-24-1987. 



LECTROSOL 



CLASS 3— COSMETICS AND CLEANING 
PREPARATIONS 

FOR CLEANSER FOR ELECTRICAL CABLE (U.S. CL. 
52). 
FIRST USE 10-2-1985; IN COMMERCE 10-2-1985. 



TM 12 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 12, 1988 



CLASS 5— PHARMACEUTICALS 

FOR PREPARATIONS FOR KILLING BUGS, NAMELY 
WASPS & HORNETS (U.S. CL. 6). 

FIRST USE 10-2-1985; IN COMMERCE 10-2-1985. 



SN 646,515 BAYERISCHE VEREINSBANK AG, MUN- 
CHEN. FED REP GERMANY, FILED 2-26-1987. 




SN 648,651. HEALTHCALL CORPORATION, MILWAU- 
KEE, Wl. FILED 3-9-1987. 



HEALTHCALL 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,409,915. 

CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, NAMELY; PROVID- 
ING INSTRUCTION IN THE USE OF MEDICAL EQUIP- 
MENT AND SUPPLIES (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 2-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1985. 

CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR HEALTH CARE SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 
FIRST USE 3-18-1985; IN COMMERCE 3-18-1985. 



SN 651.819. CONTROL DATA CORPORATION, MINNE- 
APOLIS, MN FILED 3-27-1987. 



LOGIN 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC 44(D) ON ITALY 
APPLICATION NO. 2I593C/86, FILED 9-2-1986, REG. NO 
474331, DATED 3-27-1987, EXPIRES 9-2-2006 

THE MARK COMPRISES "WORLDCASH " WITHIN A 
RECTANGULAR BACKGROUND DESIGN OVER THE 
DESIGN OF A WORLD GLOBE. 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTinC 
APPARATUS 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR USE IN BANKING 
(U.S. CL. 38). 

CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAM MANUALS; TEXTBOOKS 
CONTAINING OPERATING PROCEDURES AND DE- 
SCRIPTION OF COMPUTER FUNCTIONS; INSTRUC- 
TIONAL AND TEACHING MATERIAL, NAMELY, USER 
MANUALS, BROCHURES AND PAMPHLETS ABOUT 
BANKING (U.S. CL 38). 

CLASS 35— ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS 

FOR ACCOUNTING. BOOKKEEPING. MANAGEMENT 
CONSULTATION AND DATA PROCESSING SERVICES 
(U.S. CL. 101). 



CLASS 38— COMMUNICATION 

FOR ELECTRONIC MAIL SERVICES (US. CL. 104). 
FIRST USE 7-1-1981; IN COMMERCE 7-1-1981. 

CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR COMPUTER SERVICES. NAMELY LEASING 
ACCESS TIME TO A COMPUTER DATA BASE (U.S. CL. 
104). 

FIRST USE 7-1-1981; IN COMMERCE 7-1-1981. 



SN 652,344. VIDEO TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRIES, INC.. 
NORTHBROOK, IL. FILED 3-30-1987. 




CLASS 36— INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL 

FOR BANKING SERVICES. NAMELY, SALES CREDIT 
RNANCING AND CREDIT RISK INSURANCE, FACTOR- 
ING, ISSUING OF CREDIT CARDS AND CREDIT CARD 
SERVICES. BILLING AND DEBT COLLECTION SERV- 
ICES. RECOVERY OF DEBTS. FINANCIAL MANAGE- 
MENT SERVICES. BROKERAGE AND UNDERWRITING 
OF STOCKS AND BONDS SERVICES. ELECTRONIC 
BANKING. REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT. REAL 
ESTATE AND MORTGAGE AGENCIES SERVICES. IN- 
SURANCE BROKERAGE. INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT 
AND CONSULTING SERVICES (U.S. CLS. lOI AND 102). 



CLASS 15— MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

FOR ELECTRONIC MUSICAL KEYBOARDS (U.S. CL. 
36). 
FIRST USE 9-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-1-1986. 

CLASS 28— TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS 

FOR ELECTRONIC GAMES FOR THE TEACHING OF 
CHILDREN (U.S. CLS. 22 AND 23). 

FIRST USE 9-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-1-1986. 



APRIL 12, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM 13 



SN 653.296. MAI BASIC FOUR, INC., TUSTIN, CA. FILED 
4-6-1987. 



/M/A/I BASIC FOUR 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 766,691, 1,429,090 AND 
OTHERS. 



I 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS AND COMPONENTS 
THEREOF, NAMELY WORD PROCESSORS, PRINTERS. 
TERMINALS. DISK DRIVES AND COMPUTER PRO- 
GRAMS (U.S. CLS. 26 AND 38). 

FIRST USE 1-30-1985; IN COMMERCE 1-30-1985. 



CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR COMPUTER USER AND INSTRUCTION MANU- 
ALS (U.S. CL. 38) 
FIRST USE 1-30-1985; IN COMMERCE 1-30-1985. 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SOENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR ELECTRONIC AND SCIENTIFIC APPARATUS - 
NAMELY. DIODES. ELECTROLUMINESCENT DIODES. 
LIGHT EMITTING DIODES. LIQUID CRYSTAL DIS- 
PLAYS FOR MOTER VEHICLES. 
TRANSISTORS.PHOTOTRANSISTORS, SELENIUM REC- 
TIFIERS. RESISTORS. FUSES. VOLTAGE REGULATORS. 
AUTOMOTIVE BATTERY CHARGERS. ELECTRONIC 
ARC WELDERS; ELECTROPLATING APPARATUS FOR 
FORMING SUPER HARD COATINGS ON SURFACE OF A 
MOLDING DIE; ELECTRIC APPARATUS FOR REMOV- 
ING MOLTEN SOLDER FROM A SOLDERED JOINT. UL- 
TRASONIC ABRASSIVE VIBRATING CHIP; CABLE 
TESTERS; LOGIC CIRCUIT TESTING APPARATUS; 
SWITCHES; RELAYS AND PHOTORELAYS; ELECTRIC 
CIGAR LIGHTERS; PHOTOGRAPHIC STROBE LIGHTS; 
ELECTRIC METERS FOR USE IN CONNECTION WITH 
MOTOR VEHICLES AND ELECTRIC SOUND METERS 
FOR USE IN ACOUSTIC APPARATUS; LIGHT METERS 
FOR MEASURING AND FIXING A SHUTTER SPEED OR 
DIAPHRAGM OO CAMERAS; LIQUID CRYSTAL FOR 
OPTICAL AND TIMING APPLICATIONS; ELECTRONIC 
PHOTORECEPTORS; MICRO-COMPUTER CONTROLS 
FOR USE IN NUMERICALLY CONTROLLED APPLICA- 
TIONS, AIR CONDITIONERS AND TRANSPORTATION 
EQUIPMENT; NOISE SUPPRESSORS; ELECTROPHOTO- 
GRAPHIC ERASERS; ELECTRONIC POWER SUPPLIES 
FOR MICRO-COMPUTER EQUIPMENT, OFFICE AUTO- 
MATION EQUIPMENT, COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT 
AND NUMERICALLY CONTROLLED EQUIPMENT. 
RAILWAY SIGNALS; SCANNERS; VACUUM CLEANERS; 
ELECTRIC EYES FOR VIDEO TAPE RECORDERS; 
LIQUID LEVEL METERS (US. CLS 8. 21, 23, 26 AND 34). 
FIRST USE 3-12-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-12-1987. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMMING SERVICES (U.S. 
CLS. 100 AND 101). 
FIRST USE 1-30-1985; IN COMMERCE 1-30-1985. 



SN 654.058. STANLEY ELECTRIC COMPANY LIMITED. 
TOKYO, JAPAN, FILED 4-9-1987. 



II STANLEY 



OWNER OF US REG. NO. 1,264,745 AND OTHERS 



CLASS 7— MACHINERY 

FOR MACHINES FOR CUTTING AND POLISHING 
GLASS AND GEMSTONES (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 3-12-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-12-1987. 



CLASS 10— MEDICAL APPARATUS 

FOR MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS AND APPARATUS, 
NAMELY - SPHYGMOMANOMETERS, ELECTRONIC 
STETHOSCOPES, ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. EYES AND 
TEETH. CLINICAL CHART SELECTORS. OXIMETERS 
(U.S. CL. 44). 

FIRST USE 3-12-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-12-1987. 



CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR MOTORCYCLE AND AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRIC 
LAMPS - NAMELY, SIDE MARKER LIGHTS. FOG 
LIGHTS, SEALED BEAM HEAD LIGHTS AND BULBS, 
SEARCH LIGHTS, TAIL LIGHTS, SPOT LIGHTS. 
BACKUP LIGHTS. LICENSE PLATE LIGHTS. BRAKE 
STOP LIGHTS; ELECTRIC LIGHTS AND ELECTRIC 
LIGHT BULBS - NAMELY, POLE LIGHTS, ELECTRIC 
BULBS AND HALOGEN BULBS, INFRA-RED LIGHTS, 
ULTRA-VIOLET LIGHTS, MERCURY LAMPS, NEON 
LAMPS, UNDERWATER LAMPS, DISCHARGE LAMPS, 
AUTOMOTIVE LAMPS, LENSES AND REFLECTORS, 
SUN TANNING LAMPS, FLOOD LIGHTS, FLUORES- 
CENT LAMPS, SPECIALIZED LIGHT BULBS FROM SCI- 
ENTIFIC APPLICATIONS, GARDEN LIGHTS, HIGHWAY 
LIGHTS, ELECTRIC WORKING LAMPS FOR USE IN 
CONJUNCTION WITH AUTOMOTIVE BATTERIES, INTE- 
RIOR FLOOD LIGHTS, SIGNAL LIGHTS, AUTOMOTIVE 
DIRECTIONAL INDICATOR FLASHERS, EMERGENCY 
LIGHTS. TRAFFIC SIGNAL LAMPS, RAILWAY SIGNAL 
LAMPS. AND VEHICLE STOP LIGHTS; ELECTRIC 
HEATERS; ELECTRICALLY OPERATED AIR FRESHEN- 
ERS WITH FANS (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 34). 

FIRST USE 3-12-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-12-1987. 



TM 14 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 12, 1988 



CLASS 12— VEHICLES 

FOR BICYCLES; SPOILERS FOR AUTOMOTIVE VEHI- 
CLES; DIRECTIONAL INDICATORS FOR VEHICLES 
CONSISTING OF ACTUATORS, WIRING AND INDICA- 
TOR LIGHTS (US. CLS. 19 AND 21). 

FIRST USE 3-12-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-12-1987. 



SN 655,271. BIG O TIRE DEALERS, INC., ENGLEWOOD. 
CO. FILED 4-15-1987. 




CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR MANAGEMENT 
APPLICATIONS INCLUDING ACCOUNTING, FORE- 
CASTING AND CASH FLOW ANALYSIS, AND COMPUT- 
ERS FOR USE THEREWITH (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 4-20-1984; IN COMMERCE 4-20-1984. 



CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR TRAINING IN USE OF COMPUTER PROGRAMS 
AND COMPUTERS FOR MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS 
(U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 4-20-1984; IN COMMERCE 4-20-1984. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR CONSULTING AND CUSTOM PROGRAMMING 
SERVICES FOR MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS OF 
COMPUTER PROGRAMS AND COMPUTERS (U.S. CLS. 
100 AND 101). 

FIRST USE 4-20-1984; IN COMMERCE 4-20-1984. 



SN 657,578. ARCHITECTURAL CRYSTAL LIMITED, NEW 
YORK, NY. FILED 4-27-1987. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 817,579, 1,330,788 AND 
OTHERS. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE 'TIRES', APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 



ARCHITECTURAL CRYSTAL 
LTD. 



CLASS 12— VEHICLES 

FOR VEHICLE TIRES (U.S. CL. 35). 

FIRST USE 4-0-1984; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1984. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CRYSTAL LTD.", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN 



CLASS 37— CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR 

FOR MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF AUTOMOBILE 
PARTS, NAMELY TIRES, BRAKES, SHOCK ABSORBERS 
AND FRONT-END SUSPENSION PARTS (U.S. CL 103). 

FIRST USE 12-15-1985, FIRST USED IN ANOTHER 
FORM ON JANUARY, 1963; IN COMMERCE 12-15-1985, 
FIRST USED IN COMMERCE IN ANOTHER FORM ON 
JANUARY, 1963. 

CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR RETAIL TIRE AND ACCESSORY STORES SERV- 
ICES AND RENDERING TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE IN 
CONNECTION WITH THE ESTABLISHMENT AND/OR 
OPERATION OF RETAIL TIRE AND ACCESSORY 
STORES (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). 

FIRST USE 4-0-1984, FIRST USED IN ANOTHER FORM 
ON JANUARY, 1963 ; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1984, FIRST 
USED IN COMMERCE IN ANOTHER FORM ON JANU- 
ARY, 1963 



CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR ELECTRIC CRYSTAL CHANDELIERS AND 
PARTS THEREFOR (U.S. CL. 21) 
FIRST USE 2-21-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-21-1987. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR CUSTOM DESIGN AND WHOLESALE OUTLET 
SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF DECORATIVE ELECTRIC 
LAMPS (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). 

FIRST USE 2-21-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-21-1987. 



SN 658,484. EVERINGHAM BROTHERS LIMITED, BRA- 
MALEA, ONTARIO, CANADA, FILED 4-27-1987. 



CHEF 900 SERIES 



SN 655,436. GEORGE S. MAY INTERNATIONAL COMPA- 
NY, PARK RIDGE, IL. FILED 3-27-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SERIES". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 



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CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR ELECTRIC FRY PANS, FOR DOMESTIC USE (U.S. 
CL. 21). 

RRST USE 3-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 3-0-1985. 



APRIL 12. 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM 15 



CLASS 21— HOUSEWARES AND GLASS 

FOR COOKWARE, NAMELY, FRY PANS. SAUCE 
PANS, DUTCH OVENS, OMELETTE PANS, SKILLETS. 
DOUBLE BOILERS AND STEAMERS, ALL FOR DOMES- 
TIC USE (U.S. CLS. 2 AND 13). 

FIRST USE 3-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 3-0-1985. 



SN 659,568. WORLD CLASS RESORTS INTERNATIONAL, 
INC., STATELINE, NV. FILED 5-8-1987. 




CLASS 36— INSURANCE AND HNANCIAL 

FOR VACATION REAL ESTATE TIMESHARE MAN- 
AGEMENT AND BROKERAGE SERVICES (U.S. CLS. 101 
AND 102). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1982. 

CLASS 37— CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR 

FOR REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF TIMESHARE 
PROPERTIES (U.S. CL. 103). 
FIRST USE 6-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1982. 

CLASS 39— TRANSPORTATION AND 
STORAGE 

FOR MAKING TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS FOR TIME- 
SHARE OWNERS AND GUESTS (U.S. CL. 105). 
FIRST USE 6-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1982. 

CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR RESORT HOTEL MANAGEMENT, ACCOMMODA- 
TIONS AND RESERVATIONS SERVICES (U.S. CLS. 100, 
101 AND 107). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1982. 



THE MARK IS LINED FOR THE COLORS YELLOW, 
ORANGE, RED AND BLUE 



SN 663,295. PIERRE FABRE COSMETIQUE, PARIS, 
FRANCE, FILED 5-28-1987. 



LES PRESCRIPTIONS 
KLORANE 



CLASS 36— INSURANCE AND HNANOAL 

FOR VACATION REAL ESTATE TIMESHARE MAN- 
AGEMENT AND BROKERAGE SERVICES (U.S. CLS. 101 
AND 102). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1982. 

CLASS 37— CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR 

FOR REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF TIMESHARE 
PROPERTIES (U.S. CL. 103). 
FIRST USE 6-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1982. 

CLASS 39— TRANSPORTATION AND 
STORAGE 

FOR MAKING TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS FOR TIME- 
SHARE OWNERS AND QUESTS (U.S. CL. 105). 
FIRST USE 6-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1982. 

CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR RESORT HOTEL MANAGEMENT, ACCOMMODA- 
TIONS AND RESERVATIONS SERVICES (U.S. CLS. 100, 
101 AND 107). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1982. 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON FRANCE 
APPLICATION NO. 1414, FILED 3-13-1987, REG. NO. 
1399499, DATED 3-13-1987, EXPIRES 3-13-1997. 

OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 960,587, 1,433,477 AND 
OTHERS. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "PRESCRIPTIONS", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 



CLASS 3— COSMETICS AND CLEANING 
PREPARATIONS 

FOR BEAUTY AND BATH SOAPS, SOAP SUBSTI- 
TUTES, COSMETIC LOTIONS, CREAMS, GELS, HAIR 
SHAMPOOS, LOTIONS AND CONDITIONERS, AND 
DENTIFRICES (U.S. CLS. 51 AND 52). 

CLASS 5— PHARMACEUTICALS 

FOR MEDICATED PREPARATIONS FOR THE CARE 
OF THE SKIN (U.S. CL. 18). 



SN 664,575. ALLEGIS CORPORATION, ELK GROVE 
TOWNSHIP, IL. FILED 6-4-1987 



SN 659.569. WORLD CLASS RESORTS INTERNATIONAL, 
INC., STATELINE, NV. FILED 5-8-1987. 



WORLD CLASS RESORTS 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "RESORTS", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN 



ALLEGIS 



CLASS 39— TRANSPORTATION AND 
STORAGE 

FOR AIR TRANSPORTATION AND AUTOMOBILE 
RENTAL SERVICES (U.S. CL. 105). 
FIRST USE 2-19-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-19-1987. 



TM 16 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 12, 1988 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR HOTEL SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 2-19-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-19-1987. 



SN 664,966. COMPAGNIE FRANCAISE DE PRODUITS IN- 
DUSTRIELS, GENNEVILLIERS, FRANCE, FILED 
6-5-1987. 



QUATTRO 



OWNER OF FRANCE REG. NO. 1305176. DATED 
4-10-1985, EXPIRES 4-10-1995. 



CLASS 1— CHEMICALS 

FOR NON-PESTICIDAL CHEMICALS USED IN AGRI- 
CULTURE, HORTICULTURE AND FORESTRY (U.S. CL. 
6). 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SaENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR AUDIO RECORDINGS IN THE NATURE OF CAS- 
SETTE TAPES DEALING WITH RELIGIOUS OR SPIRIT- 
UAL SUBJECTS (U.S. CL. 36). 

FIRST USE I2-0-1984; IN COMMERCE 12-0-1984. 



CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, BROCHURES AND BOOK- 
LETS DEALING WITH RELIGIOUS OR SPIRITUAL SUB- 
JECTS (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 12-0-1984; IN COMMERCE 12-0-1984. 



SN 667,661. AMERICAN BIONETICS, INC., HAYWARD, 
CA. FILED 6-22-1987. 



CLASS 5— PHARMACEUTICALS 

FOR PREPARATIONS FOR DESTROYING VERMIN; 
FUNGICIDES, AND HERBICIDES FOR USE IN AGRI- 
CULTURE, HORTICULTURE AND FORESTRY (U.S. CL. 
6). 



SN 665,379. UDP. INC., SAN ANTONIO, TX. FILED 
6-8-1987. 



UDP, INC. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "INC ", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 



CLASS 35— ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS 

FOR DATA PROCESSING SERVICES IN THE FIELD 
OF TELEPHONE COMMUNICATIONS (U.S. CL. 101). 
FIRST USE 8-29-1966; IN COMMERCE 8-29-1966. 



WESBLOT 



CLASS 1— CHEMICALS 

FOR CONTROL SERA AND REAGENTS FOR LABORA- 
TORY USE (U.S. CL. 6). 
FIRST USE 6-8-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-8-1987. 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTinC 
APPARATUS 

FOR LABORATORY EQUIPMENT, NAMELY TESTING 
CARTRIDGES AND TESTING CARTRIDGES, CONTROL 
SERA AND REAGENTS SOLD AS A UNIT (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 6-8-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-8-1987. 



SN 670,041. HARROW PRODUCTS, INC., GRA!«5 RAPIDS, 
MI. FILED 7-6-1987. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR DESIGN OF COMPUTER HARDWARE AND 
SOFTWARE TO THE ORDER AND SPECIFICATION OF 
OTHERS; COMPUTER PROGRAMMING SERVICES; 
LASER PRINTING SERVICES (U.S. CL. 100). 

FIRST USE 8-29-1966: IN COMMERCE 8-29-1966. 



SN 667,613. LAMPLIGHT PUBLICATIONS, MANCHES- 
TER. NH. FILED 6-23-1987. 





Lamplight Pubucations 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "PUBLICATIONS", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

THE LINING IS A FEATURE OF THE MARK AND 
DOES NOT INDICATE COLOR. 



THE DESIGN PORTION OF THE MARK CONSISTS OF 
THE FANCIFUL DEPICTION OF A HOUSE. 



CLASS 6— METAL GOODS 

FOR METAL GRIDS FOR SUPPORTING SUSPENDED 
CEILING PANELS AND TILES; METAL CLOTHES 
CHUTE DOORS; METAL VENTS FOR USE IN CON- 
STRUCTION, NAMELY, ROOF, ROOF JACK, ROOF 
RIDGE, GABLE, WALL, EAVE, SOFFET, FOUNDATION, 
MASONRY WALL CAP AND NON-POWERED TURBINE 
VENTS AND VACUUM CAPS THEREFOR (U.S. CL. 12). 

FIRST USE 7-0-1972; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1972. 



APRIL 12, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM 17 



CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR VENTILATION EQUIPMENT, NAMELY, POW- 
ERED ROOF, WALL AND GABLE FANS; CLOTHES 
DRYER VENTS; REGISTER PANELS FOR HOT AIR AND 
AIR CONDITIONING INTAKES AND OUTLETS; FLOOR, 
WALL AND CEILING AIR DIFFUSERS; FLOOR, WALL 
AND CEILING VENTILATION GRILLS; AIR DIFFUSING 
DAMPERS; FLOOR, WALL AND CEILING VENTILAT- 
ING REGISTERS; POWERED AIR-FLOW REGISTERS, 
HUMIDIFIERS; AND FLEXIBLE VENTILATING DUCTS 
(U.S. CL. 34). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1971; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1971. 



CLASS 18— LEATHER GOODS 

FOR LEATHER WALLETS (U.S. CL. 3), 

FIRST USE 10-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-1-1986. 

CLASS 20— FURNITURE AND ARTICLES NOT 
OTHERWISE CLASSIFIED 

FOR TIE RACKS (U.S. CL. 32) 

FIRST USE 5-15-1985; IN COMMERCE 5-15-1985. 



CLASS 20— FURNFTURE AND ARTICLES NOT 
OTHERWISE CLASSIHED 

FOR ADJUSTABLE SHELVING, BATH CABINETS 
AND MIRRORS (U.S. CL. 32). 
FIRST USE 8-0-1977; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1977. 



SN 670,363. COMBUSTION TECHNOLOGIES, INC., TROY, 
MI. FILED 7-6-1987. 



SN 673,008. GUARDIAN BURGLAR & FIRE SYSTEMS 
INC., SANTA CLARA, CA. FILED 7-20-1987. 




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CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SOENTinC 
APPARATUS 

FOR BURGLAR AND FIRE UNITS FOR HOME USE 
(U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 7-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-1-1987. 

CLASS 35— ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS 

FOR MONITORING BURGLAR AND FIRE ALARM 
SYSTEMS (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). 
FIRST USE 7-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-1-1987. 



THE DRAWING IS LINED FOR THE COLORS RED, 
ORANGE AND YELLOW 

THE MARK CONSISTS OF A STYLIZED REPRESEN- 
TATION OF THE LETTERS "CTI". 

CLASS 37— CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR 

FOR PROVIDING CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF 
WASTE DISPOSAL PLANTS (U.S. CL. 103). 
FIRST USE 1-2-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-2-1987. 

CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR DESIGNING WASTE DISPOSAL PLANTS (U.S. CL. 
100). 
FIRST USE 1-2-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-2-1987. 



CLASS 37— CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR 

FOR INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF BUR- 
GLAR AND FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS (U.S. CLS. 37 AND 
103). 

FIRST USE 7-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-1-1987. 



SN 673,328. EXCELTECH, INC.. FREMONT, CA. FILED 
7-20-1987. 



EXCELTECH 



SN 672,485. R H. MACY & CO.. INC.. NEW YORK. NY. 
FILED 7-I6-I987. 



CLASS 37— CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR 

FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE PACKAGING, DISPOSAL 
AND CLEAN-UP SERVICES (U.S. CL. 103). 

FIRST USE 10-14-1982; IN COMMERCE 12-5-1983. 



LOFT & BROWNSTONE 

CLASS 6— METAL GOODS 

FOR BRASS ACCESSORIES; NAMELY, CARD DISPLAY 
CASES (U.S. CL. 14). 
nRST USE 10-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-1-1986. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, NAMELY HAZ- 
ARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICES, ENVIRON- 
MENTAL AUDIT SERVICES, NAMELY, PROVIDING ON- 
SITE INSPECTIONS OF FACILITIES (U.S. CLS 100 AND 
106). 

FIRST USE 10-14-1982; IN COMMERCE 12-5-1983. 



TM 18 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 12, 1988 



SN 674.444. MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION 
OF AMERICA. JACKSON, MS. FILED 7-24-1987. 

MOBILECOMM 

CLASS 35— ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS 

FOR TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICES (U.S. CLS. 
101 AND 104). 
FIRST USE 10-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 10-0-1982. 

CLASS 38— COMMUNICATION 

FOR PAGING SERVICES NAMELY. CONVENTIONAL 
PAGING, DIGITAL DISPLAY PAGING, ALPHANUMER- 
IC MESSAGING. AND VOICE MESSAGING ENHANCED 
PAGING; CELLULAR MOBILE TELEPHONE SERVICES 
CONVENTIONAL MOBILE TELEPHONE SERVICES; 
AIR-TO-GROUND TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES; 
AND MARINE TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES 
(US. CL. 104). 

FIRST USE 7-0-1967; IN COMMERCE 7-0-1967. 



CLASS 22— CORDAGE AND RBERS 

FOR TARPAULINS (U.S. CL. 50). 

FIRST USE 2-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-1-1987. 

CLASS 26— FANCY GOODS 

FOR ENGRAVED ORNAMENTAL PINS (U.S. CL. 40). 
FIRST USE 2-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-1-1987. 

CLASS 27— FLOOR COVERINGS 

FOR NON-NATURAL SYNTHETIC WOVEN FIBER 
FLOOR MATS WITH A RUBBER BASE, AND RUGS (U.S. 
CL. 42). 

FIRST USE 2-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-1-1987. 



SN 677,431. SZUECS, JOHAN, MUNCHEN, FED REP GER- 
MANY, RLED 8-10-1987. 



SN 677,176. WEAR-GUARD CORPORATION, NOR WELL, 
MA FILED 8-7-1987. 



WEARGUARD 



OWNER OF US REG. NOS. 1,155,69S, 1.411,415 AND 
OTHERS 



CLASS 3— COSMETICS AND CLEANING 
PREPARATIONS 

FOR LAUNDRY SOAP AND DETERGENT (U.S. CL. 52). 
FIRST USE 2-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-1-1987. 



JOS 



OWNER OF FED REP GERMANY REG. NO. 1104762. 
DATED 4-10-1987, EXPIRES 2-17-1997. 



CLASS 7— MACHINERY 

FOR JET STREAM DEVICES FOR CLEANING AND 
PRESERVING SURFACES. ESPECIALLY SPECIAL NOZ- 
ZLES WITH MIXING CHAMBERS AND MOUTH PIECES 
OF CERAMIC MATERIAL FOR THE CLEANING AND 
PRESERVING OF METAL, STONE, BUILDING AND 
MONUMENT SURFACES. USING A ROTATING CLEAN- 
ING JET OF WATER, AIR AND GRANULES (U.S. CL. 23). 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR SUNGLASSES (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 2-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-1-1987. 



CLASS 10— MEDICAL APPARATUS 

FOR STETHOSCOPES, SURGICAL SCISSORS, AND 
MEDICAL THERMOMETER CASES (U.S. CL. 44). 
FIRST USE 2-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-1-1987 

CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR FLASHLIGHTS (U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 2-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-1-1987. 

CLASS 18— LEATHER GOODS 

FOR CANVAS TOTE BAGS, AND BILLFOLDS (U.S. CL. 



CLASS 37— CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR 

FOR CLEANING OF BUILDINGS AND FASSADES, IN- 
CLUDING THE FINAL CLEANING AFTER CONSTRUC- 
TION AND FINE CLEANING AS WELL AS THE CLEAN- 
ING OF INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS AND THE CLEAN- 
ING OF MONUMENTS (U.S. CL. 103). 



3). 



FIRST USE 2-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-1-1987. 



SN 678.443 ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING AUDI- 
TORS ASSOCIATION, INC., DBA EDP AUDITORS AS- 
SOCIATION, INC. AND DBA EDPAA. CAROL 
STREAM. IL. FILED 8-14-1987. 



THE INFORMATION 

SYSTEMS CONTROL 

ASSOCIATION 



CLASS 20— FURNITURE AND ARTICLES NOT 
OTHERWISE CLASSIFIED 

FOR ENGRAVED WOODEN SIGNS, AND PLASTIC 
EMPLOYEE NAME PINS (U.S. CL. 50). 
FIRST USE 2-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-1-1987. 

CLASS 21— HOUSEWARES AND GLASS 

FOR MUGS (U.S. CL. 2). 

FIRST USE 2-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-1-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "INFORMATION SYSTEM" AND "ASSOCIATION". 
APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 



CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR NEWSLETTERS AND JOURNALS RELATING TO 
AUDITING AND DATA PROCESSING (U.S. CL. 38) 
FIRST USE 11-30-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-30-1986. 



APRIL 12. 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM 19 



CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES - NAMELY CON- 
DUCTING CONFERENCES, SEMINARS AND WORK- 
SHOPS IN THE FIELDS OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS, 
DATABASE. PERFORMANCE EVALUATION, INTER- 
NAL AUDITING AND ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESS- 
ING AUDITING TECHNIQUES (U.S. CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 11-30-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-30-1986. 



SN 678,617. MOMA'S U-BAKE PIZZA, INC., COLUMBUS, 
GA. FILED 8-17-1987. 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "U BAKE PIZZA" AND "WE MAKE IT- YOU BAKE 
IT', APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTinC 
APPARATUS 

FOR ELECTRONIC SHELF-MOUNTING INFORMA- 
TION DISPLAY MODULES; ELECTRONIC SHELF- 
MOUNTING INFORMATION DISPLAY AND STORAGE 
MODULES; ELECTRONIC SHELF-MOUNTING RADIO 
BROADCASTING/RECEIVING INFORMATION DISPLAY 
AND STORAGE MODULES; RADIO BROADCASTING/ 
RECEIVING SYSTEM CONTROL UNITS FOR USE WITH 
SUCH MODULES; COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR USE IN 
SYSTEM MANAGEMENT; INTERFACE UNIT EACH 
LINKING AN ELECTRONIC STORE PRICE SCANNING 
SYSTEM AND A SYSTEM CONTROL UNIT; RADIO 
BROADCASTING/RECEIVING ANTENNAE ARRAYS; 
MODULE ACTIVATION AND TEST UNITS (U.S. CLS. 21, 
26 AND 28). 

FIRST USE 2-28-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-31-1987. 

CLASS 37— CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR 

FOR CUSTOM INSTALLATION OF IN-STORE PRICE 
AND INFORMATION NETWORKS (U.S. CL. 103). 
FIRST USE 2-28-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-31-1987. 



SN 680,536. PAC EL TECHNOLOGY INC., IRVINE, CA. 
FILED 8-24-1987. 



PACIFICOM 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SOENTIFIC 
APPARATUS 

FOR ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC COMMUNICA- 
TIONS EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES THEREFOR, 
NAMELY IMPEDANCE MATCHING BALUNS AND CON- 
NECTORS, AND CABINETS THEREFOR; ELECTRIC 
AND ELECTRONIC CABLES (U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 3-25-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-31-1987. 

CLASS 37— CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR 

FOR MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND INSTALLATION 
SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF COMMUNICATION CA- 
BLING SYSTEMS (U.S. CL. 103). 

FIRST USE 3-25-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-31-1987. 



CLASS 30— STAPLE FOODS 

FOR UNBAKED PIZZAS TO BE COOKED AT HOME 

(U.S. CL. 46). 

FIRST USE 6-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-9-1987. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR DESIGN SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF COMMU- 
NICATION CABLING SYSTEMS (U.S. CL. 100). 
FIRST USE 3-25-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-31-1987. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR STAPLE F(X)DS AND FOR RETAIL STORE 
SERVICES FOR UNBAKED PIZZAS TO BE COOKED AT 
HOME (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 6-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-9-1987. 



SN 679,239. TELEPANEL INC., MARKHAM. ONTARIO. 
CANADA, FILED 8-18-1987. 



TELEPANEL 



SN 680,925. STANLEY ROBERTS, INC., LODI, NJ. FILED 
8-27-1987. 



PRIME CUT 



CLASS 8— HAND TOOLS 

FOR CUTLERY, NAMELY KITCHEN KNIVES, STEAK 
KNIVES, CARVING KNIVES. FORKS AND SPOONS (U.S. 
CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 2-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1987. 

CLASS 21— HOUSEWARES AND GLASS 

FOR CHOPPING BOARDS OF WOOD FOR KITCHEN 
USE AND CARVING BOARDS OF WOOD FOR KITCHEN 
USE (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 2-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1987. 



TM20 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 12, 1988 



SN 6«0.%9. UNDERGROUND CAMERA. INC.. FOXBORO. 
MA. FILED 8-27-1987. 



SN 687,076. JERRY BRAGER. INC., 
MEDICAL COMMUNICATIONS. 
FILED 9- 30- 1987 



DBA STRATEGIC 
CRAWFORD, NJ. 



UNDERGROUND CAMERA 
ONE HOUR PHOTO 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1.254.953, 1,465,084 AND 
OTHERS. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CAMERA" AND "ONE HOUR PHOTO". APART 
FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 



CLASS 35— ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS 

FOR BUSINESS MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE, BUSI- 
NESS MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION CONSULT- 
ING. PREPARING ADVERTISING FOR OTHERS, MAR- 
KETING STUDIES. BUSINESS RESEARCH, BUSINESS 
ADVISORY SERVICES (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 11-2-1986: IN COMMERCE 11-2-1986. 




CLASS 36— INSURANCE AND FINANOAL 

FOR FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND FINANCING 
SERVICES, REAL ESTATE LEASING SERVICES (U.S. 
CLS. 101 AND 102). 

FIRST USE 11-2-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-2-1986. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR INDUSTRIAL AND INTERIOR DESIGN SERV- 
ICES, PACKAGING DESIGN SERVICES, DESIGN OF 
RETAIL STORES (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 103). 

FIRST USE 11-2-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-2-1986. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,353,336. 



CLASS 35— ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS 

FOR PROVIDING BUSINESS CONSULTING SERVCIES 
TO THE HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY WITH SPECIAL EM- 
PHASIS ON ADVERTISING, PROMOTION AND MAR- 
KETING (US. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 8-6-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-6-1987. 



CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES - NAMELY, CON- 
DUCTING COURSES AND SEMINARS IN THE FIELD OF 
CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION (US. CL 107). 

FIRST USE 8-6-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-6-1987. 



SN 682,611. SUPERIOR SERVICES, INC.. CANONSBURG, 
PA. FILED 9-4-1987. 



SERVICE SAVER SYSTEM 



SN 687.604. BARNETT BRASS & COPPER. INC., JACKSON- 
VILLE, FL. FILED 10-2-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SYSTEM", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 



HANDI SHOP 



CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR DISCOUNT COUPON BOOKS FOR CUSTOMERS 
OF AUTOMOBILE DEALERSHIPS (U.S. CL. 38). 
RRST USE 12-3-1974; IN COMMERCE 1-7-1985. 



CLASS 35— ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS 

FOR PROMOTING THE GOODS AND SERVICES OF 
OTHEERS THROUGH WRITING LETTERS FOR AUTO- 
MOBILE DEALERS TO REMIND CUSTOMERS OF PRE- 
VENTATIVE MAINTENANCE DUE AND TO REMIND 
DEALERS FOR FOLLOW UP SALES EFFORTS (U.S. CL. 



101). 



HRST USE 10-16-1984; IN COMMERCE 11-14-1984. 



OWNER OF US. REG. NOS. 1,158,799 AND 1,199,340. 



CLASS 6-METAL GOODS 

FOR METAL FITTINGS AND COUPLERS FOR PIPES, 
METAL SCREWS, NUTS AND BOLTS, METAL PIPES 
AND RISERS, METAL SWITCH AND RECEPTACLE 
BOXES; METAL PICTURE HANGER KITS NAMELY, 
NAILS, WIRE AND HANGERS; METAL WALL AN- 
CHORS; COPPER TUBING AND COUPLERS; PERFORAT- 
ED IRON HANGER STRIP, MANUALLY-OPERATED 
METAL VALVES FOR RANGES AND HOT WATER 
HEATERS, AND METAL SINK STOPPERS AND STRAIN- 
ERS (U.S. CLS. 2. 13 AND 14). 

FIRST USE 1-3-1980; IN COMMERCE 1-3-1980. 



APRIL 12, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM21 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTinC 
APPARATUS 

FOR ELECTRICAL SWITCHES; ELECTRICAL MALE 
AND FEMALE CONNECTORS; ELECTRICAL RECEPTA- 
CLES; nJSES; ELECTRICAL WIRE AND EXTENSION 
CORDS; THERMOCOUPLES FOR HEATERS AND 
RANGES; THERMOSTATS; AUTOMATIC WATER 
LEVEL CONTROL VALVES AND ELECTRICALLY OP- 
ERATED WATER CONTROL VALVES (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 
26). 

FIRST USE 1-3-1980; IN COMMERCE 1-3-1980. 



CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR WATER FAUCETS; SPRAY AND SHOWER 
HEADS; AERATOR ADAPTOR; TOILET DRAIN SEALS; 
TOILET SEATS; ELECTRIC LIGHT BULBS; ELECTRIC 
RANGE REPLACEMENT ELEMENTS; WATER HEATER 
REPLACEMENT ELEMENTS AND GASKET KITS 
THEREFOR, THERMOCOUPLE FOR GAS HEATERS, 
ELECTRIC LIGHT BULB SOCKETS (U.S. CLS. 13, 21, 34 
AND 35). 

FIRST USE 1-3-1980; IN COMMERCE 1-3-1980. 



SN 688,045. SING OIL COMPANY. THOMASVILLE, GA. 
FILED 10-5-1987. 



MoreThan 
Convenient 

OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 695,924 AND 695,925. 

CLASS 37— CONSTRUCnON AND REPAIR 

FOR SERVICE STATION SERVICES (U.S. CL. 103). 
FIRST USE 2-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1987. 



CLASS 17— RUBBER GOODS 

FOR JOINT COMPOUND FOR METAL PIPE; TUB AND 
TILE SEALANT; PLUMBERS PUTTY; WASHING MA- 
CHINE HOSE; PLASTIC PIPES AND RISERS; FOAM PIPE 
INSULATION; HOT WATER TANK INSULATION; 
RUBBER WASHERS AND STOPPERS; DUCT TAPE; 
WATER FAUCET AND VALVE REPAIR KITS COM- 
PRISED PRIMARILY OF RUBBER REPLACEMEI>4T 
SEALS AND KIT FOR CONNECTING ICE MAKER TO A 
WATER SUPPLY COMPRISED PRIMARILY OF A NON- 
METAL HOSE (U.S. CLS. 5, 12 AND 35). 

FIRST USE 1-3-1980; IN COMMERCE 1-3-1980. 



SN 687,923. ASSOCIATION OF TELEMESSAGING SERV- 
ICES INTERNATIONAL, INC., ALEXANDRIA, VA. 
FILED 10-5-1987. 




ATS I 



THE LINING IS A FEATURE OF THE MARK AND 
DOES NOT INDICATE COLOR. 

THE MARK CONSISTS OF THE LETTERS "ATSI" AND 
DESIGN. THE DESIGN FEATURE IS NOT THE LETTER 
"M". 



CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR PRINTED PUBLICATIONS. NAMELY, NEWSLET- 
TERS, MAGAZINES AND PRINTED EDUCATIONAL 
MATERIALS RELATED TO THE TELEMESSAGING IN- 
DUSTRY (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 3-31-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-31-1987. 



CLASS 41— EDUCATION AND 
ENTERTAINMENT 

FOR CONDUCTING TRAINING CONFERENCES AND 
SEMINARS IN THE FIELD OF TELEMESSAGING (U.S. 
CL. 107). 

FIRST USE 3-31-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-31-1987. 



CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR CONVENIENCE STORE, GROCERY STORE AND 
DELI SERVICES (U.S. CLS. 100 AND 101). 
FIRST USE l-a-1986; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1986. 



SN 688,075. THOSE CHARACTERS FROM CLEVELAND, 
INC., CLEVELAND. OH. FILED 10-5-1987. 




OWNER OF US REG. NO. 1,431,073 AND OTHERS. 
NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "BEARS". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

CLASS 16— PAPER GOODS AND PRINTED 
MATTER 

FOR GREETING CARDS (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 9-17-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-17-1987. 

CI.ASS 21— HOUSEWARES AND GLASS 

FOR KITCHEN CANISTERS (U.S. CL. 2). 
FIRST USE 9-17-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-17-1987. 



CLASS 24— FABRICS 

FOR TOWELS (U.S. CL. 42). 

FIRST USE 9-17-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-17-1987. 



TM22 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 12, 1988 



CLASS 25— CLOTHING 

FOR T-SHIRTS (U.S. CL. 39). 

FIRST USE 9-17-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-17-1987. 

CLASS 28— TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS 

FOR STUFFED TOY FIGURES (U.S. CL 22), 
FIRST USE 9-17-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-17-1987. 



CLASS 10— MEDICAL APPARATUS 

FOR CONEXJMS AND SURGICAL GLOVES, MEDICAL 
APPARATUS (U.S. CL. 44). 
FIRST USE 10-19-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-19-1987. 



SN 693,326. WEST WIND PRODUCTS, INC , DBA CON- 
CORD WEST WIND PRODUCTS, DBA CONCORD/ 
WEST WIND FANS AND DBA CONCORD WESTWIND 
INTERNATIONAL, PHOENIX, AZ FILED 11-2-1987 



SN 692,898. 
11-2-1987. 



CATCHIT, INC., TUSTIN. CA. FILED 




CATCHiT 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 
OTHERS. 



1,248,436, 1,424,016 AND 



SETTING THE STANDARDS 

IN QUALITY, STYLE AND 

VALUE 



CLASS 11— ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
APPARATUS 

FOR ELECTRIC CEILING FANS, ELECTRIC LIGHT 
FIXTURES, AND CHANDELIERS (US. CL. 21). 
FIRST USE 4-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1986. 

CLASS 35— ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS 

FOR IMPORT-EXPORT AGENCY SERVICES IN THE 
FIELD OF ELECTRIC CEILING FANS, LIGHTS AND 
CHANDELIERS (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 4-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1986 

CLASS 42— MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

FOR DISTRIBUTORSHIP SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF 
ELECTRIC CEILING FANS, LIGHTS, AND CHANDE- 
LIERS (U.S. CL. 101). 

FIRST USE 4-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1986. 



CLASS 18— LEATHER GOODS 

FOR TOTE BAGS (U.S. CL. 3). 

FIRST USE 8-24-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-24-1987. 



SN 693,879. MAXCARE, INC., 
FILED 11-6-1987 



WEST DES MOINES, lA, 



CLASS 24— FABRICS 

FOR TOWELS (U.S. CL. 42). 

FIRST USE 8-24-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-24-1987. 



CLASS 25— CLOTHING 

FOR MENS, BOYS AND JUVENILES CLOTHING. 
NAMELY WALKING SHORTS, SWIMMING TRUNKS, 
SHIRTS, SWEATERS. PANTS AND JACKETS (U.S. CL. 
39). 

FIRST USE 8-24-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-24-1987. 




SN 693.294. MAXCARE, INC., 
FILED 11-2-1987. 



WEST DES MOINES. lA. 



SMARTGUARD 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SOENTinC 
APPARATUS 

FOR ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTIFIC APPARATUS 
(U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26). 
FIRST USE 10-27-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-27-1987. 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTinC 
APPARATUS 

FOR COIN-OPERATED CONDOM VENDING MA- 
CHINES (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 23). 
FIRST USE 10-27-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-27-1987. 



CLASS 10— MEDICAL APPARATUS 

FOR CONDOMS AND SURGICAL GLOVES (U.S. CL. 
44). 
FIRST USE 10-19-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-19-1987. 



SECTION 2.— INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION 

The short titles associated below with the international class numbers are terms designed merely for quick identiHcation and 
are not an official part of the international classification. The full names of international classes are given in section 6.1 of the 
trademark rules of practice. 

The designation "U.S. CI." appearing in this section refers to the U.S. class in effect prior to Sep. 1, 1973 rather than the 
international class which applies to applications filed on or after that date. For adoption of intemationai classification see notice 
in the OFFICIAL GAZETTE of Jun. 26. 1973 (911 O.G. TM 210). 



Application in one class 



CLASS 1— CHEMICALS 



CLASS 1— (Continued). 



SN 637.955. SEED DYNAMICS INCORPORATED. SALI- 
NAS. CA. FILED 12-31-1986. 



SN 653.931. MONTEDIPE S.P.A., 
4-8-1987. 



MILAN. ITALY, FILED 



PRE-PREP 



OWNER OF US. REG NO 1.449,119. 

FOR CHEMICAL TREATMENT FOR AGRICULTURAL 
SEEDS (U.S. CL. 6). 
FIRST USE 11-25-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-25-1986. 



ULTRASTYR 



OWNER OF ITALY REG. NO. 337329, DATED 9-18-1984, 
EXPIRES 6-6-2004. 

FOR POLYSTYRENE COPOLYMERS FOR USE IN THE 
MANUFACTURE OF PACKING FOR SUCH GOODS AS 
AUTOMOBILES AND TRANSPORTS IN GENERAL, 
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES, RADIOS, TELEVISION 
SETS, AUDIO VISUAL SETS, OFFICE MACHINES, FUR- 
NITURE, SPORTS AND LEISURE TIME ARTICLES, 
HOUSEHOLD OR KITCHEN UTENSILS AND CONTAIN- 
ERS (U.S. CL. 6). 



SN 654,868 COSMOS CHEMICAL, INC., DANIA, FL. 
FILED 4-13-1987. 



SN 651,380 NEW ZEALAND MILK PRODUCTS, INC., PE- 
TALUMA. CA. FILED 3-25-1987. 



WC-11 




FOR RADIATOR RUST INHIBITING, RUST DISSOLV- 
ING TREATMENT COMPOSITION FOR AUTOMOBILES 
(U.S. CL. 6). 

FIRST USE 9-18-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-30-1986. 



SN 656.297. ALLIED COLLOIDS LIMITED. BRADFORD. 
WEST YORKSHIRE. ENGLAND, FILED 4-20-1987. 



SALSORB 



FOR MILK PROTEINS USED IN THE MANUFACTUR- 
ING AND PROCESSING OF OTHER FOOD PRODUCTS 
(U.S. CL. 6). 

FIRST USE 2-19-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-19-1987. 



208-921 TMOG-88-3 - QL 3 



OWNER OF UNITED KINGDOM REG. NO. B 1 24047 1. 
DATED 4-24-1985, EXPIRES 4-24-1992. 

FOR CHEMICAL PRODUCTS FOR USE IN INDUSTRY 
AND MANUFACTURING, NAMELY, ABSORBENT POLY- 
MERS FOR USE IN ABSORPTION AND RETENTION OF 
AQUEOUS FLUIDS (U.S. CL. 6). 

FIRST USE 4-0-1985: IN COMMERCE 4-0-1985. 



TM23 



TM24 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 12, 1988 



CLASS 1— (Continued). 



CLASS 1— (Continued). 



SN 65«.580. SHIN-ETSU CHEMICAL CO., LTD., TOKYO, 
JAPAN. FILED 4-21-1987 



SN 688,728. LESLIE'S POOL MART, INC., CHATSWORTH, 
CA. FILED 10-9-1987. 



METOLOSE 



POWER POWDER 



OWNER OF JAPAN REG. NO. 660375, DATED 12-2-1964, 
EXPIRES 12-2-1994 

FOR HYDROXYPROPYL METHYLCELLULOSE FOR 
USE IN TEXTILE PAPER, LEATHER, INK, TOBACCO, 
CERAMIC, PHARMACEUTICAL, FOOD. COSMETIC. 
PAINT, BUILDING MATERIALS AND CEMENT APPLI- 
CATIONS (US. CL. 6). 

nRST USE 4-0-1965; IN COMMERCE 4-0-1975. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE -POWDER", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR SHOCK TREATMENT CHEMICALS FOR UE IN 
SWIMMING POOLS (U.S. CL. 6). 

FIRST USE 7-0-1964; IN COMMERCE 7-0-1964. 



SN 689,187. E. MERCK. DARMSTADT, FED REP GERMA- 
NY, FILED 10-13-1987. 



SN 657.231. FUJI PHOTO FILM CO., 
JAPAN. FILED 4-24-1987. 



LTD., KANAGAWA, 



GRANDEX 



FOR PHOTOGRAPHIC FILM (U.S. CL. 26). 
RRST USE 8-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-0-1986. 



MONOSPHER 



OWNER OF FED REP GERMANY REG. NO 1103005, 
DATED 3-2-1987, EXPIRES 1-29-1996. 

FOR CHEMICAL PRODUCTS FOR SCIENTIFIC PUR- 
POSES, NAMELY. SORBENTS USED IN CHROMATOG- 
RAPHY (U.S. CL. 6). 



SN 689,348. SOILIZER CORPORATION, NEW HAVEN, CT. 
FILED 10-13-1987. 



SN 658.920. J. M. HUBER CORPORATION, BORGER, TX. 
FILED 5-4-1987. 



SOILIZER 



ZEROGEN 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,474,536. 

FOR FERTILIZER (U.S. CL. 10). 

FIRST USE 9-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-9-1987. 



FOR MINERAL FLAME RETARDANT FOR THERMO- 
PLASTICS AND ELASTOMERS (U.S. CL. 6). 
FIRST USE 6-25-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-25-1986. 



SN 692.549. OLIN CORPORATION. 
RLED 10-29-1987. 



STAMFORD. CT. 



SN 659,104. INOTEC LABORATORIES LTD., DEESIDE 
CLWYD, UNITED KINGDOM, FILED 5-5-1987. 



GRIP 



PREPFOS 



FOR SODIUM TRIPOLYPHOSPHATE SOLD AS A 
FOOD ADDITIVE (U.S. CL. 6). 
FIRST USE 9-2-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-2-1987. 



FOR SOIL INOCULANT (U.S. CL. 10). 

FIRST USE 4-7-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-7-1987. 



SN 694,715. GENERAL SYNTHETICS, INC., 
FILED 11-6-1987. 



POWAY, CA. 



SN 679.709. LESPERANCE ENTERPRISES, INC., DE PERE. 
WI. HLED 8-3-1987. 



Gonoral Synthotict 

BOOKGUARD 



LENZYME 



FOR ENZYME COMBINATION TO ACTIVATE BACTE- 
RL\ LEVELS AND LIQUIFY WASTES IN GREASE 
TRAPS, SEPTIC TANKS, AND THE LIKE (U.S. CL. 6). 

FIRST USE 5-8-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-8-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SYNTHETICS", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR WATER REPELLENT FOR PAPER PRODUCTS, 
INCLUDING BOOKS (U.S. CL. 6). 

FIRST USE 9-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-0-1987. 



APRIL 12, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM25 



CLASS 1— (Continued). 



CLASS 1— (Continued). 



SN 694,912. JOHNSON, MARY C, DBA INDUSTRIAL SPE- 
CIALTIES COMPANY, ESSINGTON, PA. FILED 
11-12-1987. 



SN 697,766. BAYER AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT, LEVERKU- 
SEN-BAYERWERK, FED REP GERMANY, HLED 
11-27-1987. 



PUDDLE PAD 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "PAD", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR GENERAL SPILL ABSORBEI^ FOR INDUSTRIAL 
USE (U.S. CL. 15). 

FIRST USE 1-29-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-2-1987. 



BAYHYDROL 



OWNER OF FED REP GERMANY REG. NO. 1106351, 
DATED 5-18-1987. EXPIRES 2-12-1996. 

FOR CHEMICAL PRODUCTS FOR INDUSTRIAL PUR- 
POSES, NAMELY WATER-RAREFIABLE BINDING 
AGENTS FOR LACQUERS (U.S. CL. 6). 



SN 694,913. JOHNSON, MARY C, DBA INDUSTRIAL SPE- 
CIALTIES COMPANY. ESSINGTON, PA. FILED 
11-12-1987. 



LAB LAPPER 



SN 698,554. USE. DIAMOND. INC., YORK, PA. FILED 
12-2-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "LAB", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN 

FOR GENERAL SPILL ABSORBENT FOR LABORATO- 
RY USE (U.S. CL. 15). 

FIRST USE 3-27-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-13-1987. 



LIQUID ROC 



FOR CONCRETE ANCHORING ADHESIVE (U.S. CL. 5). 
FIRST USE 8-12-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-9-1987. 



SN 695,062. HORSELL GRAPHIC INDUSTRIES LIMITED. 
MORLEY, LEEDS. ENGLAND, FILED 11-13-1987. 



GEMINI 



CLASS 2— PAINTS 



OWNER OF UNITED KINGDOM REG. NO. 1144479. 
DATED 11-25-1980, EXPIRES 11-25-2001. 

OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,389,691 AND OTHERS. 

FOR PRESENSITIZED OFFSET LITHOGRAPHIC 
PRINTING PLATES (US CLS 6 AND 23). 



SN 695,811. NALCO CHEMICAL COMPANY, NAPER- 
VILLE, IL. FILED 11-16-1987. 



POSITEK 



SN 652,043. MANDEL, SIDNEY, DBA UNITED PAINT 
AND VARNISH COMPANY, LINDEN, NJ. FILED 
3-30-1987. 



STEEL-PRO 



FOR METAL SURFACE PRIMERS FOR PAINTS (U.S. 
CL. 16). 

FIRST USE 1-20-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-20-1987. 



FOR PAPER MAKING ADDITIVE (U.S. CL. 6). 
RRST USE 7-28-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-28-1987. 



SN 696,400. GEORGIA-PACIFIC RESINS, INC., 
GA. FILED 11-19-1987. 



ATLANTA, 



SN 673.953. ICI LACKE FARBEN GMBH, HILDEN. FED 
REP GERMANY, FILED 7-23-1987. 



RESI-BOND 



Wiederhold C-MIX-COMP 



FOR RESIN USED AS A DRAINAGE AND RETENTION 
AID IN THE MANUFACTURE OF PAPER AND PAPER- 
BOARD (U.S. CL. 6). 

FIRST USE 4-13-1983; IN COMMERCE 4-13-1983. 



OWNER OF FED REP GERMANY REG. NO. 1090319, 
DATED 4-15-1986, EXPIRES 3-25-1996. 
FOR PRINTING INKS (U.S. CL. 11). 



TM26 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 12, 1988 



CLASS 2— (Continued). 



CLASS 3 — (Continued). 



SN 674,(03. FAWNBUCK, INC.. HUNTINGTON, IN. FILED SN 618.(M5. ECX)LAB INC., ST. PAUL, MN. BY CHANGE 
7-27-1987. OF NAME FROM ECONOMICS LABORATORY, INC., 

ST. PAUL, MN. FILED 9-2-1986. 



.a^ 




FOR WATERPROOFING COMPOSITION FOR ROOFS, 
SWIMMING POOLS. PATIOS AND THE LIKE (U.S. CL. 
16). 

FIRST USE 9-22-1978; IN COMMERCE 9-22-1978. 



MAXI-CLEAN 



FOR SOLID CLEANER FOR GENERAL PURPOSES 
AND FLOORS (U.S. CL. 52). 
FIRST USE 5-5-1984; IN COMMERCE 5-5-1984. 



SN 629,197. TANNING RESEARCH LABORATORIES, INC., 
ORMOND BEACH, FL. FILED 11-7-1986. 



CERTAINLY NATURAL 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "NATURAL", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR SKIN MOISTURIZING LOTION (U.S. CL. JI). 

FIRST USE 9-2-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-2-1986. 



SN 693,900. ENSIGN-BICKFORD INDUSTRIES, INC.. SIMS- 
BURY, CT. FILED 11-6-1987. 



SN 631,045. ORSO, SRL, MILAN, ITALY, FILED 11-18-1986. 



CUPRINOL 



ROMEO GIGLI 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 306,677, 1,335,516 AND 
OTHERS 

FOR CLEAR WOOD SEAL (U.S. CL. 6). 
FIRST USE 9-5-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-5-1986. 



SN 694,816. CLOROX COMPANY, THE, OAKLAND, CA 
FILED 11-10-1987. 



SCUFF GUARD 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SCUFF-, APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR DECK STAIN (U.S. CL. 16). 
nRST USE 1-26-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-26-1987. 



OWNER OF ITALY REG. NO. 336974, DATED 7-2-1984, 
EXPIRES 2-10-1994. 

OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,422,853. 

THE NAME "ROMEO GIGLI" IS THE NAME OF A 
LIVING INDIVIDUAL WHOSE CONSENT IS OF 
RECORD. 

FOR COSMETICS, NAMELY, NIGHT AND DAY 
CREAM, CLEANING PREPARATIONS FOR FACE AND 
BODY, BATH FOAM, SHAVE FOAM, AFTERSHAVE, 
FOUNDATION MAKEUP, NAIL POLISH. DEOEXJRANT 
FOR MEN AND WOMEN, PERFUMED. NATURAL AND 
HYPOALLERGENIC TOILET, HAND AND BABY SOAP. 
HAIR SHAMPOO AND RINSE. HAIR SPRAY. TOOTH- 
PASTE, FRAGRANCES, NAMELY PERFUME, TOILET 
WATER, AND ESSENCES FOR MEN AND WOMEN (U.S. 
CLS. 51 AND 52). 



CLASS 3— COSMETICS AND CLEANING 
PREPARATIONS 



SN 637.272. MEJ CO., 
12-29-1986. 



INC., FORT LEE, NJ. FILED 



SN 579,568. HELENE CURTIS INC., CHICAGO, IL FILED 

1-27-1986. 



CHERISH 



DermaShave 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 745,227, 899,382 AND 945,376. 

FOR FACIAL MOISTURIZER, FACIAL ASTRINGENT, 
FACIAL CLEANSER. HAND AND BODY LOTION AND 
ANTI-PERSPIRANT/DEODORANT (U.S. CLS. 51 AND 52). 

FIRST USE 12-26-1984; IN COMMERCE 12-26-1984 



FOR SHAVING. PRE-SHAVE, AND AFTERSHAVE 
PREPARATIONS, SUCH AS LOTIONS, GELS, CREAMS, 
FOAMS, CLEANSERS, TONERS AND MOISTURIZERS 
(U.S. CL. 51). 

FIRST USE 9-19-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-19-1986. 



APRIL 12, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM 27 



CLASS 3— (Continued). 



CLASS 3— (Continued). 



SN 651.464. JEANINE ST. JOHN. INC., SCOTTSDALE, AZ. SN 658,992. FRITSCH. JURGEN. DBA DEFILEX-CHEMIE, 
FILED 3-26-1987. RODGAU. FED REP GERMANY. FILED 5-4-1987. 



^r-t^" 



DEFILEX 



FOR SOLUTION FOR WASHING VEHICLES (U.S. CL. 



52). 



FIRST USE 3-26-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-26-1987, 



THE MARK CONSISTS OF "JEANINE ST JOHN" IN 
STYLIZED FORM 

FOR COSMETICS, SKIN PRODUCTS, NAMELY SKIN 
MOISTURIZERS, SKIN TONERS. FACIAL MASKS, REVI- 
TALIZERS. LIPSTICKS. EYE LINERS, LIP LINERS. EX- 
FOLIATING PREPARATIONS. BUFFING CREAMS AND 
FACIAL SCRUB (U.S. CL. 51). 

FIRST USE 8-5-1986; IN COMMERCE 3-20-1987. 



SN 661.778. LABORATOIRES DE BIOLOGIE MARINE 
DANIEL JOUVANCE S.A., CARNAC, FRANCE, FILED 

5-19-1987. 



VITALITE MARINE 



SN 652,225. STARTZ, JOHN, DBA THE MEN'S ROOM, LOS 
ANGELES, CA. FILED 3-30-1987. 



THE MEN'S ROOM 



FOR COSMETICS, NAMELY; HAIR LOTIONS. SOAPS, 
PERFUMES. SHAVING LOTIONS AND DENTIFRICES 
(U.S. CLS. 51 AND 52). 

FIRST USE 1-19-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-19-1987. 



SN 653,380. THOMPSON MEDICAL COMPANY, INC., NEW 
YORK, NY. FILED 4-6-1987. 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON FRANCE 
APPLICATION NO. 830446, FILED 12-24-1986, REG NO. 
1385912. DATED 4-24-1986, EXPIRES 4-24-1996. 

THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE WORDS "VI- 
TALITE MARINE" IN THE MARK IS "MARINE VITALI- 
TY". 

FOR COSMETICS, NAMELY, PERFUMES. TOILET 
WATERS. ESSENTIAL OILS FOR PERSONAL USE, 
CLEANSING MILKS. CREAMS. EMULSIONS. LOTIONS 
AND GELS FOR CLEANING AND FACE CARE AND- 
BODY CARE; BEAUTY MASKS, TINTED CREAMS. 
MAKEUP; SOAPS, BATH AND SHOWER PREPARA- 
TIONS, NAMELY, GELS, OILS; SALTS AND MILKS; 
BODY DEODORANTS; SHAMPOOS AND HAIR LOTIONS; 
DENTIFRICES (U.S. CLS. 51 AND 52) 



SN 667.575. ROSS. GUNILLA M.. 
FILED 6-22-1987. 



OVERLAND PARK. KS. 



ESSENCE OF GALILEE 



GUNILLA OF SWEDEN 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "ESSENCE". APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR SKIN LOTION; APPLICATION (U.S. CL. 51). 
FIRST USE 12-30-1986; IN COMMERCE 12-30-1986. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "OF SWEDEN". APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR FACIAL MASKS (U.S. CL. 51). 

FIRST USE 4-22-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-22-1987. 



SN 656.537. GRABER. NORMAN, DBA GRABER CON- 
CEPTS, NEW YORK, NY. FILED 4-21-1987. 



SN 673,170. HELENE CURTIS, INC., CHICAGO, IL. FILED 

7-20-1987. 



HIGH nVE 



FOR COSMETIC PRODUCTS, NAMELY, AFTER 
SHAVE LOTION, HAND SOAP. PERSONAL DEODOR- 
ANT. SHAVING CREAM, HAIR SHAMPOO, HAIR 
LOTION, AND BODY POWDER (U.S. CLS. 51 AND 52). 

FIRST USE 8-20-1982; IN COMMERCE 8-20-1982. 



SALON SPECIFICS 



OWNER OF US. REG. NO. 1,457,895 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SALON", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR HAIR SHAMPOO AND HAIR CONDITIONER (U.S. 
CLS. 51 AND 52). 

FIRST USE 4-18-1986; IN COMMERCE 4-18-1986. 



TM28 

CLASS 3--(Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CXASS 3— (Continued). 



APRIL 12, 1988 



SN 677.066. FRANCES DENNEY, INC., LYNCHBURG. VA. 
FILED 8-7-1987. 



SN 684.900. MARY KAY COSMETICS, INC.. DALLAS, TX. 

FILED 9-17-1987. 



COLOR 1 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1.273,105, 1,358,782 AND 
OTHERS. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "COLOR", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR COSMETICS AND SKIN CARE PRODUCTS. 
NAMELY EYE SHADOW. BLUSH. LIPSTICK, FOUNDA- 
TION. TRANSLUCENT POWDER. EYE AND LIP PEN- 
CILS. MOISTURIZING LOTIONS, CLEANSING LOTIONS 
AND SKIN CARE CREAMS (U.S. CL. 51). 

FIRST USE 9-24-1984; IN COMMERCE 9-24-1984. 



SUN ESSENTIALS 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SUN", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR SUNSCREEN PREPARATIONS (U.S. CL. 51). 
FIRST USE 8-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1987. 



SN 677,850. KML DISTRIBUTING, 
GROVE. IL. FILED 8-11-1987. 



INC., DOWNERS 




SN 685,236. CHARLES OF THE RITZ GROUP LTD., NEW 
YORK, NY. FILED 9-21-1987. 



BODY TALK 



FOR MUSK FRAGRANCES (U.S. CL. 51). 
FIRST USE 8-31-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-31-1987. 



FOR ARTIFICIAL FINGERNAILS AND GLUE AND 
OTHER MATERIALS USED TO AFFIX THEM AND 
SHAPE THEM, SOLD AS A COMPLETE KITS (U.S. CL. 
51). 

FIRST USE 8-21-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-21-1986. 



SN 686,797 NICE-PAK PRODUCTS, INC., ORANGEBURG, 
NY. FILED 9-28-1987. 



ACTION 



SN 684,675, MCGRAW, KING. HANEL. INC., DBA BABY'S 
BEST BABY PRODUCTS, LOS ANGELES. CA FILED 
9-17-1987. 



FOR INDIVIDUALLY PACKAGED MOIST TOWELS 
(U.S. CL. 52). 

FIRST USE 4-20-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-20-1987. 



BabU^Besf 




NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "BABYS", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR BABY SHAMPOO. BABY OIL (U.S. CLS. 51 AND 
52). 

FIRST USE 6-26-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-26-1987. 



SN 688,410. NORVELL, INC., ALEXANDRIA, TN. FILED 
10-7-1987. 




\OR\l:LL 



FOR SUNTANNING SKIN PREPARATIONS, NAMELY 
TANNING BASES, TAN AMPLIFIERS, ACCELERATORS 
AND MOISTURIZERS (U.S. CL 51). 

FIRST USE 1-8-1985; IN COMMERCE 1-8-1985. 



APRIL 12, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM29 



CLASS 3— (Continued). 



CLASS 3— (Continued). 



SN 694,940. COLGATE-PALMOLIVE COMPANY, NEW SN 698,152. MATRIX ESSENTIALS, INC., SOLON, OH. 
YORK, NY. FILED 11-12-1987. FILED 11-30-1987. 



PERIOGARD 



OWNER OF US REG. NO. 901,274. 

FOR TOOTHPASTE (U.S. CL. 51). 

FIRST USE 11-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-9-1987. 



MODERATION 



FOR HAIR COLORING PREPARATION (U.S. CL. 51). 
FIRST USE 10-16-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-16-1987. 



SN 699,478. HELEN CURTIS, INC., CHICAGO, IL. FILED 

12-7-1987. 



SN 695,166. REED-UNION CORPORATION, CHICAGO, IL. 
FILED 11-13-1987. 



GLASS-SATION 



NU COLOR 



FOR HAIR SHAMPOO AND HAIR CONDITIONER (U.S. 
CLS. 51 AND 52). 
FIRST USE 10-26-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-26-1987. 



FOR POLISH FOR AUTOMOBILES (U.S. CL. 4). 
FIRST USE 8-14-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-14-1987. 



CLASS 4— LUBRICANTS AND FUELS 



SN 695,254. FIRST BRANDS CORPORATION, DANBURY, 
CT. FILED 11-13-1987. 



SIMONIZ II 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 561,771. 873,325 AND 
OTHERS. 

FOR PREPARATIONS FOR CLEANING AND POLISH- 
ING AND WAXING AUTOMOTIVE AND OTHER SUR- 
FACES (U.S. CLS. 4 AND 52). 

FIRST USE 1-24-1985; IN COMMERCE 1-24-1985. 



SN 654,250. WILL & BAUMER, INC., LIVERPOOL. NY. 
FILED 4-10-1987. 



LIGHT IN THE SANCTUARY 



FOR LITURGICAL CANDLES (U.S. CL. 15). 
FIRST USE 1-16-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-16-1987. 



SN 690,496. MIDWEST POLYCHEM, LTD.. MELROSE 
PARK. IL. FILED 10-19-1987. 



.1 



SN 696.286. SPEARHEAD INDUSTRIES, IIJC, EDEN 
PRAIRIE, MN. FILED 11-19-1987. 



GLOW'N FACES 



CHAIN 




FOR COSTUME MAKE-UP (U.S. CL. 51). 
FIRST USE 8-0-1984; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1984. 



SN 697,455. LABORATOIRES DE BIOLOGIE MARINE 
DANIEL JOUVANCE S.A., CARNAC, FRANCE, FILED 
11-24-1987. 



OCEASOL 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON FRANCE 
APPLICATION NO. 860230, FILED 6-9-1987, REG. NO. 
1412652, DATED 6-9-1987, EXPIRES 6-9-1997. 

FOR SUN AND AFTER-SUN MILKS, CREAMS, OILS 
AND GELS (U.S. CL. 51). 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CHAIN", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR BAR, SPROCKET, AND CHAIN LUBRICANT FOR 
CHAIN SAWS (U.S. CL. 15). 

FIRST USE 9-17-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-9-1987. 



SN 690,910. EXXON CORPORATION, NEW YORK. NY. 
FILED 10-21-1987. 



BUSGARD 



FOR TRANSMISSION FLUID FOR USE IN BUSES AND 
OTHER LARGE VEHICLES (US CL. 15) 

FIRST USE 8-18-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-18-1987. 



TM 30 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 12, 1988 



CLASS 4 — (Continued). 



CLASS 5 — (Continued). 



SN 698,602. MARPAC INDUSTRIES, INC.. WALDWICK, 
NJ. FILED 12-2-1987. 



SN 639,083. ELDAN, INC., HAYWARD, CA. ASSIGNEE OF 
CRANTON, NANCY ELISE, TROUT VALE, VA. FILED 
1-12-1987. 



SHHH! 



FOR LUBRICANT FOR PAPER-SHREDDING MA- 
CHINES (U.S. CL. 15). 
FIRST USE 8-27-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-2-1987. 



CLASS 5— PHARMACEUTICALS 

SN 511,674. APPROVED PHARMACEUTICAL CORP., SYR- 
ACUSE, NY. FILED 12-3-1984. 



HEALTH YOURSELF 



FOR DIETARY FOOD SUPPLEMENTS, NAMELY, VI- 
TAMINS AND MINERALS (U.S. CL. 18). 
FIRST USE 6-0-1984; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1984. 



SN 658,120. BAYER AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT. BAYER- 
WERK, FED REP GERMANY, FILED 4-30-1987. 



HEALTH FOR LIFE 



BAYNORMAN 



FOR VITAMIN TABLETS AND CAPSULES, DIETARY 
FOOD SUPPLEMENTS, ANALGESIC BALMS, OINT- 
MENTS AND LOTIONS, COUGH SYRUP. ALLERGY AND 
COLD MEDICINES. ASPIRIN. EAR AND EYE DROPS, 
ANTISEPTIC PREPARATIONS FOR THE SKIN, ANTI- 
SEPTIC CREAMS FOR THE TREATMENT OF BURNS, 
WEIGHT CONTROL TABLETS AND CAPSULES, AND 
MEDICATIONS TO INDUCE OR INHIBIT SLEEP (U.S. 
CL. 18). 

FIRST USE 6-1-1981; IN COMMERCE 6-1-1981. 



OWNER OF FED REP GERMANY REG. NO. 1043783, 
DATED 1-24-1983, EXPIRES 12-11-1991. 

FOR PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS, NAMELY, 
ANTIDIABETIC, LIPID AND CHOLESTERIN REDUCING 
PREPARATIONS (US. CL. 18). 



SN 659.140. PHARMA-VINCI A/S. 
DENMARK, FILED 5-1-1987. 



FUEDERIKSVAERK, 



SN 611,692. FISONS PLC. 
LAND. FILED 7-28-1986. 



IPSWICH. SUFFOLK. ENG- 



VIVAG 



FISONS 



OWNER OF UNITED KINGDOM REG NO. 821427. 
DATED 6-1-1961. EXPIRES 6-1-1996 

OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 675.815 AND 1.037.706. 

FOR FULL RANGE OF PHARMACEUTICAL PREP- 
ARATIONS FOR HUMAN USE (U.S. CL. 18). 



OWNER OF DENMARK REG. NO. 1000/1987. DATED 
2-27-1987. EXPIRES 2-27-1997. 

FOR SOUR-MILK PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATION 
INDICATED FOR VAGINAL CATARRH (U.S. CL. 18). 



SN 628.022. ROTSAERT DENTAL LABORATORY LIMIT- 
ED, HAMILTON, ONTARIO, CANADA, FILED 
10-31-1986. 



SN 674,139 FOREVER LIVING PRODUCTS, INC, PHOE- 
NIX, AZ. FILED 7-24-1987. 



FOREVER ROYAL JELLY 



VIBRANT 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON CANADA 
APPLICATION NO. 561983, FILED 5-2-1986, REG. NO. 
330633. DATED 7-31-1987, EXPIRES 7-31-2002. 

FOR DENTAL VENEERS OF PORCELAIN (US CL. 44). 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,335,039 AND 1,343,048. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "ROYAL JELLY", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR DIETARY FOOD SUPPLEMENTS MADE FROM 
ROYAL JELLY FROM BEES (US CL. 18). 

FIRST USE 8-6-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-6-1986. 



APRIL 12, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 5— (Continued). CLASS 5— (Continued). 



TM31 



SN 674,157. SWEENEY, MICHAEL H., DBA SWEENEY EN- SN 686,571. COLCIDE, INC., SILVER SPRING, MD. HLED 
TERPRISES, INC., CHESTERFIELD, MO. FILED 9-28-1987. 

7-24-1987. 



COLCIDE 




FOR DISINFECTANT SOLUTIONS FOR ARTICLES 
AND SURFACES FOR USE IN HOSPITALS, MEDICAL 
OFFICES, DENTAL OFFICES, LABORATORIES. 
HEALTH CARE FACILITIES. AND THE LIKE (U.S. CL. 
6). 

FIRST USE 6-25-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-25-1987. 



FOR INCONTINENCE GARMENTS; NAMELY. NURS- 
ING PADS FOR MOTHERS (U.S. CL 44). SN 689.273. AMERICAN IMAGE MARKETING. INC., 
FIRST USE 12-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 12-15-1986. NAMPA, ID. FILED 10-13-1987. 



SN 676,233. PBI/GORDON CORPORATION, KANSAS 
CITY, MO. FILED 8-3-1987. 



ENCORE 



FOR HERBICIDES FOR IX)MESTIC USE (U.S. CL. 6). 
FIRST USE 1-16-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-16-1987. 




SN 681,777. RIKER LABORATORIES, INC., SAINT PAUL, 
MN. FILED 8-31-1987. 



NITRAN 



FOR SKIN PATCH FOR DELIVERING NITROGLYCER- 
IN TO A MEDICAL PATIENT (U.S. CL. 18). 
FIRST USE 6-12-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-12-1987. 



THE LINING IN THE MARK ON THE DRAWING IS A 
FEATURE THEREOF AND DOES NOT INDICATE 
COLOR. 

FOR DIETARY FOOD SUPPLEMENTS (U.S. CL. 18). 

FIRST USE 10-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-1-1987. 



SN 682,731. 
8-24-1987. 



BEECHAM INC., BRISTOL, TN. FILED 



SN 689,488. RICHARDSON-VICKS INC., WILTON, CT. 
FILED 10-13-1987. 



BEMAPAR 



SINEX 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 996,046, 1,441,006 AND 
OTHERS. 

FOR NON PROTEIN ORGANIC COMPOUND USEFUL 
IN MAINTAINING POTENCY OF ANIMAL VIRUSES 
(U.S. CL. 18). 

FIRST USE 8-7-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-7-1987. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 926,107. 

FOR PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS FOR THE 
TREATMENT OF THE RESPIRATORY TRACT AND SI- 
NUSES (U.S. CL. 18). 

FIRST USE 7-8-1959; IN COMMERCE 7-8-1987. 



TM32 

CLASS 5 — (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 5— (Continued). 



APRIL 12, 1988 



SN 691.527. E. R. SQUIBB & SONS, INC., PRINCETON, NJ. SN 695.849 S. C JOHNSON & SON, INC., RACINE. WI. 
FILED 10-23-1987 FILED 11-16-1987 



CHOLHIB 



FOR PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS FOR THE 
TREATMENT OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES AND 
DISORDERS (U.S. CL 18). 

FIRST USE 10-10-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-10-1987. 



VECTOR 



FOR INSECT REPELLENT (U.S. CL. 6). 

FIRST USE 10-9-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-9-1987. 



SN 691.848. LYNWOOD LABORATORIES, INC., NEED- 
HAM, MA. FILED 10-26-1987 



MITEY 



FOR INSECTICIDES FOR DOMESTIC AND COMMER- 
CIAL USE (U.S. CL. 6). 
RRST USE 9-30-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-30-1987. 



SN 693,824. BEIERSEXJRF AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT. 
HAMBURG, FED REP GERMANY, FILED 11-5-1987. 



LIGHTPLAST 



FOR ELASTIC ADHESIVE TAPE FOR BANDAGING 
AND SUPPORT TAPING (US. CL. 44). 
FIRST USE 10-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-1-1987. 



SN 695,352. MILLER CHEMICAL & FERTILIZER CORPO- 
RATION, HANOVER, PA. FILED 9-24-1987. 



SN 696,077 BRISTOL-MYERS COMPANY. NEW YORK. 
NY. FILED 11-17-1987. 



DISOLVE 



FOR ANALGESIC PREPARATION (U.S. CL. 18). 
FIRST USE 9-11-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-11-1987. 



SN 696.083 BRISTOL-MYERS COMPANY. NEW YORK, 
NY. FILED 11-17-1987. 



ACETAMIN PLUS 



FOR ANALGESIC PREPARATION (U.S. CL. 18). 
FIRST USE 9-11-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-11-1987. 



SN 696.630. PFIZER INC.. NEW YORK, NY. FILED 
11-20-1987. 



VISINE M 



NOCULATE 



FOR INSECTICIDES (U.S. CL. 6). 

FIRST USE 2-15-1966; IN COMMERCE 2-15-1966. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,121.279. 1,154,478 AND 
OTHERS. 

FOR THERAPEUTIC OPHTHALMIC PREPARATIONS 
(U.S. CL. 18). 

FIRST USE 10-7-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-7-1987. 



SN 695,620 LAFAYETTE PHARMACAL, INC., FORT 
WORTH, TX. FILED 11-16-1987. 



CAL CARB-HD 



SN 697,050 BRISTOL-MYERS COMPANY, INCORPORAT- 
ED. NEW YORK. NY. FILED 11-23-1987. 



NOCTRIMED 



FOR CALCIUM CARBONATE SUPPLEMENT (U.S. CL. 



18). 



FIRST USE 6-23-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-23-1987. 



FOR ANALGESIC/SLEEP AID (U.S. CL. 18). 
FIRST USE 9-11-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-11-1987. 



SN 695.688. KENDALL COMPANY, THE. BOSTON. MA. SN 697,532. SCHERER LABORATORIES. INC.. DALLAS, 
RLED 11-16-1987. TX. FILED 11-25-1987. 



DRIACIN 



DENTARINSE 



FOR VETERINARY PREPARATION FOR THE TREAT- FOR DENTAL PERSONNEL ANTISEPTIC HANDRINSE 

MENT OF MASTITIS (US. CL. 18). (U.S. CL. 18). 

FIRST USE 8-28-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-28-1987. FIRST USE 10-28-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-28-1987. 



APRIL 12, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 5— (Continued). CLASS 5— (Continued). 



TM33 



SN 697.792. SMITH & NEPHEW PHARMACEUTICALS. 
LIMITED. ROMFORD. ESSEX. ENGLAND, FILED 
11-27-1987. 



SN 698,115. NUTRITION PROFESSIONALS, INC., DBA 
NATIVE HERBS, SPRINGVILLE, UT. FILED 11-30-1987. 



ROSETS 



HYPERNEX 



OWNER OF UNITED KINGDOM REG. NO. 1199360, 
DATED 7-9-1983, EXPIRES 7-9-1990. 

FOR OPHTHALMIC PREPARATIONS IMPREGNATED 
INTO PAPER STRIPS FOR USE IN ANALYTICAL AND 
DIAGNOSTIC TESTS (US CL. 18). 



FOR VITAMINS AND NUTRITIONAL DIETARY SUP- 
PLEMENTS (U.S. CL 18). 
FIRST USE 8-28-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-28-1987. 



SN 698,119. NATURES WAY, INC., SPRINGVILLE. UT. 
FILED 11-30-1987. 



SN 697.800. ECOGEN. INC.. LANGHORNE, PA. FILED 
11-27-1987. 



GINKGOLD 



CONDOR 



FOR FORESTRY INSECTICIDE (U.S. CL. 6). 
FIRST USE 5-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-0-1987. 



FOR VITAMINS AND NUTRITIONAL DIETARY SUP- 
PLEMENTS (U.S. CL. 18). 
FIRST USE 10-29-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-29-1987. 



CXASS 6— METAL GOODS 



SN 697,883. LIFE FORCE TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.. SN 425,909. HIGHLANDS INTERNATIONAL LTD., WEST 



BASALT, CO. FILED 11-27-1987. 



YORKSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM, FILED 5-16-1983. 



ENERGY CYCLE 



FOR DIETARY AND NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS 
(U.S. CL. 18). 
FIRST USE 9-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-13-1987. 



SN 697,907. LIFE FORCE TECHNOLCXilES, LTD., 
BASALT, CO. FILED 11-27-1987. 




POWER MAKER 



FOR DIETARY AND NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS 
(U.S. CL. 18). 

FIRST USE 9-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-13-1987. 



OWNER OF UNITED KINGDOM REG. NO. 1192953, 
DATED 3-25-1983, EXPIRES 3-25-1990 

FOR BRASS OR COPPER BANKS AND COIN CON- 
TAINERS (U.S. CL. 2). 



SN 697,934. LIFE FORCE TECHNOLOGIES, LTD., 
BASALT, CO. FILED 11-27-1987 



SN 572,449. PROGRESSIVE FASTENING, INC., SEATTLE. 
WA. FILED 12-9-1985. 



SERENE 



PRO-LOC 



FOR DIETARY AND NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS 
(U.S. CL. 18). 
FIRST USE 9-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 11-13-1987. 



FOR METAL GOODS, NAMELY- SUPPORT BRACKETS 
FOR PIPE (U.S. CL. 13). 
FIRST USE 7-31-1985; IN COMMERCE 11-9-1985. 



TM 34 

CLASS 6— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 7— MACHINERY 



APRIL 12, 1988 



SN 657,526. ASC PACIFIC INC.. FEDERAL WAY, WA. 
nLED 4-27-1987. 



SN >40,516. BARMAC ASSOCIATES LIMITED, WELLING- 
TON. NEW ZEALAND, FILED 12-7-1981. 



WEATHER SEAM-24 



FOR STANDING SEAM METAL ROOFING (U.S. CL. 12). 
HRST USE 11-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-0-1986. 



SN 678,218. EMERSON ELECTRIC CO., ST. LOUIS. MO. 
FILED 8-13-1987. 



BARMAC ROTOPACTOR 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON NEW 
ZEALAND APPLICATION NO. 137718, FILED 6-26-1981, 
REG. NO. 137718, DATED 10-19-1983, EXPIRES 10-19-1990. 

FOR QUARRY AND MINING MACHINES, NAMELY 
IMPACT CRUSHERS AND PARTS THEREFOR (U.S. CL. 
23X 



LOUISVILLE 



FOR LADDERS; STEPSTANDS; SCAFFOLD PLANKS; 
SWING STAGE PLATFORMS, AND HAND RAIL SYS- 
TEMS, NAMELY GUARDRAILS, POSTS AND TOE- 
BOARDS, ALL MADE OF METAL (U.S. CLS. 12 AND 50). 

FIRST USE 3-0-1955; IN COMMERCE 3-0-1955. 



SN 590,736. NIAGARA LOCKPORT INDUSTRIES INC.. 
QUINCY, FL. FILED 3-31-1986. 



SN 679,401. COPPER & BRASS INTERNATIONAL CORP., 
HOUSTON, TX. FILED 8-19-1987. 




im 



Niagara Lockport 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 756,150 AND 1,293,907. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "NIAGARA LOCKPORT", APART FROM THE 
MARK AS SHOWN 

FOR PAPER-MAKING EQUIPMENT —NAMELY, FOUR- 
DRINIER WOVEN WIRE CLOTH, FOURDRINIER WIRE 
CLOTH, FOURDRINIER WIRES AND SYNTHETIC 
WIRES, MULTILAYERED FABRIC, MONOFILAMENT 
FABRIC, SPIRAL MONOFILAMENT DRYER FABRICS. 
WET PTLTS, CONTAMINATE RESISTANT SUBSTANCE 
FOR TREATING FABRIC USED IN PAPER-MAKING MA- 
CHINES, CERAMIC FOILS AND STATIONARY, DRAIN- 
AGE EQUIPMENT FOR ALL PAPER-MAKING MA- 
CHINES (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 6-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1982. 



THE MARK CONSISTS OF A FANCIFUL REPRESEN- 
TATION OF THE LETTERS "NC". 

FOR METAL PIPES AND TUBING, WIRE. METAL 
RODS AND STRIPS, METAL SHEETS, AND BLANK 
COINS (U.S. CL. 14). 

FIRST USE 2-0-1976; IN COMMERCE 3-0-1976. 



SN 623,205. ATLAS COPCO AKTIEBOLAG, DBA ATLAS 
COPCO. NACKA, SWEDEN, FILED 9-29-1986. 



SN 691,742. ALPINE OVERHEAD DOORS. INC., BROOK- 
LYN, NY. FILED 10-26-1987. 



XA 



VIBRA-SULATION 



FOR ROLLING STEEL DOORS (U.S. CL. 12). 
FIRST USE 3-20-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-20-1987. 



OWNER OF BENELUX CONV REG. NO. 332559. DATED 
5-9-1975, EXPIRES 5-9-1995. 

FOR TRAILER MOUNTED COMPRESSORS — 
NAMELY, TRAILER MOUNTED MOTOR-DRIVEN COM- 
PRESSORS AND PARTS THEREOF (U.S. CLS. 19 AND 23). 



APRIL 12. 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 7— (Continued). CLASS 7— (Continued). 



TM35 



SN 633.853. PATTERSON & CARNEY ENTERPRISES SN 658,064. PROGRESSIVE POWER TOOLS CORPORA- 
LTD.. MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO, CANADA, FILED TION, THREE RIVERS, MI. FILED 4-30-1987 

12-4-1986. 




(M^miM!^ 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON CANADA 
APPLICATION NO 563943, FILED 6-5-1986, REG. NO. 
326979, DATED 5-1-1987, EXPIRES 5-1-2002. 

FOR MACHINES FOR REPLACING BATTERIES IN 
ELECTRICALLY POWERED VEHICLES AND FQR SUP- 
PORTING BATTERIES WHILE STORED AND CHARGED 
(U.S. CLS. 21 AND 23). 



FOR POWER-OPERATED PORTABLE SAWS AND SAW 
BLADES ADAPTED FOR USE WITH THE SAME AND 
SAW BLADE SUPPORTS ADAPTED FOR USE WITH 
THE SAME (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 12-15-1986; IN COMMERCE 12-15-1986. 



SN 640,423. ITALPARTS ITR SPA., MODENA, ITALY. 
FILED 1-20-1987. 




SN 660,409. J.M. VOITH GMBH, HEIDENHEIM. FED REP 
GERMANY, FILED 5-12-1987. 



TENSIROD 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC 44(D) ON FED REP 
GERMANY APPLICATION NO. V 20123/7 WZ, FILED 
1-15-1987, REG. NO. 1109579, DATED 8-5-1987. EXPIRES 
1-15-1997. 

FOR ROLLS FOR PAPER PRODUCING MACHINES 
(U.S. CL. 23). 



SN 668.061. SUNBEAM CORPORATION. 
GROVE, IL. FILED 6-22-1987. 



DOWNERS 



FOR FULL LINE OF MECHANICAL REPLACEMENT 
PARTS FOR SCRAPERS, BULLDOZERS AND OTHER 
F iRTH MOVING EQUIPMENT, EXCLUDING TRAC- 
TORS (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 1-1-1980; IN COMMERCE 1-1-1980. 



SN 646.550. INTERROLL FORDERTECHNIK GMBH + CO 
KG, WERMELSKIRCHEN, FED REP GERMANY. 
FILED 2-26-1987. 



QUICK MIX 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "MIX", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR ELECTRIC FOOD MIXING MACHINES (U.S. CL. 
23). 

FIRST USE 9-11-1986; IN COMMERCE 9-11-1986. 



LOGIMOD 



SN 670,826. YEA-CHING INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD., 
CHUANG, TAIPEI, TAIWAN, FILED 7-8-19^. 



HSIN 



OWNER OF FED REP GERMANY REG. NO. 1099631, 
DATED 11-27-1986. EXPIRES 4-30-1996. 

FOR INTERLINKING DEVICES CONSISTING ESSEN- 
TIALLY OF ROLLER TRACKS, BELT CONVEYORS, 
BAND CONVEYORS. CHAIN CONVEYORS, MECHANI- 
CAL AND PNEUMATIC PILE-UP CONVEYORS, TURN- 
TABLES, LIFT OR ELEVATING TABLES, CONVEYOR 
SWITCHES OR DIVERTER STRUCTURES, SHIFTERS 
FOR TRANSPORT OF PALLETS, TRAYS, WORK PIECE 
CARRIERS, CONTAINERS BETWEEN MACHINES, AS- 
SEMBLY STATIONS AND ROBOTS (U.S. CL. 23). 



YCT 



FOR MACHINE TOOLS AND MACHINE TOOL PARTS, 
NAMELY UNIVERSAL FACING AND BORING TOOLS, 
BORING HEADS, PUNCH FORMERS, TOOL MAKERS 
VISE, RADIUS AND ANGLE DRESSER, PRECISION 
ANGLE PLATE (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 4-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 3-5-1987. 



TM36 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 12, 1988 



CLASS 7— (Continued). 



CLASS 7— (Continued). 



SN 673.285 INGERSOLL-RAND COMPANY, WOODCLIFF 
LAKE, NJ FILED 7-20-1987. 



SN 68S.440. NITTO KOHKI CO., 
RLED 9-21-:987. 



LTD., TOKYO, JAPAN, 



ARC 



FOR RECONDITIONED TOOLS AND MACHINES. 
NAMELY, CONCRETE BREAKERS; ROTARY DRILLS; 
EARTH, GRAVEL, ASPHALT AND LANDFILL COM- 
PACTORS; PAVEMENT MILLING MACHINES; GAS 
COMPRESSORS; AND COMPONENTS THEREIN (U.S. CL. 
23). 

FIRST USE 6-1-1979; IN COMMERCE 6-1-1979. 



SN 678.244. DORNED B.V., 
LANDS, FILED 8-13-1987. 



AMSTERDAM. NETHER- 



CODOR-LAMIPACKER BOY 



Free sander 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SANDER", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR POWER TOOLS, NAMELY, SANDERS (U.S. CL. 
23). 

FIRST USE 6-2-1970; IN COMMERCE 10-0-197O 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON BENELUX 
CONV APPLICATION NO. 693473, FILED 2-18-1987. REG. 
NO. 693473, DATED 2-18-1987, EXPIRES 2-18-1997. 

OWNER OF U.S. REG. NO. 1,390,515 AND OTHERS. 

FOR LAMINATING MACHINES (U.S. CL. 23). 



SN 691,444. SECO MASCHINENBAU GMBH & CO. KG, 
ROTTENBURG, FED REP GERMANY. FILED 
10-23-1987. 



SN 685.143. NITTO KOHKI CO., LTD., TOKYO, JAPAN, 
FILED 9-21-1987. 



saFift 



SECO-BESTWASHER 



OWNER OF FED REP GERMANY REG. NO. 1107606, 
DATED 6-24-1987, EXPIRES 5-12-1996. 
FOR CLOTHES WASHING MACHINES (U.S. CL. 24). 



FOR POWER TOOLS, NAMELY, PUNCHERS (U.S. CL. 



23). 



FIRST USE 9-28-1973; IN COMMERCE 10-0-1974. 



SN 692.568. KORODY-COLYER CORPORATION. 
MINGTON, CA. FILED 10-27-1987. 



WIL- 



SN 685.437. NITTO KOHKI CO., LTD., TOKYO, JAPAN, 
FILED 9-21-1987. 



TONANCO 



SUPERHfiHD 



FOR POWER TOOLS, NAMELY, FINISHING FILES 
(U.S. CL. 23). 
RRST USE 5-4-1961; IN COMMERCE 10-0-1972. 



FOR TRANSMISSIONS FOR MARINE DIESEL PRO- 
PULSION ENGINES, AND COMPLEX CASTINGS, 
NAMELY PISTONS AND CYLINDER HEADS FOR 
LARGE RAILROAD LOCOMOTIVE TYPE DIESEL EN- 
GINES (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 7-30-1982; IN COMMERCE 7-30-1982. 



APRIL 12, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CTASS 7— (Continued). CLASS 7— (Continued). 



TM37 



SN 693,390. TRAILSTAR MFG. CORP, ALLIANCE, OH. 
FILED 11-2-1987. 



SN 696,842. AMERICAN MACHINE & SCIENCE. INC.. 
DBA SNOW MANUFACTURING COMPANY, DES 
PAINES, IL. FILED 11-23-1987. 




FOR VIBRATION GENERATOR FOR A SEMITRAILER 
DUMP TRUCK (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 0-0-1977; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1977. 



SN 695,251. INERTIA DYNAMICS CORP., CHANDLER, 
AZ. FILED 11-13-1987. 



SNOW-MATIC 



FOR TAPPING MACHINES; DRILLING MACHINES; 
THREADING MACHINES; MASTER FIXTURES; DRILL- 
ING UNITS; TAPPING UNITS; ROBOTS; BALL GEARS; 
SPECIAL MACHINES FOR METAL CUTTING; SPECIAL 
MACHINES FOR AUTOMATIC ASSEMBLY AND DRILL- 
PRESS TAP HEADS (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 2-14-1965; IN COMMERCE 2-14-l%5. 



SN 698,234. VACUUM ENGINEERING CORPORATION. 
MILWAUKEE, WI. FILED 11-30-1987. 



INSULEATER 



FOR MACHINES TO SHRED AND VACUUM ASBES- 
TOS (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 10-2-1987; IN COMMERCE 10-2-1987. 



SN 698,387. CARDWELL MACHINE COMPANY. 
CHESTERFIELD, VA. FILED 12-1-1987. 



THE, 



VIBE-N-DRY 



idte 



power equipment 



FOR VIBRATING CONVEYOR WITH A DRYING DECK 
(U.S. CLS. 23 AND 34). 
FIRST USE 6-29-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-29-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "POWER EQUIPMENT", APART FROM THE MARK 
AS SHOWN 

FOR POWER DRIVEN IMPLEMENTS, NAMELY TRIM- 
MERS OF THE FLAILING LINE TYPE, EDGERS, AIR 
BLOWERS, CULTIVATORS, SNOW BLOWERS, MOWERS 
AND BRUSH CUTTERS (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 9-10-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-10-1987. 



SN 699,202 COLUMBIA DRY CLEANING MACHINE 
CORP.. WEST BABYLON. NY. FILED 12-7-1987. 



TURBO-JET 



FOR COMMERCIAL MACHINERY FOR DRY CLEAN- 
ING FABRICS AND ARTICLES MADE THEREFROM 
(U.S. CL. 24). 

FIRST USE 7-31-1986; IN COMMERCE 7-31-1986. 



SN 696,671. HJS ENTERPRISES, 
VALLEY, PA FILED 11-20-1987. 



INC., HUNTINGDON 



SN 699,203. COLUMBIA DRY CLEANING MACHINE 
CORP., WEST BABYLON, NY. FILED 12-7-1987. 



CHIP MATE 



TURBO-DRI 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CHIP", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR ELECTRIC GARDEN CHIPPER (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 11-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 11-0-1985. 



FOR COMMERCIAL MACHINERY FOR DRY CLEAN- 
ING FABRICS AND ARTICLES MADE THEREFROM 
(U.S. CL. 24). 

FIRST USE 7-31-1986; IN COMMERCE 7-31-1986 



TM38 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 12, 1988 



CLASS 7— (Continued). 



CLASS 8— (Continued). 



SN 699,204. COLUMBIA DRY CLEANING MACHINE SN 650,389. HARDWOOD PRODUCTS COMPANY, GUIL- 
CORP., WEST BABYLON, NY. FILED 12-7-1987. FORD, ME. FILED 3-20-1987 



COLUMBIA 



FOR COMMERCIAL MACHINERY FOR DRY CLEAN- 
ING FABRICS AND ARTICLES MADE THEREFROM 
(U.S. CL. 24). 

RRST USE 7-3I-I986; IN COMMERCE 7-31-1986. 



^^ncnd 



CLASS 8— HAND TOOLS 



FOR CUTLERY, NAMELY, WOODEN SPOONS (U.S. CL. 
23). 
FIRST USE 2-17-1954; IN COMMERCE 2-17-1954. 



SN 581,600. WILMAR CORPORATION, SEATTLE, WA. 
FILED 2-6-1986. 




SN 661,066. CLEAR SHIELD NATIONAL, INC., WHEEL- 
ING, IL. FILED 5-15-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "MECHANICS PRODUCTS", APART FROM THE 
MARK AS SHOWN. 

SEC. 2(F). 

FOR HAND TOOLS; NAMELY, WRENCHES, SCREW 
DRIVERS, CABLE LIFTERS, OIL FILTER WRENCHES, 
PLIERS, SAWS, CHISELS, HAMMERS, TUBING CUT- 
TERS, DIES, TAPS, GEAR PULLERS, SCRAPERS, BRAKE 
SPOONS, BRAKE BLEEDER WRENCHES, BATTERY 
RLLERS AND BATTERY TERMINAL LIFTERS (U.S. CL. 
23). 

FIRST USE 12-18-1980, IN COMMERCE 12-18-1980. 



'1 li 

n 



SN 613,475. COLD STEEL, INC.. VENTURA, CA. FILED 
8-7-1986. 



'u J' 



COLD STEEL 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "STEEL", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR SPORT KNIVES (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 11-0-198O, IN COMMERCE 4-0-1981. 



OWNER OF US. REG NO. 1,358,304. 

THE MARK COMPRISED THE CREST DESIGN SET 
FORTH IN THE UNBROKEN LINES ON THE DRAWING 
AND THAT THE REMAINING PORTION OF THE SPOON 
DEPICTED ON THE DRAWING IS FOR LOCATIONAL 
PURPOSES ONLY 

SEC. 2(F). 

FOR PLASTIC KNIVES, FORKS, AND SPOONS (U.S. 
CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 0-0-l%5; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1965. 



APRIL 12, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM39 



CLASS 8— (Continued). 



CLASS 8— (Continued), 



SN 663,549. PACIFIC GRINDING WHEEL COMPANY. SN 696,930. STANLEY WORKS, THE, NEW BRITAIN, CT 
INC.. MARYSVILLE, WA. FILED 5-29-1987. FILED 1 1-23-1987. 




WONDER BAR 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "BAR", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR PRY BARS (U.S. CL. 23). 
FIRST USE 8-0-1963; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1963. 



THE STIPPLING IN THE MARK ON THE DRAWINGIS 
FOR SHADING PURPOSES ONLY. 

FOR RESIN AND VITRIFIED BONDED GRINDING 
WHEELS AND VITRIFIED MOUNTED POINTS (U.S. CL. 
23). 

FIRST USE 4-0-1960; IN COMMERCE 1-0-1961. 



SN 699,738. O. AMES CO., PARKERSBURG, WV. HLED 
12-8-1987. 



SN 670,924. MORTON GLASS WORKS, INC., MORTON, IL. 
FILED 7-9-1987. 



GR^MASTER 




MORTON GLASS WORKS 



FOR LAWN AND GARDEN TOOLS —NAMELY, SHOV- 
ELS, SPADES, RAKES, HOES, CULTIVATORS, SPADE 
FORKS, AND POST HOLE DIGGERS (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 8-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1987. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,194,349 AND 1,197,282. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "GLASS WORKS", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR GLASS WORKING HAND TOOLS AND HAND 
TOOLS ADAPTED TO MAKE OBJECTS OF STAINED 
GLASS, NAMELY, HAND TOOLS FOR BREAKING 
GLASS, JIG SETUPS FOR REPEATING IDENTICAL 
GLASS BREAKS, GUIDE BARS TO ASSIST IN MAKING 
SCORES ON PIECES OF GLASS, FIXTURES TO HOLD 
PIECES OF GLASS, GLASS WORKING SURFACES 
ADAPTED TO RETAIN SAID FIXTURES, GUIDE BARS 
AND JIG SETUPS IN STATIONARY POSITIONS, AND 
HAND TOOLS FOR ASSEMBLING PIECES OF GLASS TO 
BE SOLDERED (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 10-8-1980; IN COMMERCE 10-8-1980 



CLASS 9— ELECTRICAL AND SCIENTinC 
APPARATUS 



SN 573,175. DATADAY. INC., JACKSONVILLE, FL. FILED 
12-12-1985. 



FXOSS 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR DENTAL PRAC- 
TICE MANAGEMENT (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 8-0-1983; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1983. 



SN 687.239, MILWAUKEE ELECTRIC TOOL CORPORA- 
TION, BROOKFIELD. Wl. FILED 10-1-1987. 



SN 581,023. PHH GROUP, INC., HUJ^ VALLEY, MD. AS- 
SIGNEE OF PETERSON, HOWELL & HEATHER, INC., 
HUNT VALLEY, MD. FILED 2-3-1986. 



SUPER-TOUGH 



PHH FLEETLINE 



SEC. 2(F). 

FOR SAW BLADES FOR USE IN POWER SAWS OF 
VARIOUS TYPES (U.S. CL. 23). 

FIRST USE 3-0-1982; IN COMMERCE 3-0-1982. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 883,509 AND 1,307,387. 
FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR USE IN THE MAN- 
AGEMENT OF VEHICLE FLEETS (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 1-21-1985; IN COMMERCE 2-28-1985. 



208-921 TMOG-88-4 - QL 3 



TM40 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 12, 1988 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



SN 583.027. SPEAKEASY COMPUTING CORPORATION. 
CHICAGO, IL. FILED 2-18-1986. 



SN 619.314. CONTROL PROCESS. INC.. DAVENPORT, lA. 
FILED 9-1 1-1986 



GRAPHEASY 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,295,029 AND 1,301,298. 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS PRE-RECORDED ON 
MAGNETIC MEDIA USED TO PRODUCE GRAPHICAL 
OUTPUTS (U.S. CL. 38). 

nRST USE. 1-10-1986; IN COMMERCE 1-10-1986. 



SN 588,934. JEM RECORDS, INC., SOUTH PLAINFIELD, 
NJ. RLED 3-19-1986. 



JEM 



FOR PHONOGRAPH RECORDS, AUDIOTAPE CAS- 
SETTES, AUDIO COMPACT DISCS AND VIDEOTAPES 
(U.S. CLS. 21 AND 36). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1972; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1972. 



INDUSTRIAL 
SOFTWARE 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "INDUSTRIAL SOFTWARE", APART FROM THE 
MARK AS SHOWN. 

THE DRAWING IS LINED FOR THE COLOR BLUE. 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS AND COMPUTER 
READABLE MATERIAL FOR INDUSTRIAL PROCESS 
CONTROL APPLICATIONS, PARTICULARLY INCLUD- 
ING COMPUTER PROGRAMS AND COMPUTER READ- 
ABLE MATERIAL FOR THE FOOD PROCESSING IN- 
DUSTRY (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 6-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-1-1986. 



SN 626,701. DR.-ING. RUDOLF HELL GMBH, KIEL. FED 
REP GERMANY. FILED 10-24-1986. 



SN 590,022. CANRON INC., DBA CANRON INC. PLASTICS 
DIVISION, CITY DU HARVE, MONTREAL, QUEBEC 
CANADA. FILED 3-25-1986. 



SIZEMASTER 



OVER-DUCT 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC 44(D) ON CANADA 
APPLICATION NO. 552539, FILED 11-14-1985, REG. NO. 
332589, DATED 10-2-1987, EXPIRES 10-2-2002. 

FOR COMMUNICATIONS DUCT WITH ONE OR MORE 
CABLES PREINSTALLED THEREIN (U.S. CL. 21). 



OWNER OF FED REP GERMANY REG. NO. 1050517, 
DATED 7-5-1983, EXPIRES 7-28-1992. 

FOR APPARATUS FOR THE PRODUCTION, CORREC- 
TION, AND REDUCTION OF TRANSPARANCIES (U.S. 
CL. 26). 



SN 641,099. ELECTRO-VOICE, INCORPORATED, BU- 
CHANAN, MI. FILED 1-22-1987. 



SN 607,726. LOTUS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION. 
CAMBRIDGE, MA. FILED 7-3-1986 



N/DYM 



LOTUS TYPESCRIPT 



OWIMER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,305,739, 1,330,674 AND 
1,351.427. 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS AND PROGRAM MANU- 
ALS SOLD AS A UNIT (U.S. CL 38). 

HRST USE 6-16-1986; IN COMMERCE 6-16-1986. 



THE LINING FEATURES WHICH APPEAR WITHIN 
THE MARK ARE INHERENT ELEMENTS OF THE 
MARK AND ARE NOT INTENDED TO INDICATE 
COLOR. 

FOR MICROPHONE COMPONENTS, NAMELY, MAG- 
NETIC STRUCTURAL, INTEGRAL UNITS (U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 8-15-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-15-1986. 



SN 616,949. GOLD STAR CABLE CO., LTD., SEOUL, RE- 
PUBLIC OF KOREA, FILED 8-27-1986. 



SN 641,558. INTELLIGENT LIGHT, INC., FAIRLAWN, NJ. 
FILED 1-28-1987. 



ALUCLAD 



INTELLIGENT LIGHT 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON REPUB- 
LIC OF KOREA APPLICATION NO. 86-11850, FILED 
6-28-1986, REG. NO. 146403, DATED 10-19-1987, EXPIRES 
10-19-1997, 

FOR ELECTRIC CABLE AND WIRE (U.S. CL. 21). 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "INTELLIGENT", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 7-21-1984; IN COMMERCE 9-0-1984. 



APRIL 12, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM41 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



CXASS 9— (Continued). 



SN 642,608. T4G CREATIVE GROUP, S.A., BARCELONA, 
SPAIN, FILED 2-2-1987. 



SN 646,992. KURTZ & STEEL LIMITED, MISSISSAUGA, 
ONTARIO, CANADA, FILED 2-27-1987. 



T&G 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS AND INSTRUCTION 
MANUALS, ALL SOLD AS A UNIT FOR USE IN THE 
FINANCIAL FIELD (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 8-31-1984; IN COMMERCE 8-31-1984. 




SN 643,449. BORLAND INTERNATIONAL, INC., SCOTTS 
VALLEY, CA. FILED 2-6-1987. 



MACPLAN 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS AND INSTRUCTIONAL 
BOOKS AND MANUALS ALL SOLD THEREWITH (U.S. 
CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 12-17-1986; IN COMMERCE 12-17-1986. 



SN 643,539. KING TESTER CORPORATION, 
PRUSSIA, PA. FILED 2-9-1987. 



KING OF 



KING MASTER 



FOR METAL HARDNESS TESTING REFERENCE 
BLOCKS (U.S. CL. 26). 
FIRST USE 4-21-1986; IN COMMERCE 4-21-1986. 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON CANADA 
APPLICATION NO. 568793, FILED 9-8-1986, REG. NO. 
334563, DATED 11-27-1987, EXPIRES 11-27-2002. 

THE MARK CONSISTS OF THE LETTERS "KS" IN 
STYLIZED FORM 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR MAINTENANCE 
CONTROL OF INDUSTRIAL PLANTS, PULP AND 
PAPER MILL, PETRO-CHEMICAL PLANTS AND ELEC- 
TRICAL GENERATING PLANTS AND INSTRUCTIONAL 
MANUALS SOLD AS A UNIT (U.S. CL. 38). 



SN 649,037. GRIFFIN INDUSTRIES INTERNATIONAL 
INC., ROXTON POND, QUEBEC, CANADA, FILED 
3-12-1987. 



CROSS FLOW 



FOR SAFETY HELMETS (U.S. CL. 26). 
FIRST USE 8-0-1985; IN COMMERCE 8-0-1985. 



SN 649,374. EATEC CORPORATION, BERKELEY, CA. 
FILED 3-13-1987. 



MENUTEC 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR USE IN PLANNING 
MENUS FOR MEALS AND INSTRUCTION MANUALS 
THEREFOR, ALL SOLD AS A UNIT (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 3-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-1-1987. 



SN 646.561. ROOFWARE, INC., CEDAR RAPIDS, lA. 
FILED 2-26-1987. 



ROOFWARE 



SN 650,211. AMERICAN POLARIZERS, INC., READING, 
PA. FILED 3-19-1987. 



POLARMOTION 



FOR ELECTRICALLY POWERED WELDERS FOR 
WELDING THE SEAMS OF ROOFING MATERIALS AND 
ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY UNITS THEREFOR (U.S. 
CLS. 21 AND 34). 

FIRST USE 2-10-1986; IN COMMERCE 2-10-1986. 



FOR ANIMATION EQUIPMENT USED FOR VISUAL 
DISPLAY OF MOTION - NAMELY, OVERHEAD PROJEC- 
TOR, LIGHT SOURCE, SCREEN, POLARIZER AND 
TRANSPARENCIES (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 12-0-1971; IN COMMERCE 12-0-1971. 



TM42 

CLASS 9— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 9— (Continued). 



APRIL 12. 1988 



SN 651.920. HUTCHINSON TECHNOLOGY INCORPORAT- 
ED, HUTCHINSON, MN. FILED 3-30-1987. 



SN 654,121. INFRANOR S.A., COPPET, SWITZERLAND, 
FILED 4-9-1987. 



MAXDAMP 



FOR SUSPENSION ARMS COATED WITH ORGANIC 
POLYMER FOR COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (U.S. CLS. 
6, 16 AND 26). 

FIRST USE 1-23-1987; IN COMMERCE 1-23-1987. 



SN 652,487 COMPUTER ASSOCIATES INTERNATIONAL, 
INC., GARDEN CITY, NY FILED 3-31-1987. 



SOFTWARE SUPERIOR BY 
DESIGN 



CODINOR 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON SWIT- 
ZERLAND APPLICATION NO 6888, FILED 11-4-1986, 
REG. NO. 352917, DATED 11-4-1986, EXPIRES 11-4-2006 

FOR MACHINE CONTROL UNITS; SPEED DETECT- 
ING PROCESSING, CHECKING AND SETTING UNITS 
FOR USE WITH MOTORS AND MACHINES; ELECTRIC 
SWITCHES AND CODING UNITS; SPEED AND POSI- 
TION DETECTING TRANSDUCERS AND ENCODERS; 
LIMIT SWITCHES; ELECTRICAL PROGRAM UNITS FOR 
ANY MECHANICAL, HYDRAULIC, PNEUMATIC ELEC- 
TRICAL AND ELECTRONIC DEVICE (US CLS. 21 AND 
26). 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "SOFTWARE", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

SEC. 2(F). 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS RECORDED ON MAG- 
NETIC TAPES AND USER MANUALS SUPPLIED 
THEREWITH (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 0-0-1977; IN COMMERCE 0-0-1977. 



SN 655,292. MICRO-SONICS, INC., 
FILED 4-15-1987. 



INDIANAPOLIS, IN. 



PREVUE 



SN 653,056. FIRST GEAR INTERNATIONAL, SEATTLE, 
WA. FILED 3-31-1987. 



FIRST GEAR 



FOR CARRYING CASES FOR AUDIO CASSETTE 
TAPES AND COMPACT DISCS (U.S. CLS. 3 AND 26). 
FIRST USE 3-3-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-3-1987. 



FOR COMPUTERIZED SYSTEMS FOR ECHOCARDIO- 
GRAPHIC ONLINE IMAGE ACQUISITION, PROCESSING 
AND ANALYSIS COMPRISING COMPUTERS, COMPUT- 
ER PERIPHERALS, AND COMPUTER PROGRAMS (US 
CLS. 26 AND 38). 

FIRST USE 10-15-1985; IN COMMERCE 10-15-1985. 



SN 653,730. BORLAND INTERNATIONAL, INC., 
VALLEY, CA. FILED 4-3-1987. 



SCOTTS 



SN 655,404. TOPCO 
FILED 4-15-1987. 



ASSOCIATES, INC., SKOKIE, IL. 



TURBO TELECOM 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1.338,928, 1,351,486 AND 
OTHERS. 

NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "TELECOM", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS AND INSTRUCTIONAL 
BOOKS AND MANUALS SOLD (US CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 4-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 4-1-1987. 



VALU TIME 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 979,579, 989.285 AND 
OTHERS. 
FOR BLANK VIDEO CASSETTE TAPES (U.S. CL. 21). 
FIRST USE 2-20-1987; IN COMMERCE 2-20-1987. 



APRIL 12, 1988 U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 

CLASS 9— (Continued). CLASS 9— (Continued). 



TM43 



SN 655.843. AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH 
COMPANY, NEW YORK, NY. FILED 4-17-1987. 



SN 657,068. NORTH AMERICAN VACUUM COATING 
COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OH. FILED 4-24-1987. 




SPORTLIFE 



FOR SUNGLASSES WITH ONE OR MORE OF SPE- 
CIALTY COATINGS APPLIED TO THE LENS SURFACES 
(U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 10-14-1986; IN COMMERCE 10-21-1986. 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1,325,567. 1,387,297 AND 
OTHERS. 

THE MARK CONSISTS OF A GLOBE DESIGN. 

FOR ELECTRONIC KEY TELEPHONE SYSTEMS COM- 
PRISING CONTROL UNITS, TELEPHONE SETS, FEA- 
TURE CARTRIDGES, AND TELEPHONIC CONNECTING 
CORDS, LINES AND APPARATUS THEREFOR (U.S. CL. 
21). 

FIRST USE 4-25-1983; IN COMMERCE 4-25-1983. 



SN 656,321. EXCNET CORPORATION, 
FILED 4-20-1987. 



LA JOLLA, CA. 



SN 658,382. WATT WATCHER INC., THE, SANTA CLARA, 
CA. FILED 5-1-1987. 



DATAVISION 



FOR PRERECORDED VIDEOTAPES FOR USE IN BUSI- 
NESS (U.S. CL. 21). 
FIRST USE 12-7-1986; IN COMMERCE 12-17-1986. 



SN 656,571. WORMALD U.S., INC., 
4-21-1987. 



DALLAS, TX. FILED 



TALKTHRU 



FOR FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM COMPRISING FIRE 
EXTINGUISHING APPARATUS AND AN ALARM CON- 
TAINING A RECORDED MESSAGE TO GUIDE PEOPLE 
THROUGH A BUILDING (U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 11-12-1986; IN COMMERCE 3-18-1987. 




SN 656.584 BROADCAST VIDEO SYSTEMS LTD.. RICH- 
MOND HILL. ONTARIO. CANADA. FILED 4-21-1987. 



MASTERKEY 



FOR ELECTRONIC UNIT FOR USE IN TELEVISION 
BROADCASTING. WHICH ALLOWS THE INSERTION OF 
LETTERS. NUMBERS. OR IMAGES OVER A TELEVISED 
PICTURE WITH GREAT CLARITY AND PRECISELY DE- 
FINED EDGES (U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 2-27-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-28-1987. 



THE MARK COMPRISES THE REPRESENTATION OF 
A HAND THE FOREFINGER OF WHICH IS TOUCHING 
A BUTTON-SWITCH, ON THE LEFT OF WHICH IS THE 
REPRESENTATION OF A THUMB 

FOR UNITS FOR ELECTRONICALLY ACTIVATING 
ON/OFF CONTROLS (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 5-1-1985; IN COMMERCE 5-1-1985. 



TM44 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 



APRIL 12, 1988 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



SN 663,202. AMERICAN POLARIZERS, INC., READING. SN 668,774. TEGAL CORPORATION, NOVATO, CA. 
PA. FILED J-27-1987. FILED 6-26-1987. 



TEGAL 




OWNER OF US. REG. NO. 1,183,548. 

SEC. 2(F). 

FOR PLASMA REACTOR EQUIPMENT, NAMELY, GAS 
HANDLING UNITS, RF GENERATORS, ELECTRICAL 
POWER SUPPLIES, DIGITAL CONTROLLERS, AND CIR- 
CUIT BOARDS FOR CLEANING, ETCHING ANND 
TREATMENT APPLICATIONS (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26). 

FIRST USE 2-0-1976; IN COMMERCE 2-0-1976. 



SN 67a 188. MORTGAGEFLEX SYSTEMS, IRVINE, CA. 
HLED 7-6-1987. 



FOR VISUAL DISPLAY PRODUCTS AND EQUIPMENT, 
NAMELY ANIMATABLE TRANSPARENCIES, A FLUO- 
RESCENT LIGHT, MOTOR AND POLARIZER (U.S. CL. 
21). 

RRST USE 12-0-1971; IN COMMERCE 12-0-1971. 



MUtTGAGEFLEX 

SYSTEMS 



THE LINING SHOWN IN THE DRAWING IS A FEA- 
TURE OF THE MARK AND NOT INTENDED TO INDI- 
CATE COLOR. 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS RECORDED ON MAG- 
NETIC MEDIA (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 5-0-1984; IN COMMERCE 5-0-1984. 



SN 666,092. ROBINSON ASSOCIATES, THE, TIBURON, 
CA. RLED 5-4-1987. 



THE MARKETING 
MANAGER 



SN 670.586. O.S.I. CORPORATION, DBA OCULAR SCI- 
ENCES, INC., REDWOOD CITY, CA FILED 7-6-1987. 



EDGE II 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "MARKETING", APART FROM THE MARK AS 
SHOWN. 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS AND PROGRAM MANU- 
ALS ALL SOLD AS A UNIT FOR USE IN MARKETING 
PLANS AND MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS (U.S. CL. 
38). 

FIRST USE 2-6-1987; IN COMMERCE 3-13-1987. 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "11", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR CONTACT LENSES (U.S. CL. 26). 
FIRST USE 5-15-1987; IN COMMERCE 5-15-1987 



SN 672,188. RADIOLOGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS. 
INC., MARINA DEL REY, CA. FILED 7-15-1987. 



RADMAN 



SN 667,323 LGZ LANDIS ft GYR ZUO AG, ZUG, SWIT- 
ZERLAND. FILED 6-19-1987. 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 6-5-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-5-1987. 



MEMOGYR 



SN 672,992. SCHUELKE, JANE. SOUTHLAKE, TX. FILED 
7-20-1987. 



PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON SWIT- 
ZERLAND APPLICATION NO. 2635, FILED 4-23-1987, 
REG NO. 354283, DATED 4-23-1987, EXPIRES 4-23-2007. 

FOR ELECTRONIC DATA LOGGER FOR RECORDING 
OF MEASURING DATA AND OF INSTRUMENT PARAM- 
ETERS. PARTICULARLY FOR USE IN TELEMETRY (U.S. 
CL. 26). 



HERDWARE 



FOR DECORATIVE COVERS FOR HOME COMPUTERS 
(U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 7-8-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-8-1987. 



APRIL 12, 1988 



U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE 



TM45 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



CLASS 9— (Continued). 



SN 673.967, EXAL CORPORATION, DBA PALANTIR 
SOFTWARE, HOUSTON, TX. FILED 7-23-1987. 



SN 679,317. WORLD PRODUCTS. INC., SONOMA. CA. 
FILED 8-19-1987. 



WINLOOK 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS ON TAPE OR DISK 
DEALING WITH IMAGE DATABASES (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 6-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1987. 



SN 673,969. EXAL CORPORATION, DBA PALANTIR 
SOFTWARE, HOUSTON, TX. FILED 7-23-1987. 



WINFONTS 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS ON TAPE OR DISK 
DEALING WITH FONT EDITING (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 6-0-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-0-1987. 



liH^^ 



FOR PASSIVE AND ACTIVE COMPONENTS AND SUB- 
SYSTEMS FOR USE IN COMPUTERS, TELEPHONES, 
AND OTHER ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIP- 
MENT, NAMELY, DIODES, CAPACITORS, RELAYS, 
TRANSIENT VOLTAGE PROTECTORS, DISPLAYS AND 
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26). 

FIRST USE 9-1-1969; IN COMMERCE 9-1-1969. 



SN 676,202. ORACLE CORPORATION, BELMONT. CA. 
FILED 8-3-1987. 



SQL*REPORT 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 1.385.090. 1.454,049 AND 
OTHERS. 

FOR OPERATING COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR DATA 
BASE OUTPUT AND TEXT PROCESSING (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 8-1-1986; IN COMMERCE 8-1-1986. 



SN 679,318. WORLD PRODUCTS, INC., SONOMA, CA. 
FILED 8-19-1987. 




SN 677.211. TRUAX, INC.. WILMINGTON. DE. FILED 
8-7-1987. 



THE LEGAL CONSORTIUM 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "LEGAL", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 

FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS AND INSTRUCTIONAL 
MANUALS SOLD AS A UNIT FOR DATA MANAGE- 
MENT IN LEGAL OFFICES (U.S. CL. 38). 

FIRST USE 6-19-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-19-1987. 



FOR PASSIVE AND ACTIVE COMPONENTS AND SUB- 
SYSTEMS FOR USE IN COMPUTERS, TELEPHONES, 
AND OTHER ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIP- 
MENT, NAMELY, DIODES, CAPACITORS, RELAYS, 
TRANSIENT VOLTAGE PROTECTORS, DISPLAYS AND 
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS (U.S. CLS. 21 AND 26). 

FIRST USE 9-1-1969; IN COMMERCE 9-1-1969. 



SN 679,151. UNIVERSAL OPTICAL COMPANY, INC., DBA 
BETA OPTICAL COMPANY, INC., NORTH ATTLE- 
BORO, MA. FILED 8-18-1987. 



BETATECH 



FOR EYEGLASS FRAMES (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 11-0-1986; IN COMMERCE 11-0-1986. 



SN 679.857. PLAYTEX FAMILY PRODUCTS. INC.. STAM- 
FORD, CT. FILED 8-21-1987. 



ARGUS 



FOR RUBBER GLOVES FOR INDUSTRIAL USE (U.S. 
CLS. 26 AND 39). 

FIRST USE 8-10-1987; IN COMMERCE 8-10-1987. 



TM46 

CLASS 9— (Continued). 



OFFICIAL GAZETTE 

CLASS 9— (Continued). 



APRIL 12, 1988 



SN 679,998. QC OPTICS, INC., BURLINGTON, MA. FILED SN 683,322. ALFON INTERNATIONAL, HOHOKUS. NJ. 
8-24-1987 FILED 9-9-1987. 



API-llOO 



FOR ELECTRO OPTICAL AUTOMATIC INSPECTION 
UNrr (U.S. CL. 26). 
RRST USE 10-29-1986: IN COMMERCE 10-29-1986. 



MY FIRST CAMERA 



NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO 
USE "CAMERA", APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN. 
FOR CAMERAS (U.S. CL. 26). 
FIRST USE 9-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-1-1987. 



SN 680,247. TANDY CORPORATION, DBA RADIO 
SHACK, FORT WORTH, TX. FILED 8-24-1987. 



MOBILE ALERT 



SN 683,411. CANON KABUSHIKI KAISHA, TOKYO, 
JAPAN, FILED 9-10-1987. 



SEC. 2(F). 

FOR SECURITY ALARMS (U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 4-1-1979; IN COMMERCE 4-1-1979. 



SN 680,348. GATEWAYS RESEARCH INSTITUTE, INC., 
OJAI, CA nLED 8-24-1987. 



MIND TALK 



FOR SERIES OF PRERECORDED AUDIO TAPES (U.S. 
CL. 36). 
FIRST USE 12-30-1986; IN COMMERCE 12-30-1986. 



Canon 



or 



OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 844.063, 1,165,300 AND 
1,315,232. 

FOR DIGITAL DATA PROCESSORS FOR USE IN 
WRITING, EDITING, CALCULATING AND OFFICE 
COMMUNICATIONS (U.S. CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 6-25-1987; IN COMMERCE 6-25-1987. 



SN 681.344. NAD. INC., TA NORTH AMERICAN 
DRAGER, MONTGOMERY, PA. FILED 8-26-1987. 



CO-WRITER 



FOR RECORDER FOR ANESTHESIA SYSTEMS (U.S. 
CL. 26). 

FIRST USE 7-28-1987; IN COMMERCE 7-28-1987. 



SN 683,739. ANALYTICS, INC., BROOKFIELD, WI. FILED 
9-14-1987. 



ANASYS 



FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR USE IN BUSINESS 
APPLICATIONS (U.S. CL. 38). 
FIRST USE 8-24-1987; IN COMMERCE 9-1-1987. 



SN 682,203. TELULAR, INC., SKOKIE, IL. FILED 9-3-1987. 



CPTE-1 



SN 684,247. PYROMATICS, INC., WILLOUGHBY, OH. 
FILED 9-14-1987. 



FOR CELLULAR COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT, 
NAMELY CELLULAR RADIO TO STANDARD TELE- 
PHONE COUPLING INTERFACES AND FIXED CELLU- 
LAR SYSTEMS COMPRISED OF CELLULAR INTER- 
FACES, POWER SUPPLIES. BATTERIES. CELLULAR 
RADIO TRANSCEIVERS, CHARGING CIRCUITRY, CON- 
NECTORS, AND CABINETRY THEREFOR (U.S. CL. 21). 

FIRST USE 5-12-1987; IN COMME